Egyptian Mummies Come to Life with Maltese AI Scanner

Egyptian Mummies Come to Life with Maltese AI Scanner

By • on December 27, 2021

The Malta Today website reported that the University of Malta’s department of computer engineering is using AI to carry out 3-dimensional X-rays of Egyptian mummies. Using artificial intelligence techniques, the tool provides microtomography images of Egyptian mummies. Microtomography works just like a medical scanner, using synchrotron radiation

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Europe’s Science Spending Set for Another Big Boost

Europe’s Science Spending Set for Another Big Boost

By • on June 30, 2018

The Science Magazine website reported that the European Commission plans for one of the biggest single research programs on the planet. Called Horizon Europe, the program could be worth €97.6 billion. One of the main pillars of Horizon Europe is Open Innovation, which addresses an old problem: Europe’s

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Open Innovation: Research, Practices, and Policies

Open Innovation: Research, Practices, and Policies

By • on March 12, 2018

The California Management Review website posted an article which noted that open innovation is now a widely used concept in academia, business, and policy making. This article describes the state of open innovation at the intersection of research, practice, and policy. It discusses some key trends (e.g.,

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Partnering Europe Boon for Science and Innovation

Partnering Europe Boon for Science and Innovation

By • on July 31, 2016

The Korean Herald website reported that the European Union has upped its financial commitment to research and innovation funding through the Horizon 2020 program, the largest ever of its kind with 77 billion euros ($85.8 billion) invested between 2014 and 2020. In line with these objectives, the EU has

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Open Innovation, Open Science & Open To The World

Open Innovation, Open Science & Open To The World

By • on July 14, 2016

The HuffingtonPost website reported that open innovation is undoubtedly becoming more and more common. Indeed, a paper by Henry Chesborough from a few years ago suggested that nearly 80% of organizations were already dabbling with open innovation in some form or other. It is perhaps no surprise therefore

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