Materialise is involved in several kind of European projects such as
Integrated Projects (IP): The Integrated Project is an instrument to support objective-driven research, where the primary deliverable is new knowledge.
Network of Excellence (NoE): A Network of Excellence is an instrument for strengthening excellence by tackling the fragmentation of European research, where the main deliverable is a durable structuring and shaping of the way that research is carried out on the topic of the network.
Specific targeted research projects (STREPs): The Specific Targeted Research Projects are an evolved form of the shared-cost RTD projects and demonstration projects used in FP5.
Specific projects for SMEs: The Specific projects for SMEs were previously available under FP5 as SME Specific Measures.
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A knowledge-based manufacturing system, established by integrating Rapid Manufacturing, IST and Material Science to improve the Quality of Life of European Citizens through Custom-Fit Products.
Novel Therapeutic Strategies for Tissue Engineering of Bone and Cartilage Using Second Generation Biomimetic Scaffolds.
A Hybrid Approach for Bone and Cartilage Tissue Engineering Using Natural Origin Scaffolds, Progenitor Cells and Growth Factors.
Shaping the Future of a New Generation of Hybrid Human Resources for the Tissue Engineering of Connective Tissues
The RM Platform is a community of (mainly industrial) stakeholders defining research and development priorities, timeframes and action plans on a number of strategically important issues related to Rapid Manufacturing (RM).
Materialise is also involved in the following research projects:
- Custom IMD
- DIGICAD II
- Mobiel meten
SME Supply Chain Integration for Enhanced Fully Customisable Medical Implants, using New Biomaterials and Rapid Manufacturing Technologies, to Enhance the Quality of Life for EU Citizens.