EpiDisease receives an investment of 535,000€ for the development of diagnostic tests with epigenetic markers. Arquimea and the Fundación Botín invest in diagnostic tests based on epigenetics which will accelerate the market launch of this technology and undertake trials in Spanish hospitals.
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Orbita.k is born, a call for proposals to promote R&D&I projects in Spain through collaborative private investment
Orbita k aims to contribute to the economic recovery of Spain, boosting it through the scientific and technological talent present in the Spanish research fabric.
COPYRIGHT: ONERA, the French Aerospace Lab A case study of Arquimea´s React technology THE PROJECT The current trends in the satellite market are turning into the use of smaller and more efficient platforms. This, together with the growing number of...
Starting this week, travellers from Madrid-Barajas, Malaga, and Seville airports will have a COVID 19 test service in their departure terminals
Starting this week, travellers from Madrid-Barajas, Malaga, and Seville airports will have a COVID 19 test service in their departure terminals. This service will permit taking PCR Tests and Rapid Antigen Tests to travellers and crews, who need to prove they underwent these tests during their journey.
ARQUIMEA has delivered the SAM robot, which analyzes the state of the disposal cells intended for the deep geological repository of nuclear waste of high activity, allowing allowing the monitoring of their evolution over time.
The first week of september took place the launch into orbit of the ESAIL microsatellite, a mission that is part of the group of projects promoted by ESA to improve the next generation of space services for the maritime sector. This mission is led by LuxSpace, an OHB Group company, in collaboration with other European organizations. Its goal is the control of navigation and the detection and tracking of ships throughout the Earth.
The development of the ESAIL satellite is part of the projects promoted by ESA to improve the next generation of space services for the maritime sector. The objectives will be the control of navigation and the detection and tracking of ships throughout the Earth. This mission is led by LuxSpace, one an of the OHB Group companyies, in collaboration with other European companies organizationsin the sector.