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 A-MANSIA biotech lève 21 millions d'euros

 A-MANSIA biotech lève 21 millions d'euros | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

La société A-Mansia devrait lancer d'ici deux ou trois ans une gamme de compléments nutritionnels, en vue de réduire les risques métaboliques liés à l'obésité ou au diabète de type 2. " Nos compléments permettent de limiter le taux de cholestérol ou le taux de sucre. Ce sont des adjuvants solides à la prise en charge de l'obésité ", commente le professeur Patrice Cani (UCL), l'un des fondateurs d'A-Mansia.


Cette somme devrait permettre à l’entreprise de préparer la mise sur le marché de ses premiers compléments alimentaires pour fin 2020-début 2021. 

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Call for Entries _ Artificial Intelligence Challenge 2018 

Call for Entries _ Artificial Intelligence Challenge 2018  | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

With a unique innovation ecosystem that is 8,000 start-ups, 1,300 research laboratories and 162,000 researchers strong, Paris Region intends to play a major role in the development of new technologies based on artificial intelligence.


The initiative of this unique and exceptional challenge is part of this ambition: by targeting companies in the Paris Region and those wishing to set up on its territory, Paris Region wants to promote the digital performance of its economic stakeholders, consolidate its excellence on an international scale and its position as Europe’s leading AI hub.

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The Paris Region AI Challenge 2018 is open to startups in Belgium  that offer solutions based on Artificial Intelligence and aimed at the international market.


To take part in this challenge, you must meet the eligibility requirements that can be found in the official rules.


Full eligibility criteria, rules and competition information are available on the website  http://www.aichallenge.parisregion.eu/

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ISBA 2018 – “ENTREPRENEURSHIP 4.0” NEW DIMENSIONS… HERE WE COME!!

ISBA 2018 – “ENTREPRENEURSHIP 4.0” NEW DIMENSIONS… HERE WE COME!! | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

As India’s entrepreneurial movement witnesses a gradual and organic shift from being a services oriented on to a product oriented one, several challenges arise in being able to successfully develop technologies that can reach and address needs of target markets within reasonable time frames. Creating efficient and cost effective solutions during the various stages of idea to market would be a key requirement to ensure greater success in commercializing new and innovative technologies.

 

The session aims to throw light on some of the recent experiences and success stories from which lessons can be drawn and further to deliberate on the possible steps and measures that can be taken to overcome challenges that typically arise especially in the backdrop of meagre resources available for enabling the commercialization of technologies.

 

The challenges are enormous and risks very high, and hence a pressing need to provide the right and fertile environment to support the new generation of entrepreneurs and startups.
ISBA 2018, would bring together enablers and stakeholders of the entrepreneurial eco-system to discuss, deliberate and share thoughts to throw more insights on what needs to be done to energise and sustain Entrepreneurship 4.0 with a specific focus on Incubation.


ISBA events with first being held in 2007, have been hosted in several different cities with the basic objective being to promote, incubation in and around these regions. These events over the years have attracted incubators and experts from several foreign countries. It presents an opportunity to showcase the achievements and capabilities of Indian technology incubation to the outside world.

 

 

 

 

 

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OWIN is pleased to inform you that we will take part in ISBA 2018 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 4.0” NEW DIMENSIONS Conference to be held on February 26-28 in Goa, India.

 

As India’s entrepreneurial eco-system matures, new areas of opportunity are emerging, something that is not lost amongst the current crop of entrepreneurs and startups. Entrepreneurship 4.0 is all about the new wave of startups, changed innovation practices, new business models / processes, leveraging emerging technologies and enabling policies.

 

Open Worldwide Innovation Network, Inc. (OWIN) is an open innovation platform which acts as a catalyst for its members to innovate at a global scale. OWIN serves as a virtual business incubator and a clearinghouse for members to exchange their worldwide needs and resources.

 

OWIN is officially launched in July, 2013 at Beijing, China by three chartered cofounders: 1) Texas A&M Technology Commercialization, The Texas A&M University System (Texas, USA); 2) Wallonia Foreign Trade and Investment Agency (Brussels, Belgium); 3) Coway Company, Ltd., Tsinghua University (Beijing, China).

 

A big thank you Joachim for this incredible input and for representing OWIN at this occasion!

 

See you there!

 

 

 

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Vésale Pharma crée une filiale de recherches au Texas !

Vésale Pharma crée une filiale de recherches au Texas ! | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

La création de cette filiale texane s'inscrit dans le cadre du partenariat tissé depuis 2006 entre Texas A&M et l'Agence wallonne à l'exportation et aux investissements étrangers (Awex). L'Awex et Texas A&M ont ainsi créé OWIN , un réseau mondial d'innovation ouverte qui compte parmi ses membres un incubateur texan au sein duquel sera logée la filiale de recherches de Vésale Pharma. Un autre membre d'OWIN, le cabinet d'avocats Michael Best, soutient la filiale pour les aspects juridiques et légaux de son implantation au Texas.

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Bravo à tous les membres du réseau Open Worldwide Innovation Network !

 

Congratulations to all members of the Open WorldWide Innovation Network!

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Texas Technology Mission!

Texas Technology Mission! | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

OWIN is pleased to announce its 9th technology mission to Texas  from 18th to 20th of October !

Our Texas members Brett Cornwell Director of the TTC - http://techtransfer.tamu.edu/, Chuck Martinez from the RVP - researchvalley.org , Michael Best - michaelbest.com  and the team will be happy to welcome you!

Don't hesitate to take contact ahaulet@gmail.com for more information!

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Innovation Leaders, Creative people, Entrepreneurs!

Technology and Innovation are 2 major ingredients of the OWIN mission to Texas starting October 18th!

Interested to join, send your request to ahaulet@gmail.com!

See you there!

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WSL: feu vert pour Atom-IT _IOT,  you are welcome!

WSL: feu vert pour Atom-IT _IOT,  you are welcome! | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
Au-delà d’un rythme de croisière confirmé en termes d’accompagnement de jeunes pousses, l’incubateur WSL continue de faire évoluer son catalogue d’activités. Le living lab devrait bientôt prendre son indépendance tandis qu’un nouveau gros dossier, dédié Internet des Objets, voit le jour.
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Two Texas A&M Faculty-Members Receive Innovation Awards | Texas A&M Today

Two Texas A&M Faculty-Members Receive Innovation Awards | Texas A&M Today | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
Dr. Joshua Yuan (left) and Dr. Greg Sword (right) received an Innovation Award from Texas A&M Technology Commercialization (TTC) during an awards lunch
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East Invest Workshop by AWEX on April 20th in Brussels! Come and join us!

East Invest Workshop by AWEX on April 20th in Brussels! Come and join us! | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

Walloon Export and Investment Agency ( AWEX) is pleased to host a delegation of Georgian and Ukrainian ICT companies on April 20th  in Brussels.

 

This B2B event is a part of the 3 day long series of business activities organized within the framework of the European East Invest Project.

 

East Invest is a regional investment and trade facilitation project for the economic development of the Eastern Neighbourhood region, launched in the framework of the European Eastern Partnership initiative.

 

Limited number of places is available! Pre-registration is required and so please book by sending an email to Aurélie Cardon at a.cardon@awex.be !

 

For more information on the workshop’s theme please go to the website http://www.awex-export.be/fr/agenda/ict-roadshow-georgie-et-ukraine-20-avril-a-l-awex-1

 

Look forward to welcoming you!

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This is a free of charge event!  Sign up now as we only have a limited number of places!

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Top 10 startup ecosystems in the world 2016

Top 10 startup ecosystems in the world 2016 | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
Last year was the first time SparkLabs revealed our rankings for the top 10 startup ecosystems in the world here on VentureBeat. Now I’m excited to present our update for 2016.
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Texas A&M research discovers mechanism that causes cancer cells to escape from immune system, form tumors

Texas A&M research discovers mechanism that causes cancer cells to escape from immune system, form tumors | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
Researchers at the Texas A&M Health Science Center found that when cancer cells are able to block the function of a gene called NLRC5, they are able to evade the immune system an
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Texas A&M ,  Coway International TechTrans and Awex are founders of Open WorlWide Innovation Network!

 

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Logos affected by their products by Marco Schembri

Logos affected by their products by Marco Schembri | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
A blog about Advertising, Goodvertising, Architecture, Art, Graphics, Design, Movies, Music, Photography and Fashion
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Les 10 technos qui vont vraiment changer nos vies (et pourquoi)… selon l’OCDE 

Les 10 technos qui vont vraiment changer nos vies (et pourquoi)… selon l’OCDE  | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

L’OCDE innove dans son nouveau rapport Science, technologie et innovation : perspective 2016. Outre l’étude des politiques d’aide à l’innovation de ses États membres, les analystes ont étudié les études prospectives sur les technologies clés des différents pays pour en extraire 10 qui, selon eux, vont changer nos vies. La liste est sans surprise, mais les auteurs ont mis en perspective ces technologies vis-à-vis des grands enjeux, santé, environnement, vieillissement… de nos sociétés.


Tour d’horizon de l’impact de ces 10 technos clés qui vont changer nos vies.


1 - Analytique de données massives ou big data.

Pour l’OCDE, les implications socio-économiques de ces technologies seront considérables (donc impossibles à évaluer), mais vont obliger les politiques à trouver l’équilibre entre la nécessité d’ouverture et la protection contre les menaces qu’une « mise en données » extrême de la vie sociale pourrait faire peser sur la vie privée, la sécurité, l’équité et l’intégrité.


2 - La biologie de synthèse :

Ce nouveau champ de recherche s’appuie sur des principes d’ingénierie pour manipuler l’ADN des organismes pour la conception et la construction de nouveaux éléments biologiques et la réingénierie de systèmes biologiques naturels à des fins utiles. La biologie de synthèse promet des bénéfices socio-économiques substantiels dans plusieurs secteurs clés comme l’énergie (par exemple carburant à relativement bas coût pour les transports), les médicaments (par exemple développement de vaccins), l’agriculture (par exemple plantes modifiées) ou les produits chimiques.


3 - La chaîne de blocs (ou blockchain) :

Cette technologie de base de données distribuée fonctionne comme un registre public ouvert, commun et digne de confiance, que personne ne peut falsifier et que tout le monde peut inspecter. Rien qu’en remplaçant les infrastructures bancaires, la blockchain pourrait réduire de 20 milliards de dollars par an à l’échelle mondiale les coûts associés aux paiements transfrontières, aux transactions sur titres et au respect des dispositions réglementaires.

Or la blockchain pourrait être appliquée dans l’industrie pour la traçabilité et dans l’économie collaborative, pour sécuriser tous les échanges y compris ceux mettant en œuvre des objets connectés.


4 - Fabrication additive :

 L’ajout progressif de matière pour qu’un produit prenne forme constitue une approche sans précédent de la fabrication, qui appelle de nouveaux modèles d’activité et suppose des changements substantiels dans les industries existantes, prévient l’OCDE.

 Les ventes de systèmes et services de fabrication additive se chiffreront à 21 milliards de dollars en 2020 (MarketsandMarkets). Cette technologie tirerait l’innovation dans l’ingénierie mécanique, l’automobile, la défense et l’industrie spatiale mais aussi dans les domaines de la santé, des médicaments et de la biotechnologie.


5 - L’intelligence artificielle.

Les systèmes intelligents, et autres robots, seront à l’origine de gains de productivité considérables et de transformations irréversibles de nos sociétés, en entraînant un phénomène massif de « destruction créatrice », avance le rapport de l’OCDE. Si le taux de remplacement de la main-d’œuvre par l’IA fait toujours débat (associées, les technologies numériques pourraient détruire un emploi sur 10 selon le rapport), il est inévitable que le développement des systèmes intelligents permettra d’automatiser une partie du travail intellectuel.


6 - Internet des objets :

Le nombre d’objets connectés passerait d’un milliard en 2016 à 14 milliards en 2022. Et en 2030, huit milliards de personnes et peut-être 25 milliards d’appareils « intelligents » actifs seront interconnectés et s’enchevêtreront dans un seul et même vaste réseau d’informations. Cette société hyperconnectée aurait un impact économique compris entre 2 700 milliards et 6 200 milliards de dollars par an d’ici 2025 (source MGI, 2013).


7 - Nanomatériaux :

Le marché des nanomatériaux était déjà estimé à environ 20 milliards d’euros en 2014. Malgré les incertitudes concernant leur toxicité, ils sont exploités pour leurs propriétés optiques, magnétiques et électriques uniques, qui pourront servir notamment pour améliorer les diagnostics de santé.


8 - Nano/microsatellites :

En 2014, 158 nano- et microsatellites ont été lancés, soit une hausse de 72 % par rapport à l’année précédente. D’ici à 2020, plus de 2 000 nano- et microsatellites seront lancés à travers le monde l’utilisation pour des applications à la fois civiles au service de l'environnement (recherche, observation des terres et océans) et de défense.


9 - Neurotechnologies :

Les neurotechnologies (optogénétique, neuromodulation, interfaces cerveau-machine, nanorobots…) sont riches de promesses pour de nouvelles thérapies et pour l’augmentation de l’homme.


10 - Technologies avancées de stockage de l’énergie :

Si des innovations radicales sont nécessaires dans ce domaine pour optimiser les performances des systèmes énergétiques et faciliter l’intégration des sources d’énergie renouvelables, elles sont indispensables à la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique et à la transition énergétique.


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Les probiotiques de Vésale Pharma bientôt dans les officines américaines

Les probiotiques de Vésale Pharma bientôt dans les officines américaines | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
La PME wallonne a créé une coentreprise outre-Atlantique pour y distribuer ses produits. Un exemple de la pertinence du partenariat lancé il y a dix ans entre l’Awex et l’université Texas A&M.
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Call for Interest! Healthcare for Health care opportunities in China on April 16-17, 2018. Interested? 

Call for Interest! Healthcare for Health care opportunities in China on April 16-17, 2018. Interested?  | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

"China has made vast improvements in health care over the past five decades. The country already has about 102 million elderly (those ages 65 and over), or over one-fifth of the world's elderly population. And the percentage of elderly in China is projected to triple from 8 percent to 24 percent between 2006 and 2050, to a total number of 322 million.

 

Long-term care for the elderly will become increasingly less feasible in coming decades when parents of the first generation of the one-child policy start reaching old age and retiring. These singletons will face the need to care for two parents and often four grandparents without siblings with whom to share the responsibility, a problem sometimes referred to in China as the "4-2-1 problem."

 

Telemedicine is getting ready to be a huge platform in China. There are great probabilities that in the near future telemedicine could provide Chinese families with the ability to get basic primary care services. A last and noteworthy reflection regarding the macroeconomic effects driven by changes in the healthcare system should be done. China has one of the highest savings rates in the world – about 50% – largely because families fear catastrophic healthcare costs. Here hence, a well-functioning healthcare system might be helpful to rebalance Chinese economy and to shift from an export- and investment-driven model to one supported by domestic consumption.

 

China’s healthcare system could emerge with some really innovative and disruptive ideas. “ Interested to be a part of it ?

 

 

 

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The event “CR Run Accelerator Summit” in Shenzhen on April 16-17th 2018 will bring together some of the Chinese, European, American, and Australian players in the ongoing revolution of the personalized and digital healthcare in China.

 

If your company is active in Electronic Health Record (HER), Sensors and monitoring, Wearables and bio-sensing, Telemedicine, Clinical decision support, Health management, Consumer health informatics, M-health and E-prescribing, then you should consider visiting Shenzen in April !

 

The challenge is part of the OWIN and its local member (Coway International TechTrans Co., Ltd) initiative.  OWIN is an open innovation platform and a virtual business incubator which acts as a catalyst for its members to innovate at a global scale and exchange their worldwide needs and resources.

 

A BIG thank you to China Resources (Holdings) Co., Ltd. (“CR”)! Without this team, the Summit would not have been possible!!!

 

In addition, thank you to all members of the network who helped with the wide range of aspects!

 

Please follow the link and download your Registration Guide here http://coway.com.cn/owinreg2 .

 

Look forward to meeting you in Shenzhen ;))

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November 2017 - State Visit - Seminar on Personalized Healthcare | Wallonia in India_Some pics;)

November 2017 - State Visit - Seminar on Personalized Healthcare | Wallonia in India_Some pics;) | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
Seminar on “Personalized Healthcare for All”


In the framework of the State Visit of Their Majesties, the King and the Queen of the Belgians, the Wallonia Trade & Investment Agency at the Embassy of Belgium in New Delhi organised a seminar on “Personalized Healthcare for all” at the Jahangir Hall, Hotel Taj Diplomatic Enclave (previously Hotel Taj Palace), New Delhi, on Tuesday, 07 November 2017 at 03:00 pm. The event was organised in association with The Indus Entrepreneurs (TIE), Flanders Investment & Trade (FIT) & Brussels Invest & Export (BIE).

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"Personalized Healthcare for All" in New Delhi on Nov7th 2017

"Personalized Healthcare for All" in New Delhi on Nov7th 2017 | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

 

E-patient and innovation: Digital technology is causing a real big bang in the e-health, the consequences of which are far from being measured, but which are expected to be immense. What companies, large and small, will be first to capitalize on this opportunity? Not only do new technologies become an essential tool for more effective care, they allow us to explore unknown territories. Come and compare the best practices in personalized healthcare between Belgium and India! Join some 100 health professionals who confirmed their presence!

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At the occasion of the State Visit to India by King Philippe and Queen Mathilde from Belgium, Wallonia Export and

Investment Agency (AWEX) in collaboration with Flanders Invest and Export Agency, Brussels Invest and Export Agency and its renowned partners in India (FITT, TiE New Delhi) ) will be holding an event called “Personalized healthcare for All ” in New Delhi on November 7th, 2017. By invitation only, pls send your request to i.jurisic@awex.be ! See you!

 

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Groundbreaking Of New TTI Headquarters - WTAW

Groundbreaking Of New TTI Headquarters - WTAW | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
News release courtesy of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute: Gathering near the future site of the new Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) Headquarters Building, about 200 TTI employees and local, state and A&M System dignitaries were among those who celebrated the beginning of construction of the new TTI headquarters at the newly developed Texas A&M …
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Partners to AWEX and founders of OWIN! Congratulations!

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The 7 Best Student Countries In Europe For Founding Your Startup

The 7 Best Student Countries In Europe For Founding Your Startup | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
These countries do not only have the most students in Europe, they are also incredible locations for founding your first startup. Here are a few of them.
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Startup company develops noninvasive device to monitor fetal brain oxygenation levels | 01 | 05 | 2017 | News | Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station

Startup company develops noninvasive device to monitor fetal brain oxygenation levels | 01 | 05 | 2017 | News | Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

The monitoring system that Noninvasix has developed uses a small fetal probe that uses pulse laser light to excite hemoglobin, a protein in the blood that carries oxygen, and sends back a pressure wave that will be detected by a sensitive microphone (ultra sound transducer). Not only will the device be able to provide accurate, real-time monitoring of the baby’s oxygenation levels, but it could also reduce the risk of neurological impairments like cerebral palsy and unnecessary C-sections.   ick here to edit the content

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Biopharma Innovation  Summer Camp_June 18-23 2017 Call for entries !

Biopharma Innovation  Summer Camp_June 18-23 2017 Call for entries ! | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
Fostering Innovation: Combining bright young talent with proven industry experience
The Biopharma Innovation Cup brings together a promising new generation of talents in a meeting of the minds with senior management, active researchers and accomplished retirees of our biopharmaceuticals division. 
 
Process details:
 
The Cup 2017 will take place near Frankfurt, Germany (June 18-23, 2017).
 
Travel, accommodation and food expenses will be paid by Merck.
Invited for application are post-graduate students in the life sciences field on their way towards a PhD in biology, medicine, biotech, bioinformatics, computer science, data science, biochemistry, chemistry, pharmacy, engineering or related fields as well as advanced MBA students or recent MBA graduates with an interest in the pharmaceutical business and a background in life sciences, also postdocs can apply.
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KU Leuven is Europe's most innovative university!!!

KU Leuven is Europe's most innovative university!!! | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it

KU Leuven has been a centre of learning for almost six centuries. Founded in 1425 by Pope Martin V, KU Leuven bears the double honour of being the oldest extant Catholic university in the world and the oldest university in the Low Countries.

In its early days, KU Leuven university was modelled on the universities of Paris, Cologne, and Vienna. In a short time, it grew into one of the largest and most renowned universities in Europe. Its academic fame attracted numerous scholars who made valuable contributions to European culture. In the sixteenth century the humanist Desiderius Erasmus lectured here, where he founded the Collegium Trilingue in 1517 for the study of Hebrew, Latin, and Greek - the first of its kind. The tutor of the young emperor Charles V, Adriaan Cardinal Florensz of Utrecht, was a professor here before being elected in 1522 as the last non-Italian Pope before Pope John Paul II. The philologist, legal scholar, and historian Justus Lipsius taught here for many years.

The mathematician Gemma Frisius helped to lay the foundations of modern science and tutored many famous scientists, including the cartographer Gerard Mercator, whose map projection is still in use, the botanist Rembert Dodoens, and the father of modern anatomy, Andreas Vesalius. In a later period, the theses of the Leuven theologian Cornelius Jansenius provoked a large and heated controversy both inside and outside the Church. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, KU Leuven was an important training centre for Roman Catholic intellectuals from Protestant countries. At the end of the Age of Enlightenment, in 1783, the chemist Pieter Jan Minckelers discovered the suitability of coal gas for lighting. In the nineteenth century, at the instigation of Pope Leo XIII, KU Leuven became an important centre of Thomist philosophy.

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“Hard work doesn’t guarantee success, but improves its chances »!  Kudos to the hardworking people of KU Leuven!!!  Bravo!!!

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La SNCF investit dans le train supersonique Hyperloop

La SNCF investit dans le train supersonique Hyperloop | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
Les chemins de fer français participent à la seconde levée de fonds de la start-up californienne Hyperloop Technologies.
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Open innovation in small firms - Case 6: Quilts of Denmark - Functional quilts with NASA technology

Open innovation in small firms - Case 6: Quilts of Denmark - Functional quilts with NASA technology | Open WorldWide Innovation Network | Scoop.it
Follow also via the FB group https://www.facebook.com/groups/358789727646352/ Within 2 weeks I finish the "OI in SMEs" book - to be published by Cambridge University Press. I will post the cases
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