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AXIA – Identified as Key Innovator for MASTRO

Axia Innovation has been identified as a key innovator by the Innovation Radar of the European Commission for our work in the H2020 Mastro Project! Axia Innovation was in charge of the exploitation activities within MASTRO, an activity which resulted into obtaining deep “Knowledge related to the exploitation of self-responsive products” for our company! We

LEE-BED Updated Flyer

AXIA Innovation is collaborating with Teknologisk Institut under LEE-BED-H2020 project, developing the dissemination material for the Open Innovation Test Bed. Check out our new brochure and roll up here: https://lnkd.in/dpTJUG7LEE-BED Open call: https://lee-bed.eu/sign-up This project has received funding for the European Union H2020’s research and innovation program under the grant agreement number 814485.    

AGRICORE 30M Meeting

AXIA Innovation is participating online at the 30M consortium meeting of AGRICORE Project.AGRICORE Project targets to develop an agent-based modelling tool for improving the current capacity to model policies dealing with agriculture.AXIA Innovation in collaboration with EXELISIS is responsible for the tasks of dissemination, communication and exploitation providing visibility to the project and defining pathways for the individual and joint

Bionanopolys – AXIA presents in the Romanian stakeholder workshop

Axia Innovation has been invited by IMT Bucharest, the National Institute of Research and Development For Microtechnology, our Romanian partner in Bionanopolys OITB European project. This Romanian stakeholder open event will be held on the 5th of April at 11 am CET, in English and Raquel Moreno will present how to access the OITB services

ProFuture 30M GA Meeting

Innovation in food and feed! A new generation of proteins based on microalgae! This is the ProFuture Project!AXIA Innovation, part of the WP7 that deals with the assessment of the value chain, presented the progress of the work towards the development of a tool for the systematic overview of the new value chains based on

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