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Pregnant women are more prone to becoming infected with malaria than other adults. In their case, the parasite tends to hide in the placenta, unnoticed but damaging to the host and her unborn child. An EU-funded project has set out to improve the antenatal care as well as the malaria diagnosis and treatment available to expectant mothers in endemic areas. [read more]
EURIPIDES² and EUREKA experts will be present in a matchmaking event as part of the Smart City World Congress taking place in Barcelona November 17th to 19th. The aim of the event is to assist SMEs, start-ups, entrepreneurs, universities, research groups, corporations, institutions and cities in finding international partners for product development, manufacturing and licensing agreements, joint ventures or other types of partnership. [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
Today's most ambitious planetary and lunar exploratory missions pin their hopes on rovers to capture scientific data. Getting the rover to move around is complex and can rely among other technologies, on a harmonic drive. Crucial to positioning, this special gear is light in weight, compact and accurate. [read more]