To tackle the common problem of tooth loss, the Horizon EU funded NOMAD project aims to develop the next generation of dental implants. Partners include Cork-based materials science company Glantreo Ltd and Limerick-based implant company Croom Medical.
Cluster 4 Digital, Industry and Space
The overarching vision behind the proposed research and innovation funding available under Cluster 4 (Digital, Industry and Space) is that of Europe shaping competitive and trusted technologies for a European industry with global leadership in key areas, enabling production and consumption to respect the boundaries of our planet, and maximising the benefits for all parts of society in the variety of social, economic and territorial contexts in Europe. This will build a competitive, digital, low-carbon and circular industry, ensure sustainable supply of raw materials, develop advanced materials, and provide the basis for advances and innovation in global challenges to society.
To achieve this overarching vision, through research and innovation, Cluster 4 comprises three main areas: Digital, Industry and Space, that can be accessed below.
To tackle the common problem of tooth loss, the Horizon EU funded NOMAD project aims to develop the next generation of dental implants. Partners include Cork-based materials science company Glantreo Ltd and Limerick-based implant company Croom Medical.Read More
Developing cobots, or mobile collaborative robots that can safely operate beside humans in the workplace, is the challenge ONE4ALL, a Horizon Europe funded project, has set itself. The project aims to help manufacturing plants, particularly small and medium-sized ones, transition towards Industry 5.0. This is the EU vision of the industrial future, one that embraces green and digital technologies and sees people working more closely with robots and smart machines.Read More
A Horizon Europe Brokerage Event titled ‘Cluster 4 Space calls 2023 & 2024’ took place on 2nd February 2023. The 2.5 hours virtual event introduced the Cluster 4 space calls for proposals for the next two years, presented insights and expectations from the European Commission, 12 pitches were introduced for potential collaborations and the virtual brokerage event allowed participants to create strategic partnerships through scheduled one-to-one meetings.Read More