Science|Business Special Report: From open science to open innovation: Introducing the ATTRACT initiative to stimulate innovation with Europe’s top labs
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* What is ATTRACT?
Chair Sergio Bertolucci explains a new initiative to co-create technologies between Europe’s top labs and industries
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* Memo to President Juncker: How ATTRACT can help
An open letter from the ATTRACT Advisory Board of industrial leaders to the EC president
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ATTRACT: 3 case studies in promising technologies * >
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An individualised cancer screening device
Marco Lazzarino is working on an imaging machine that could detect cancer in its earliest stages.
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Chronocam start-up aims to help machines see like humans
Christoph Posch, co-founder and CTO of Chronocam, discusses with Science|Business’ Daniel Echikson his company’s new sensor technology. Q. Could you explain the...
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Keeping safe from nuclear radiation
CERN researchers Marco Silari and Fabrizio Murtas are part of a team creating an Internet of sensors that could detect radiation and prevent dangerous human exposure
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* A crowd of eager geeks - sensor and imaging experts - gathered at ESADE Business School in Barcelona in June to swap ideas about potential ATTRACT technologies
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This special report is sponsored by ATTRACT, a European consortium pushing to co-create new sensor and imaging technologies - the Internet of Things.

The group – comprised of labs CERN, EMBL, XFEL, ILL and ESO, plus Aalto University, ESADE and EIRMA - is assembling a community of interested researchers, entrepreneurs and industrialists, with a unique strategy to encourage private co-investment with the EU. The aim: To stimulate industry, jobs and the economy as well as science.

> Read more about the ATTRACT initiative
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