Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe are more and more committed to funded research and innovation projects impact. This is a relevant challenge that promotes a wide range of activities such as the creation of technology intelligence systems or team-building meetings.
This is the case of HeatNMof Project, “Heating triggered drug release from nanometric inorganic – metal-organic framework composites”. A European training network for Early Stage Researchers – ESRs in the material science, advanced characterization and biomedicine areas of research. Specifically, the HeatNMof project seeks to train a new generation of scientists in nanomedicine and materials to exploit heat-triggered release for the delivery of anti-tumour drugs. The project focuses on one of the most promising classes of nanocomposite carriers, inorganic nanoparticles (iNPs) associated with nanoscaled metal-organic frameworks (nanoMOFs).
From May 19 to 17, 2021, the project holds the webinar “Orientation, collaboration and team-building”, where the Observatory for Technology Transfer (OVTT) of the University of Alicante participates with a specialised talk on technology intelligence potential for collaboration and innovation.
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