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New project aims to lay the foundations of a new information technology

PHENOMEN is a project coordinated by the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2). It is at the intersection of photonics, radio frequency signal processing and phononics and proposes to build the first practical optically-driven phonon sources and detectors.

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Digital platform for fashion shopping

Pure Inspiration, a spin-off of the Institute of Artificial Intelligence of the CSIC (IIIA-CSIC), has developed  WWWOWWW, a new cloth-shopping web app that gives suggestions and helps consumers in on-line shopping.

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Three CSIC’s ‘spin-off, awarded in the 5th edition of the “Fondo de Emprendedores”

Fuelium, Gnanomat and SiTerm are three of the projects awarded among 200 proposals applied to the Repsol’s “Fondo de Emprendedores”. The call is aimed at funding the most innovative company projects or ideas in the field of energy.

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A European project will develop the technology of autonomous sources of energy

A European project will develop the technology of autonomous sources of energy With 36 partners and almost 100 million euros of budget, the project EnSo, “Energy for Smart Objects”, is aimed at developing autonomous microenergy sources for small devices. The Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona (IMB-CNM) is the only Spanish research center involved in the project.

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Optical biosensors for fast determination of toxicity in water

Scientists at the CSIC’s Microelectronics Institute of Barcelona are working in the development of biosensors for a quick control of water toxicity. These biosensors, which are not restricted to individual pollutants in the sample, can detect the synergy of all of them and enable controlling the general toxicity of water.

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