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d'origine : Pays-BasOffre de technologie
mise à jour : 11 fév 2016
Dutch institute seeks research partners to investigate the effect of aging, conservation treatments and environment on the appearance and condition of objects of cultural heritage
Dutch applied research institute specializing in the conservation and preservation of so-called moveable cultural heritage would like to participate in European subsidized research and development projects, in particular in Horizon 2020. They seek research partners to investigate the effect of aging, conservation treatments and environment on the appearance and condition of objects of cultural heritage.
Type de partenariat : Research cooperation agreement
d'origine : EspagneOffre de technologie
mise à jour : 3 sep 2015
Secure, anonymous and transferable electronic ticket
A Catalan university research group has developed an electronic ticketing system that allows users, unlike other solutions, to transfer their tickets safely and anonymously without contacting the central system by placing their phones together. A cryptographic scheme guarantees the security of the service provider. A license agreement is offered to existing electronic ticketing companies or to other companies willing to develop a service that can be offered to those that issue electronic tickets
Type de partenariat : License agreement
d'origine : Pays-BasDemande de technologie
mise à jour : 18 aoû 2015
Dutch institute seeks clean energy solutions for historic buildings, neighborhoods and districts.
This Dutch institute specialized in the conservation and preservation of historic buildings is looking for potentional partners who have the experience and innovative capabilities to find solutions for alternative forms of energy production and increasing the energy efficiency of historic buildings, repurposed heritage buildings and museums.
Type de partenariat : Research Cooperation Agreement
d'origine : ItalieOffre de technologie
mise à jour : 30 déc 2014
Biotech production of enzymes in microorganisms
An Italian research Institute has developed a novel approach for production of friendly useful bioactive molecules in simple microorganisms. These enzymes have been successfully applied at restoration of wood, paper and fresco. Biotech technology is able to produce in the laboratory simple microorganisms as optimal producers of bioactive enzymes. Collaboration sought: technical cooperation and funds.
Type de partenariat : Technical cooperation agreement