European Researchers’ Night 2024

Mark your calendars! On September 27th, the Researcher’s Night 2024 event is happening. From September 25th to October 1st, Catalunya will host a variety of activities where researchers from over 50 scientific organizations will offer talks, workshops, experiments, and other free experiences for all ages. In collaboration with the consortium and under the banner of La Noche de la Investigación, “la Caixa” Foundation and EsCiencia Eventos Científicos are organizing a range of activities at Barcelona’s CosmoCaixa, as well as at the CaixaForum in Tarragona and Lleida. Don’t miss out on […]

VPH 2024 I Data-Driven Simulation Technologies for Clinical Decision Making

Accelerate Osteoarthritis Research with AI

Accelerating Osteoarthritis Research with Artificial Intelligence by Aleksei Tiulpin (OULU) Abstract: Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common musculoskeletal disease that has no cure. The only available treatment for the end-stage of the disease is total joint replacement, and costs billions of dollars worldwide to manage direct and indirect costs of OA. One of the biggest challenges in OA is a very long time for disease development, which makes the drug development cycle very slow. Large observational cohorts like Osteoarthritis Initiative and Multicenter Osteoarthritis studies have been the gold standard datasets to […]

CARS 2024 Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery

38th International Congress and Exhibition The CARS Congress is the annual event for a distinguished international community of scientists, engineers and physicians to present and discuss the key innovations that shape modern medicine on a worldwide basis.

Marie Sklodowska Curie actions

The European innovative training networks (ITN) aim to train a new generation of researchers in their early stages who are creative, enterprising and innovative, capable of dealing with the challenges of the future and turn knowledge and ideas into products and services with an economic and a social benefit. ITN programmes within the framework of the European Commission’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions support joint competitive programmes for training in research or joint doctorates. These programmes will be implemented by partnerships of universities, research centres, businesses, SMEs and other stakeholders in Europe and the rest of the world.