EIT Health News
aescuvest and EIT Health launch first pan-European Equity Crowdfunding Platform for Healthcare
Pioneering project will enable start-ups to accelerate time to market for innovative health-related products and services.
EIT Health calls for 2019 Summer Schools and E-Labs funding
EIT Health has opened deferred calls for proposals for 2019 funding for Summer Schools and Entrepreneurship Labs – two types of educational activities designed to impart skills needed for those seeking to bring healthcare innovations to market.
Nursing students provide health advice at Blodomloppet in Visby
At the 2018 Blodomloppet street race in Visby you are welcome to meet Uppsala University students of medicine to receive advice on issues related to physical activity and health.
Uppsala-based projects share EUR 600,000 in EIT Health-funding
EIT Health awards EUR 600,000 in funding to three innovations being developed through research at Uppsala University.
2nd Call for innovation by ideas Proposals 2018 – Apply now
EIT Health hereby invites partners to submit proposals for Innovation by Ideas projects to be included in the Business Plan to start in 2019. A maximum contribution of €500 000 can be sought for each project. Apply no later than 2 October 2018, 4pm.
Read Scandinavian CLC Newsletter June 2018
The June 2018 edition of the EIT Health Scandinavian CLC Newsletter is now online. Get current updates on Scandinavian Innovation Days 2018, Headstart & European Health Catapult programmes and the 2nd Call for Proposals for Innovation by Ideas projects.
EIT Health: Nya vägar till samarbete och nytänkande för universitetet
Uppsala universitets engagemang i EIT Health öppnar ständigt nya dörrar för såväl tvärvetenskaplig samverkan som med samhället i stort. Låt oss fortsätta på den här banan och använda EIT Health som ett gemensamt förnyelseverktyg, skriver Catharina Svensson, Mats Larhed och Titti Ekegren.
Enthusiastic citizens engage in Run4Health @Blodomloppet
Over 400 people came by the Uppsala University/EIT Health tent during the street race "Blodomloppet" in Uppsala on 17 May to receive health tests and lifestyle advice by students that had been trained to guide citizens along the way towards better health in the frame of the EIT Health initiative Run4Health.
Students at Uppsala University will guide citizens to a healthier lifestyle
Thursday, May 17th, a unique meeting will take place at Gränby Sportfält in Uppsala, where students at Uppsala University will offer health tests and lifestyle advice to the thousands of joggers, spectators and children who participate in the Blodomloppet street race.
New study shows how to live a long and active life
Are you a man and do you expect to manage on your own for a while longer? Research at Uppsala University now shows that efforts to achieve a healthy diet, normal waist size and non-smoking habit can yield benefits long after the age of 90.
Run4Health 2018 reaches out to Uppsala, Stockholm and Copenhagen
Run4Health, the student driven activity to increase public awareness on the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, will return in 2018 with full support from EIT Health. This year reaching out to citizens in Uppsala, Stockholm and Copenhagen.
Read Scandinavian CLC Newsletter April 2018
The April 2018 edition of the EIT Health Scandinavian CLC Newsletter is now online. Get current updates on Run4Health 2018 - A student driven Citizen engagement activity, EIT Health Bootcamps and the AT THE EDGE tournament, April 16-20th in Galway, Ireland.
The EIT Health Accelerator is open for business
The EIT Health Accelerator is now open to business ideas from Campus and Innovation Projects and other Accelerator pre-seed scouting activities. Download our catalogue and apply to the activities of your choice.
EIT Health funds new way to reduce risk of fractures
EIT Health will fund further development of a new elastic bone cement that can improve the treatment of elderly patients with osteoporotic fracture of spinal vertebrae. “The idea is to reduce the risk of new fractures,” says researcher Cecilia Persson.
Apply now for the Product/Market Fit program 2018
Digital health and Medtech start-ups aiming to entry foreign European markets can now apply for The Product/Market Fit program for customized guidance into countries of their choice. Apply no later than 30 March 2018.