On Thursday, June 21, 2018, PanCareLIFE will be featured at a press conference highlighting EU-funded projects in the Rhineland-Palatinate region.
Three EU-funded projects, which have received a total of around 11 million euros from the EU, will feature:
- In the PanCareLIFE project, researchers are looking at late effects, such as infertility and hearing loss among long-term survivors of childhood cancer. Long-term survivors of childhood cancer will join the press to talk about their life after cancer.
- In the project SuPro, scientists are developing self-cleaning surfaces that repel water, dirt or oil. During the press tour, researchers will show self-cleaning works and how it can be used to benefit industry and medicine in the future.
- In the project Excatro, a measuring device is being developed that analyzes the composition of air masses. On-site, the cloud researcher will perform a practical measurement and report on a test flight with the measuring device into the clouds.
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