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AMULET 2nd Open Call - FUNDING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIALS

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AMULET OPEN CALL - GET UP TO 120,000€ FUNDING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIALS

Through this open call, AMULET is looking for SMEs developing lightweight materials for the automotive, aerospace, energy and construction sectors. Within Amulet, a Horizon 2020 project, we are working on new industrial value chains with the aim of reducing CO2 emissions on the one hand and making the use of raw materials more efficient on the other.

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BEAT-AF - Ground-Breaking Electroporation-based intervention for Atrial Fibrillation treatment

The Horizon2020 project BEAT-AF brings together 9 European renowned clinical centres in France, Belgium, Czechia, Germany and Austria. Together, the consortium strives to revolutionize Atrial Fibrillation (AF) treatment through catheter ablation and contribute to decrease the huge burden of AF in Europe. The BEAT-AF project kicked off in 2021 and will run until 2026. The department of electrophysiology of the AZ Sint-Jan Hospital in Bruges is partner in the project and has so far contributed to the pre-clinical development, the first in man studies and first registries of the revolutionary AF treatment put forward by the consortium. The first pilot studies show that the treatment is safe, effective and efficient.