Research Projects

To stay at the forefront of research, Yaghma participate in and lead multiple research projects:

The BioRadar project has a clear goal: to help organisations, policymakers, and investors make informed decisions to create a more sustainable bio-based economy.

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The REALM project set out to develop a collaborative framework through which regulatory authorities, software developers, healthcare professionals and policy offers can jointly create and evaluate innovative medical device software.

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The READJUST project will provide options for policies that can balance efficiency and fairness in the digital and green transitions, in the areas of transportation and agriculture. To do this, READJUST will identify the inequalities caused by policies in both sectors and understand what is behind them.

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The ALICIA project has an ambitious goal: to make industries more sustainable by reusing and refurbishing second-hand equipment like machines, robots, and conveyor belts.

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Smoking tobacco is the leading cause of lung cancer, but it is not the only thing that can increase your risk. Other substances like uranium, asbestos, arsenic, nickel, coal smoke, soot, and diesel fumes can also raise your chances of getting lung cancer. LUCIA is looking at personal and environmental factors, and how our bodies react to them when it comes to lung cancer.

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The project aims to bring responsible research and innovation in alignment with the smart specialization paradigm and governance within 4 experiment pilot regions from the European Union. The objective is to systematically integrate RRI practices into the territorial research and innovation system and development approach within each region and help push forward value driven transformation. The project ended recently.

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