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Get funded! Haier seeking for partners to collaborate in novel technologies development

  • 28 November, 2017

Submit your proposal before January 15th, 2018 to partner with the world’s largest home appliance manufacturer and shape the future of home appliances Haier Group, the world’s largest home appliance manufacturer, is currently looking for partners and technologies to shape the future of home appliances. Through several calls for innovation posted on Innoget, the trusted open innovation network, Haier is actively looking for tec...

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Collection of University-industry Interfacing Experiences: Photondelta BV Knowledge and IP Sharing Model

  • 10 July, 2017

  PhotonDelta is a new initiative from the Technical University Eindhoven. Photonics has been acknowledged as a key technology for the future. As many of today’s chips require more and faster access to data, knowledge etc. The technology to deliver and meet these needs are lagging behind. The aim of PhotonDelta is to build a global “end-to-end ecosystem” of researchers, chip designers, foundries, corporates, investo...

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Most viewed posts of the week: 3rd July 2017

  • 03 July, 2017

   As every Monday morning the team heads out to work and takes a break to look back at the most viewed research, innovation and funding opportunities of the past week. Here they are in case you missed them:   First place is for the technology request posted by the world-leading Industrial Gases company on operation for over 75 year, the well-known Air Products. Under the title Seeking IoT Sys...

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The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) partners with Innoget in an international Robotics Challenge

  • 19 June, 2017

  Global innovators, scientists, researchers and entrepreneurs are invited to submit their proposals to the Robotics Challenge until August 18th, 2017    The Nobel Peace Prize-awarded International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) closed a collaboration agreement with Innoget, the trusted open innovation network, to accelerate the scouting of proposals for a Robotics Challenge through the online open innovation platfo...

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Most viewed posts of the week: 29th May 2017

  • 29 May, 2017

   As every Monday we are back to work taking a look back at past week's most viewed research, innovation and funding opportunities. Here they are in case you missed any of them:   The most viewed post of the week is the technology request submitted by the global leader in home appliances Electrolux, under the title Seeking for new washing technology using microwaves that would ease the stain remova...

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University of Burgos patents a smart tag to determine the quality of packaged fish

  • 25 May, 2017

  Polymers research group at University of Burgos (Spain) has developed a smart tag that permits knowing the grade of freshness of packaged fish through an easily noticeable by the human eye color-changing label.    The technology, already patented and available for commercialization at Innoget, the trusted open innovation, science and technology network, under the title Smart tag to determine the quality of pack...

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Climate-KIC supports 210,000 € open innovation competition to allow food production from wasted heat energy

  • 23 May, 2017

  The EU’s largest private partnership addressing climate change through innovation to build a zero carbon economy, Climate-KIC, posted on Monday 22nd, May 2017 a SEK 2,000,000 (210,000 €) open innovation competition on Innoget, the trusted global open innovation, science and technology network.   The Technology Call titled Seeking solutions to allow food production from wasted heat energy emitted from industry (Ur...

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Most viewed posts of the week: 22nd May 2017

  • 22 May, 2017

  Monday means it's time to take a look back at Innoget's most viewed research, innovation and funding opportunities of the week. Here they come in case you missed any of them:   Most viewed post of the week is the technology request posted by Air Products, titled Seeking IoT system for gas cylinder inventory management and telemetry, a $ 2M+ IoT related project looking for proposals.   ...

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GlobalhealthUSA to be looking for next blood pressure monitoring device in a five-figure project

  • 12 May, 2017

High blood pressure often occurs without any noticeable symptoms, which causes a significant number of people to live with this illness without any diagnosis. When untreated, high blood pressure or commonly known as hypertension can cause severe organ damage and could lead to the possibility of suffering a stroke and or a heart attack in the worst-case scenario.    Thus, experts recommend that people who have previously ...

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Imperial College London researchers develop CogniSense™, novel IoT device promising reduction of machine downtime

  • 11 May, 2017

While downtime is most often associated with equipment failures or breakdowns, it actually encompasses any unplanned event that causes a manufacturing or technological process to stop. For example, downtime can be triggered by material issues, a shortage of operators or unscheduled maintenance.    In order to provide better insights on how machines are running, how efficiently they are performing and exactly how to reduce pr...

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Air Products launches challenge seeking to apply IoT systems to manage gas cylinder inventory

  • 25 April, 2017

When it comes to industrial gases, Air Products is one of the first industry players it comes to mind. Its growth didn’t come from nowhere but a well planned corporate strategy, and so demonstrates its jump into IoT with both feed back in 2015 and its recent move to scout for IoT proposals to manage and telemetry gas cylinder inventory in a seven-figure project.    As the company claims in their technology call pos...

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Beiersdorf Expands Open Innovation

  • 21 April, 2017

  NIVEA manufacturer and the open innovation network Innoget start cooperation Greater visibility for Beiersdorf’s own open innovation platform TRUSTED NETWORK in industry and science community Focus on extended scouting of new technologies Hamburg, September 1, 2016 – Beiersdorf is dedicated to expanding its open innovation activities under the umbrella of PEARLFINDERS: In search of new tec...

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Science2Society Workshop: Towards the finishing line of the first year

  • 17 March, 2017

  The  3rd face-to-face -Meeting of the Science2Society project took place at Atos headquarter in Madrid from February 27 to March 1, 2017.   On the first day the consortium represented by about 40 participants focused on the 7 pilots, the core of the project, and the work carried out during the first project year. Each pilot leader presented their results gained so far explaining the objectives and goals, ...

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  • 08 February, 2017

  European Aim to Lead Innovation Science2Society starts to boost innovation efficiency across Europe   A consortium including 18 partners which are based in seven European countries (Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK) has begun work on a major project to improve innovation processes and their effectiveness in society. Titled ‘Science2Society’, the ECfunded project will assess the ...

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