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November 22nd, 2007

ENIAC JTI opts for new medical applications focus

ENIAC, the European Technology Platform on nanoelectronics, has decided to make the development of medical applications one of its main objectives.

ENIAC brings together Europe's leading universities and businesses in the field of semi-conductors and nanoelectronics. Through ENIAC's Strategic Research Programme, they will work together to develop medical applications drawing on the very latest in new materials and semi-conductor technologies for personalised medical devices. The areas already targeted for research include sensors, micro-devices for administering medicines and personal diagnostic systems.


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