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BioWings is now officially partner of FETFX. SHAPING THE FUTURE OF BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS FETFX is a developing cross-media communication platform which connects science, industry and society, in order to tell stories on Future and Emerging Technologies and engage directly with the general public across Europe and beyond. A very important achievement for the BioWings dissemination and communication activities The mission stands clear: letting the voice of FET resonate louder than ever and reach out

The BioWings bookmark is now available and ready for free download Because a bookmark is the reader's best friend!!! The bookmark is the reader's best friend. A useful tool, which keeps the traces of the path of each reader and keeps a timely memory. Why are we telling you this? Because all the readers need a simple and irreplaceable tool to facilitate their reading: the bookmark. The Project bookmark has been designed and printed to be

The FETFX team published "Voices from the Future". A booklet to celebrate the past 30 years of the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) programme and its future as Pathfinder for Advanced Research in the European Innovation Council (EIC). "For 30 years, the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) programme encouraged the European research and innovation community to establish and consolidate the most promising next-generation technologies of the future. The programme evolved and was a

Watch out for the new scientific publications on the RESULTS section. Links on:  https://www.biowings.eu/the-project/   Fracture strength and fatigue endurance in Gd-doped ceria thermal actuators. ABSTRACT We studied the stability of the mechanical properties and the fatigue endurance of Gd-doped ceria (CGO), which is a promising electromechanically active material for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). Specifically, the fracture strength and long-term operation of plate-type circular (2 mm diameter) thermal actuators made of ≈1.15 μm thick Ce0.95Gd0.05O1.975 (CGO5) were investigated. Excitation