Research and Innovation Staff Exchange on the development of underwater archaeological technologies

H2020-MSCA-RISE-2019: Research and Innovation Staff Exchange on the development of underwater archaeological technologies
Summary:
An Italian university lab on cultural heritage together with other R&D centres and SMEs from Italy and Spain are preparing a proposal for the call MSCA-RISE-2019 to work on the development of technologies and easy to use solutions for underwater archaeological sites that can be derived by smart, hi-tech adaptations of subaerial solutions. Expected partners are universities, R&D centres and SMEs that are either experienced in the topic or interested in a “dual” use of existing technologies.
Reference: RDIT20181116001
Country: Italy
Submitted: Nov 16 2018
Updated: Nov 22 2018

KEYWORDS
Market: Machine tools, other metal working equipment (excl. numeric control), Other analytical and scientific instrumentation , Other chemicals and materials (not elsewhere classified) , Robotics
Technology: 3D printing, Automation, Robotics Control Systems , Colours and varnish , Machining (turning, drilling, moulding, planing, cutting) , Micro- and Nanotechnology related to marine resources
NACE: Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering, Research and experimental development on social sciences and humanities , Tertiary education

H2020 LC-RUR-11-2019-2020: sustainable wood value chains: seeking cluster, industrial and R&D partners

Summary:
A cluster of innovative SMEs, based in southern Italy, and a large university, working on sustainable Mediterranean buildings, are preparing a proposal for the call H2020 LC-RUR-11-2019-2020 to develop and test new technologies and environmentally friendly solutions using wood-based materials in (re)-construction and modernization of buildings. They look for other clusters and industrial/R&D partners to integrate complementary technologies and extend socio-economic / geographical coverage.

Reference: RDIT20181113001
Country: Italy

KEYWORDS
Market: Construction companies, Distribution of building products and systems , Engineering and consulting services related to construction , Manufacture of construction materials, components and systems
Technology: Construction engineering (design, simulation), Construction methods and equipment , Fire Resistance/Safety , Management of construction process & life , Materials, components and systems for construction
NACE: Construction of residential and non-residential buildings, Development of building projects , Other building completion and finishing , Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering , Research and experimental development on social sciences and humanities

French SME specialized in rapid detection of enzyme activities is looking for academia, industrial and end user partners to submit a project under H2020-CE-BIOTEC-05 call on environmentally friendly solutions for managing plastic mixture waste


Summary:
A French SME developing fluorogenic reagents for rapid detection of enzyme activities is looking for partners for a project under CE-BIOTEC-05 call “microorganism communities for plastic bio-degradation”. The objective is to develop environmentally friendly solutions for managing the waste of plastics mixtures thanks to microorganisms. The French SME and their academic background organisation are looking for academia, industrial, end user (waste valorization) partners to complete the consortium
Reference: RDFR20181120001
Country: France

KEYWORDS
Market: Chemical and solid material recycling, Other pollution and recycling related , Processes for working with plastics
Technology: Cellular and Molecular Biology, Enzyme Technology , Genetic Engineering , Molecular design , Protein Engineering
NACE: Research and experimental development on biotechnology

URGENT – MSCA-ITN-2018: Innovative Training Networks – Industry or government partners sought with expertise in geoinformatics (GIS), remote sensing, hydrological modelling and land cover changes


Summary:
A UK university is seeking companies or government organisations to join their Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network bid to explore strategies for understanding intermittent rivers under multiple stressors. The partner would contribute in expertise, and this being geoinformatics (GIS), remote sensing, hydrological modelling and land cover changes. Ideally a partner that uses GIS extensively and works in environmental monitoring. Collaboration under research cooperation agreement.
Reference: RDUK20181121001
Country: United Kingdom

KEYWORDS
Market: Other analytical and scientific instrumentation, Other Consumer Related (not elsewhere classified)
Technology: Hydrology, Measurement and Detection of Pollution , Remote sensing technology , Sensor Technology related to measurements , Water Resources Management