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Events

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  • 11
    11.October.Wednesday

    REELER Consortium meeting

    All day
    2017.10.11-2017.10.13
    Cambridge, United Kingdom
    REELER Consortium meeting - 3rd Consortium meeting will update on research status and first public mini-event will take place with involved stakeholders.
  • 12
    12.October.Thursday

    Robots & the Future of Health and Healthcare - Mini Public EVENT

    10:00 -18:00
    2017.10.12
    Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Robots & the Future of Health and Healthcare - Mini Public EVENT - In the framework of REELER project, public conference will be held to discuss how healthcare robots are transforming the way therapies are given to patients.
  • 16
    16.October.Monday

    m-Resist GA meeting Barcellona

    All day
    2017.10.16-2017.10.18
    Barcelona, Spain
    m-Resist GA meeting BarcellonaMeeting to discuss about status of pilot and deliverables.
  • 19
    19.October.Thursday

    ETHICS FOR TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION

    09:30 -13:30
    2017.10.19
    Aula Rogers, via Ampère, 2 Politecnico di Milano, Italy
    Ethics for technological innovation - Conference about how the focus on ethical issues and social impact is improving research in science and technology
  • 24
    24.October.Tuesday

    Clockwork meeting

    All day
    2017.10.24-2017.10.25
    Bruxelles, Belgium
    Clockwork meeting - Mid term review of the project: the current status of the activies will be presented to the CMU for revision and evaluation.

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