Work Package 1
These exchange activities are planned to ensure adequate intersectoral interaction at a top organisational level.
Work Package 2
Work Package 3
Research and training activities
These exchange activities are planned to advance the state of the art by achieving a multi-disciplinary and intersectoral understanding regarding the concept of nanostructured delivery-L-menthol systems for brown adipose tissue (BAT) activation.
Knowledge transfer is more than just on-the-job training (which, in the nanoBAT is achieved via research and training activities). It is also replicating the expertise, wisdom and tacit knowledge of critical professionals into the heads and hands of their cross-sectoral colleagues. In the nanoBAT project, this will be achieved by workshops, aiming to foster a shared culture of research and to maximise cross-sectoral knowledge sharing from research to market (and vice-versa).
Work Package 4
Work Package 5
The objective of these activities is to organise innovation events that will reinforce the participants’ intersectoral cooperation in the fields of research, technology and innovation.
Dissemination / outreach activities
These exchange activities are planned to ensure the best possible dissemination of the results of the collaboration.
“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation
programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 691061”