The main aim is to develop technical solutions for a small and medium-sized company's needs in order to satisfy existing demands on the joinery refurbishment market with sustainably sourced, wood-based products.
Develop a multi-parameter measurement system for in vitro diagnostic applications to handle assay concepts such as: nucleic acid hybridization/immunochemical assays in fully automated mode. System will work with microvolumes.
Flexible communication network in the field of industrial production systems integrated in company operations to develop competitiveness in mfg. Methods/design, mfg.Systems/ technology and organisation/human resource development.
Will support further development of abatement strategies within europe by providing an improved scientific basis for the quantification of source-receptor relationships for photo-oxidants and acidifying substances.
Creation of a platform to stimulate r & d and technology transfer for wood products and in the processing industries, in order to initiate projects emphasising the environmentally-friendly role of wood.
The main objective is to research the basis of, create a model and develop products for the systematic industrial product family for energy monitoring and control systems in buildings (emcb).
Development of assessment methods for complete buildings modified for each nordic country. These methods will be tested on office buildings with respect to current practice, traditions and building characteristics in nordic countries.
The intention is to develop machinery installations and arrangements which are technically advanced, environmentally friendly and cost-effective and furthermore, jointly develop components and systems with partners.
Microsystems initiative to accelerate the growth and increase the market share of european industries in innovative products and systems that use key components based on micro-technologies, materials, tools and equipment.
The focus will be on both on eco-design and end-of-life management, particularly because of the legislative impact of the european commission's new directive (dg xi), which will probably come into force in 2003.