We follow the principles of “Integrative Social Robotics,” a strictly value-oriented approach, and for this reason focus on the use of robots as facilitators of human social interactions, and not as replacements of human actors.
The innovative cell design is set to provide essential benefits to a broad range of research areas that rely on neutron studies of complex interfaces such as biological membrane science, antibiotic research and several topics in soft matter and polymer science. Specifically, within this project, two science cases will be addressed to validate the benefits of the novel sample environment.
Combined with insights into the social, environmental, economic and demographic context, our effort will yield a deep quantitative understanding of past pandemics that will allow us to draw a detailed picture of pandemic and epidemic diseases in the pre-modern era.
The NON-Fôr project aims to build upon the state-of-the-art knowledge from previous EU and National projects and develop improved practices in feed manufacturing technology to promote the use of third generation ingredients in critical life stages of Atlantic salmon - startfeeding, during smoltification and in post smolt production.
The DigiVet project will study how livestock data is currently used across the partner nations, and how technology, training, and regulatory frameworks might provide societal benefit by improving the public-interest uses of these data.