The aim of the project is to develop the heavy payload robot family. The new heavy payload robots will penetrate new market applications and introduce a full range family with the existing staubli robot family.
To deliver cotton varieties with improved tolerance to abiotic stress (mainly drought and salinity resistance), together with improved efficiency in cotton transformation, screening of a broad collection of wild cotton germplasms and transformation into novel gene constructs.
To develop a new concept of diet based on extruded linseed (rich in omega3) in order to fight the metabolic syndrome, also referred to as 'insulin resistance syndrome' and 'syndrome x'.
Synchronisation solution for the next generation asynchronous telecom transport networks. Support will be possible for an efficient transport legacy tmd-based (time division multiplexing) voice and data service, complying with qos (quality of services) requirements.
Development of a new product line, based on the pyrazolo-triazine motif, enhancing the sirna, aptamers and antisense activities as potential therapeutic tools.
Industry-driven cooperative r & d programme for maintaining european leadership in software-intensive systems (in which software represents a significant segment in system functionality, system development cost & risk, system dev. Time).
Innovative site security solution with localisation of people and objects simultaneously. Based on smart card, access control and surveillance elements integrated with an expert supervision system.
Evogene and biogemaa are engaging in a multiyear collaboration project to deliver corn varieties with improved tolerance to abiotic stress (mainly drought resistance) using gene constructs which have been demonstrated in other plants.
The proposed innovation is designed to critically reduce software production, maintenance and integration costs in areas with high business process variability levels, such as enterprise resource planning (erp).
To develop new products based on miniaturisation, autonomy, reliability, high speed and low energy, using micro and nanotechnologies by addressing heterogenous technologies for ambient intelligent vision. This cluster is the follow-up of eurimus ii and pidea+.