One Nucleus plays an important role as partner in EU-funded projects:
Easyspeak is a simple gateway to 10 European and non-European languages including Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Koran, Portuguese and Spanish. The site is totally free to use, available to everyone and allows you to learn basic words and phrases for general and business conversations. It contains a whole set of life science vocabulary for professionals in the sector.
You can see the platform here so feel free to use it!
If you would like to read about users’ feedback, please read our four case studies on how EasySpeak helped entrepreneurs and researchers with language skills.
Case Study 1 - IP consultancy specialised in Life Sciences, Cambridge, UK
Case Study 2 - Office of Tourism, Crete, Greece
Case Study 3 - Biomedical Company, Torino, Italy
Case Study 4 - PhD student in Parasitology and Tropical Diseases, Valencia, Spain
eLSi: e-learning for Life Sciences internationalisation
One Nucleus has been a leading partner in the European initiative eLSi which came to an end in September 14. eLSi aimed at developing a free user friendly online platform that contains e-learning material on life science markets and intercultural business skills on eight high growth regions (Australia, Brazil, China, India, Japan, Middle East, South Korea, USA). To find out more about the eLSi project, please visit: www.elsi-project.eu/.
The platform is still accessible and will give you access to a range of sectorial reports, official business web links, experts videos and various information on the countries covered.
It can be accessed at this address: http://www.rln-uk.com/efront/www/index.php. You will then need to create your own login and password, providing a valid email address to begin navigating. The email address is for reference only and no information will be shared with third parties.
Some of the information on the platform might be available on One Nucleus website in the future so please keep an eye on any updates.
If you have any question or if you would like to comment on some of the material available on the platform, please contact Aline email@example.com.
After three years of exciting activities within a consortium of 13 of the most dynamic bioregions in Europe, One Nucleus is now at the end of its involvement in the ABCEurope project which finished in August 2012.
As a leading partner, One Nucleus has been engaged in the development and delivery of several great initiatives, including:
Five European BioTechnology Showcases - allowing researchers from academia and commercial organisations all over Europe, a platform to present their innovative technologies in the fields of oncology, medical technologies, infectious diseases, e-health and diagnostics;
Five bioentrepreneurs bootcamps - held in different European locations, giving 69 entrepreneurs the opportunity to benefit from business specialists’ expert opinion and feedback on how to improve their company operations;
Three virtual business matchmaking events - involving a total of 62 companies from 11 different European countries in partnering meetings with potential new collaborators;
A ‘tools of sciences’ platform – which lists European facilities and funding opportunities from 18 regions and provides new business opportunities for R&D companies and service providers.
Although the overall project is now completed, all these activities will continue so we will keep you posted on post-project actions.
Our involvement in ABCEurope has been a great opportunity for One Nucleus to develop closer connections with other European bioregions. As some of you will be aware, we collaborated with Medicon Valley Alliance and Stockholm-Uppsala Life Science on joint activities for our members at BIO 2012 and we are in discussions with a number of European clusters about further information exchanges and collaborations for member benefit.
For more information on One Nucleus’ European activities, please contact Aline firstname.lastname@example.org
The European Business and Technology Centre (EBTC) aims at further developing EU-India trade and business relations. The project is coordinated by Eurochambres, and includes One Nucleus and 15 other European partners.
The Centre’s activities are organised in four key sectors: Environment, Energy, Transport and Biotechnology. The Milan Innovhub (Milan Chamber of Commerce) is coordinating the Biotechnology cluster which comprises One Nucleus and COPCA (Barcelona).
The aim of the project is to create a Centre which will become a point of reference for European companies wanting to enter the Indian market. The Centre is planning to achieve this by acting as a multiplier and facilitator, increasing the understanding among EU SMEs and researchers about the opportunities offered by India; and provide an active link between policy makers and private bodies.
If you are interested in receiving more information about the above projects please contact email@example.com.