Meet the 2015 nominees!
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
New products, salvaged from leftovers of the pulp and paper industry
Ecohelix, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Elegant glass-steel beams
TVT, University of Pisa
Emergency-response drones
DEA Drones, ESADE Business School
More biofuel, using less land
GlobalYeast, KU Leuven
A smoke detector for farmers
FungiAlert, Imperial College London
Moving clinical trials data to the cloud
ITTM (Information Technology for Translational Medicine), University of Luxembourg
A new approach to treating cancer
PEP-Therapy, Pierre and Marie Curie University (UPMC)
An advanced test for heart disease
Biosfer Teslab, Rovira i Virgili University and the Pere Virgili Institute for Health Research
Foam and pellets to help repair bones
Subtilis, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC Barcelona, Spain)
Extracting stem cells from donated tissue
Stem Sel, University of Bologna
Faster communication with the heavens
IngeniArs, University of Pisa
The third dimension, with the press of a button
3yourmind, Technical University of Berlin
A virtual to-do list, helping builders avoid broken promises
Sablono, Technical University of Berlin
This app could lead to cheaper car insurance
Motion-S, University of Luxembourg
2015 Winner
Seram Coatings scoops ACES spin-out prize
The company claims it is the first in the world to have developed an anti-corrosion and wear-resistant coating based on silicon carbide, one of the world´s hardest compounds. It beat three other finalists in the 7th annual ACES competition today in Barcelona
2015 Finalists
Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC)
Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC)
Neosense Technologies
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
Seram Coatings AS