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BioWings partners have gathered, last 9-10 th of May, in Rome (Italy) to discuss the latest advancements of the project and to plan the M12 project review meeting in Brussels (June 2019). The BioWings project meeting in Rome has successfully been concluded. It was an opportunity to share the current state of the BioWings project, evaluate the work accomplished during the first 11 months and plan the BioWings project review meeting

The exploitation of a European project: key activities and how to start Day One for #overflyBioWings   If we look for an official definition of the term “exploitation”, the Horizon 2020 program generally refers to “the utilization of results in further research activities other than those covered by the action concerned, or in developing, creating and marketing a product or process, or in creating and providing a service, or in standardization activities”[1]. However, both

Towards Si-compatible and biocompatible electromechanically active materials Weizmann for #overflyBioWings   Materials developing mechanical strain under external electric field are a backbone of a larger variety of modern technologies ranging from ultrasonic medical imaging to cellular phones. There are, however, very few electromechanically active materials that are compatible with Si-based microfabrication technologies and biocompatible. A few years ago, we have reported that Gd-doped ceria (GDC), a material commonly used in fuel cells, exhibits unexpectedly large

Nanoconfined oxides with promising electro-chemo-mechanical properties DTU for #overflyBioWings Functional oxide materials are of particular interest due to the fascinating physical properties, such as superconductivity, ferroelectricity, ferromagnetic, electronic, ionic and catalytic properties. Such richness arises from a strong interaction between the charge, orbital, spin, and lattice degrees of freedom and can be largely tailored via for example chemical modification and/or microstructure optimization. In particular, interfacing two different oxide-based materials results in broken

Master’s Thesis Awards: Congratulations to Valentina Vitali Valentina Vitali has been awarded LTHs Jubileumsstipendie for a particularly outstanding Master's Thesis conducted at the Department of Biomedical Engineering. The title of the thesis is “Method for selecting optimal operation frequencies in bulk acoustophoretic devices”. The award was handed over at the LTH graduation ceremony on December 7. Her work was supervised by Andreas Lenshof, partner of BioWings project for the Lund University. In the BioWings project, Lund University will mainly contribute by