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Eight projects approved for financing under the INNOVATION programme

On 15 March 1995, the European Commission, DG XIII, published a call for proposals for validation and technology transfer projects to be funded under the Community's specific programme for the dissemination and optimization of the results of RTD activities (the INNOVATION prog...
On 15 March 1995, the European Commission, DG XIII, published a call for proposals for validation and technology transfer projects to be funded under the Community's specific programme for the dissemination and optimization of the results of RTD activities (the INNOVATION programme) (OJ No C 64 of 15.3.1995, p. 20).

A total of 504 proposals were received in answer to this call and an initial eight projects have now been accepted for financing. These are as follows:

- Recombinant staphylokinase: Validation of the biotechnological process and production of a first lot of samples for clinical trials (Area: Life sciences and technologies, rural development);

- 350 KW electric grouping composed of a non-polluting industrial gas turbine, an alternator and a control panel (Area: Manufacturing technologies for the environment and energy industries);

- Software package implementing novel optimization strategies applied to high tech products (Area: Transport, motor car and aeronautical materials and equipment);

- Hygienic sludge management for agricultural utilization (Area: Life sciences and technologies, rural development);

- Laser via drilling system (Area: Manufacturing technologies for the environment and energy industries);

- Inter-regional plan for the valorization of sludges originated by wastewater treatment in the Saar-Lor-Lux Region using qualified compost (Area: Life sciences and technologies, rural development);

- A new generation of thermal sensors for introducing remote control techniques (Area: Manufacturing technologies for the environment and energy industries);

- Demonstration of economic and reliable manufacturing processes for multichip modules using innovative cofiring ceramics (Area: Information technologies, electronic communications).

Further projects are expected to be approved as the year progresses.

Source: European Commission, DG XIII
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