The ATTRACT project will continue to ignite innovation in Europe until 2025
The European Commission has given the green light to kick-start ATTRACT phase II, the next stage for deploying a co-innovation European ecosystem of breakthrough detection and imaging technologies for scientific and commercial uses.
The ATTRACT phase II kick-off meeting was held virtually on 1st February 2021. Researchers from around the world presented their novel ideas to ignite innovation in Europe.
Watch the kick-off meeting presentations to learn more about deep tech innovation, and stay tuned for ATTRACT phase II updates. A new thematic open call will be announced in the near future to boost innovation in Europe and scale up the most promising technology outcomes from funded ATTRACT phase-1 projects.
ATTRACT phase II kick-off meeting: Welcoming words by Michael Krisch
Michael Krisch, ATTRACT Project Consortium Board chair and scientist in charge of the biomedical beamline at ESRF, talks about the future of ATTRACT and how to overcome the valley of death.
ATTRACT phase II kick-off meeting: Welcoming words by Sergio Bertolucci
Sergio Bertolucci, ATTRACT R&D&I Committee (IC) chair, professor at University of Bologna & former scientific director at CERN, reflects on the benefits of open innovation and how ATTRACT phase II will contribute to the future of innovation in Europe.
ATTRACT phase II overview by Pablo García Tello
Pablo García Tello, ATTRACT Project Administrative Office & section head of the Development of EU Projects & Initiatives at CERN, provides a global overview of ATTRACT phase II.
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