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The I3A handles between 200 and 300 local, regional, national and international projects each year. These involve basic or applied research orientations and the management of both publicly or privately funded budgets. Particularly, the groups of the I3A have participated in the last 5 years in more than 300 national research projects, including 25 of the prestigious CENIT program and 29 of the new innovation program INNPACTO, as well as 22 european projects.
We consider certain projects as being key projects due to their relevance, showing the quality of the Institute and its researchers. These include the following:

Is your heart aging well? A systems biology to characterize cardiac aging from the cell to the body surface (ERC Starting Grant): MODELAGE proposes a multi-scale,multi-factorial research that is expected to make an important step in the characterization of human heart aging at both the population and individual levels.

PRIMAGE will address the study of two types of pediatric cancer that have high mortality and therapeutic complexity: neuroblastoma and diffuse trunk-brain glioma

The Action will develop a service that combines data on air quality, weather conditions, and traffic flows in order to allow citizens and municipalities to estimate the level of pollution resulting from varying traffic flow conditions.
The service will be deployed in several European cities. Related datasets (including metadata) will be published on portals harvested by the European Data Portal.

The objective of EndoMapper is to establish the foundations for autonomous navigation and construction of 3D maps of the interior of the human body from images of medical endoscopy.

SPAGYRIA is a cross-border cooperation project that, through a network of special employment centers and research centers, intends the cultivation of aromatic plants and their laboratory processing, as well as the investigation of innovative processes with the use of fully sustainable technologies, for the development of natural cosmetic products with ecological certification, according to a new certification standard.

The CURABONE project aims to advance in the advancement and combination of different technologies, to achieve specific patient treatments in case of bone fractures.

Developing Data-Intensive Cloud Applications with Iterative Quality Enhancements : Internet produces enormous quantities of information every day and exploiting this resource is vital for businesses and governments.  In the years to come we will see software programmes that take advantage of this wealth of information, so called “data-intensive applications”.
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