A collection of case histories of successful collaborations between High Technology Network Laboratories and businesses. These are tangible and customisable examples of the application of new technologies, products, or services that show how industrial research can meet the needs of innovation.

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Innovative, functional, sustainable

The cosmetic industry is increasingly interested in the development of innovative cosmetic formulations characterized by a reduced number of functional ingredients of natural origin in order to respond both to new market demands and to the new...

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SMEDIP -Sensors and Methodologies for Predictive Diagnostics

Vibrational studies for predictive diagnostics

Today, there is a strong industrial demand for integrating new functions on machines and plants, to make them more and more intelligent. In this context, condition monitoring is a crucial point. Using techniques that allow evaluating the state of...

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Frimag: Prototype of magnetocaloric cooling machine

A novel ecofriendly cooling technology

Magnetic refrigeration, based on the magnetocaloric effect, is a new cooling technology alternative to traditional gas compression. It promises reduced environmental impact, higher energy efficiency, lower noise, and vibrations. This technology...

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Capacitive micro-sensors for pressure measurements

Smart sensors for regional industry

This devices are miniaturized sensors able to provide extremely accurate pressure measurements. They are plane capacitors with parallel plates, whose capacitance has a non-linear dependence with the pressure. They can be implemented in applications...

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Microsystem components

Micronozzle is a device that allow the fabrication of flexible tube made of polymeric material obtained by extrusion. The tubes are made by extrusion of a polymer melt forced to pass through a suitable nozzle size equal to the section of pipe that is...

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Pneumatic micro-valves

Components for micro-systems and microfluidic platforms.

Micro-valves are basic components of microfluidic systems as they allow fluids to be conveyed, exchanged and controlled. These devices may be either connected on a platform with microfluidic channels or integrated within more complex microfluidic...

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Graphene and new 2D materials

Graphene: the material of the future

Graphene is currently one of the most extensively studied materials in the world, both at scientific and industrial level. It consists of microscopic sheets of carbon atoms, having the thickness of a single atom and a lateral size which may reach...

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