Eureka projects

Orionsolar will be improving their 15cm x 15cm single cell design and assembly to give 7% efficient pv dye cell modules in fully scaled-up manufacturing processes. Solaronix will be scaling up their narrow strip monolithic module design to 30cm x 30cm and then 90cm x 60cm size with 6% efficiency.
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Develop an innovative chemical free leachate treatment facility by using a novel type of membranal electrolysis treatment technology, electro-flotation, and by remote monitoring and controlling of water quality. The aim is to locally treat landfill leachate to prevent environmental contamination.
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To produce an optical sensor that will determine the freshness of the packaged meat product. The m-fresh-sens sensor will represent a new product on the market that will significantly reduce the return flow of products just before the expiration date.
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To develop two sensors to be used in control systems of anaerobic bioreactors. An innovative approach using optical fibre based sensing systems will be developed for measurement of methane in biogas streams and volatile fatty acids from the bulk of anaerobic digesters.
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To develop a safe, minimally invasive, cost efficient and clinically tested treatment of cancer that stimulates the immune defence, gives improved cure rates and prolonged survival. ilt is much less traumatic than standard surgery and has low production and treatment cost.
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An in-pipe hydroelectric turbine operates in a special environment surrounded by water and is different from traditional hydro turbines. Here we investigate the best technology for the high head closed pipe waterworks in the italian alps and similar locations, build, and test units on site
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Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.