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University of Amsterdam: Learn to build your high-tech company
In February 2017 UvA startup incubator ACE Venture Lab organizes a five day intensive training program for students, researchers and industry specialists who want to turn their science or high-tech idea into a successful company.
ETH Zurich: In a simple way to great complexity
ETH microbiologists have succeeded in showing that nature produces one of the most complex known bioactive natural products in a staggeringly simple way. The molecule originates from bacteria living in sea sponges. In future, it may be possible to produce the agent very easily using biotechnology, making it an interesting avenue for cancer research.
EUA event: Universities in the Energy Transition
The UNI-SET consortium and the European University Association have opened the Call for Contributions for the 4th UNI-SET Energy Clustering Event, hosted by Imperial College London (UK) on 27 and 28 March 2017.
New rector and leading team at the University of Pisa
Professor of Computer Science, Paolo Mancarella is the new rector of the University of Pisa until 2022.
Trinity joins League of European Research Universities (LERU)
Trinity’s LERU membership to influence EU research policy for benefit of Ireland
New £250m UK Dementia Research Institute to be led from UCL
UCL has been selected as the 'hub' of the new £250m UK Dementia Research Institute (UK DRI), to be led by Professor Bart De Strooper, current leader of the Laboratory for the Research of Neurodegenerative Diseases at the University of Leuven and scientific director at VIB (Vlaams Instituut voor Biotechnologie) in Belgium.
Three UvA researchers receive prestigious ERC Consolidator Grant
The European Research Council has awarded a prestigious Consolidator Grant to UvA researchers Ben Freivogel, Guy Geltner and Christa Testerink.
Inventor Dr John C Taylor OBE donates £2.5m for Cambridge Professorship of Innovation
One of the world’s most successful inventors – with over 400 patents to his name – best known for his bi-metal kettle controls used in two billion devices worldwide, is yet again turning his attention to philanthropy at his alma mater, the University of Cambridge
Endomag’s Sentimag and Sienna demonstrated non-inferior to standard of care for sentinel node detection
Multi-centre trial indicates potential for Endomag’s system to be used as a non-radioactive alternative for sentinel lymph node detection in early stage breast cancer
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University of Amsterdam: Learn to build your high-tech company

In February 2017 UvA startup incubator ACE Venture Lab organizes a five day intensive training program for students, researchers and industry specialists who want to turn their science or high-tech idea into a successful company.

ETH Zurich: In a simple way to great complexity

ETH microbiologists have succeeded in showing that nature produces one of the most complex known bioactive natural products in a staggeringly simple way. The molecule originates from bacteria living in sea sponges. In future, it may be possible to produce the agent very easily using biotechnology, making it an interesting avenue for cancer research.

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