25 September 2013, Wallingford, UK
NanoFATE Coordinator Claus SVENDSEN (NERC-CEH, UK) invites you to attend our Open Day (preceded by a 2-day OPEN PhD WORKSHOP - ask us about it!) On Wednesday 25 September in Wallingford (near Oxford, UK), Jason UNRINE (U. Kentucky) gives a US perspective on nano ecotoxicology. NanoFATE's own S. LOFTS & K. van GESTEL (CEH, VUA) deliver latest results on engineered nanoparticle bio-availability. Peter DOBSON (UOxf) tells of the future of nanoparticles. A. JOHNSON & R. WILLIAMS (CEH) show how NanoFATE aids integrated risk management. Please register or inquire via email@example.com
19-20 September 2013, Kientzheim, Alsace, France
International symposium on the international technology transfer of healthcare biotech applications and on technological, legal and other hurdles which can impede easy transfers. This two half-day event will focus on French and Japanese experiences.
Day 1 will showcase red biotech applications. Day 2 will address current problems and future orientations, with Japanese and French academics leading the discussion of developments in biotech clusters. For healthcare biotech companies and researchers, policy-makers, people interested in international technology transfer, etc. Free event, low-cost on-site accommodation and free airport transfers are available.
19-20 September 2013, Vienna, Austria
What is the role of Austria in European Green Corridor development? What new concepts and solutions are given on Co-Modality? How to get logistics greener in an economically feasible way? Current trends, innovations and highly recognized industrial solutions will be presented and discussed during the two day workshop in Vienna. The BESTFACT workshop is free of charge and provides the possibility to meet and discuss with key stakeholders from policy, shipping and transport industry, as well as researchers on how to enhance a greener and Co-Modal transport system.
19-20 September 2013, Seville, Spain
The 5th Annual International Workshop on Harnessing the Power of Patents Data will cover the relation between patents (and other Intellectual Property Rights) and Research & Development and Innovation (RDI) and the factors affecting such relations. Based on the abstracts received from the Open Call for Papers, it will focus on the institutional aspects of patent systems, the methodological aspects of collecting and analysing data and the research outputs of patent analysis.