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Der feine Flüssigkeitsstrahl, den die Physikerin Rita Graceffa in einer Vakuumkammer justiert, kann Proben wie Viren, Zellen oder Bakterien liefern, so dass sie mit Röntgenlaserblitzen untersucht werden können.The fine liquid jet, which is being adjusted by physicist Rita Graceffa inside a vacuum chamber, delivers samples such as viruses, cells, or bacteria in such a way that they can easily be probed by the X-ray laser flashes of the European XFEL.

Open Call for Companies to Access Free Analytical Research

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Baltic TRAM offers companies free access to state-of-the-art analytical research facilities across the Baltic Sea Region, providing technical and scientific expertise to help solve challenges associated with developing new products or services. The project now accepts applications. Companies selected for support will receive scientific advice tailored to their specific business needs. More precisely, they will be provided with free measurements…

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Research and Business: Need for Concrete Actions

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On 9th November 2016 in Stockholm, the project BalticTRAM hosted the session Achieving knowledge-driven innovation and growth in the Baltic Sea Region. The discussions addressed research-industry collaboration in the Baltic Sea Region: how to unlock the innovation potential of the research infrastructures, how to strengthen links between science and concrete industry needs, how public and private sectors in the region…

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Timely Need to Intensify Scientific and Industrial Collaboration

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On 22nd September, Baltic Development Forum and Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY) organised a panel discussion “Northern European Excellence and Innovation Cluster” in Hamburg. The debate was initiated and hosted by the project BalticTRAM (Transnational Research Access in the Macroregion) and arranged in conjunction with the Fehmarnbelt Days 2016, a regional platform for the stakeholders from the emerging Fehmarnbelt Region and…

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BDF Organises Two Sessions at the Fehmarnbelt Days 2016

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Fehmarnbelt Days 2016 is a series of conferences, seminars and events in Hamburg 20-22 September, focusing on the cross border collaboration opportunities in the upcoming Fehmarnbelt Region which extends through North Germany – Denmark – South Sweden. More information and registration: www.fehmarnbeltdays.com BDF will organise two seminars on 22 September: Northern European Excellence and Innovation Cluster (Baltic TRAM) 9.00-10.30 Investments…

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Project kick-off for Baltic TRAM

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On 7-8 March in Zeuthen/Berlin, the international project Baltic TRAM (Transnational Research in the Macroregion) held it’s kick-off, marking the start of a wide range of activities to be implemented throughout the Baltic Sea Region over the next three years. The meeting gathered 16 project partners, associated organisations and guests from the region and beyond. Through good and constructive discussions,…

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BDF Enters Several New Projects in 2016

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The start of 2016 will mark the beginning of several new projects recently approved by the Interreg BSR Programme. Baltic Development Forum will be a partner to two of them, and an associated partner to another two. BSR Stars S3: Innovation flagship for the Baltic Sea Region BDF is partner in the project BSR Stars S3: “Stimulating smart specialization ecosystem…