The conference focuses on leading edge research on Optical Wireless Communication in its different forms and gathers experts from academia and industry to show their latest technical results and showcase their products and services. The application scope is broad and it ranges from Ultra-short range to Ultra-long range.Continue reading “Save the Date: Optical Wireless Communication Conference, 10 November 2022”
The 3D FoodPrinting technology will be fundamental to the way people interact with food in the future. Supermarkets are already testing to 3D print customized cakes, caterers / restaurants are offering printed desserts. Some even claim that there will be a 3D food printer in every home soon.Continue reading “Save the Date: 3D FoodPrinting Conference, 24 November 2022”
From farming animals to farming cells – is this the future? The Online Protein Transition Conference (June, 16, 2021, 14:00 – 18.00 CET) organised by Jakajima focuses on cutting edge research & commercial initiatives towards protein-rich alternative food sources.
It is very clear that a considerable portion of our protein is consumed through products from animal origin. This consumption is one of the key factors causing current routes for food production to be insufficiently efficient to feed the growing, and more affluent world population. Meat production is inefficient with respect to the use of land, water and raw materials and it has serious impact on the environment. With a growing world population and a global rise in demand for meat, we need to make a transition to high quality protein-rich alternative food sources, while simultaneously considering human health and environmental sustainability.
There are several routes to follow, but this conference will focus on the two major alternatives:Continue reading “Protein Transition Conference – New conference organised by Jakajima”
3D Medical Printing conference Series is a platform and information interface enabling an exchange of information on market requirements, research interests and current results, skills and resources as well as facilitating the building of future partnerships.Continue reading “Accreditation for 3D Medical Printing conferences”
states Chris Spagnoletti, President, US Cargo Systems in the interview for JakajimaTV, hosted by Pieter Hermans. US Cargo Systems is partner of the 2020 Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference.Continue reading “Look beyond the certification of the unmanned cargo aircraft!”
A JakajimaTV interview with Nina Hoff, CEO and co-founder of byFlow, hosted by Pieter Hermans.
3D Food Printing is a technology that has been out there since 2006. Since then, not only the technology but also the applications have evolved.Continue reading “3D Foodprinting, from texture and ingredients to applications”
A JakajimaTV talk with Susanne Oertel, Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Systems and Device Technology IISB, hosted by Pieter Hermans. The FutureIOT consortium focuses its research activities on two distinct fields of action „City.digital“ and „Agriculture.digital“.Continue reading “Soil Monitoring – Smart Agricultural Sensor Network (VIDEO)”
Paul van Dijk, Vice President Strategy and Innovation, LioniX International talks with Pieter Hermans for JakajimaTV about the Flagship project. The project addresses the realization of a robust and versatile hybrid integrated photonics platform that provides scalable solutions for a suite of applications.Continue reading “Opportunities in Optical (Wireless) Communication, PICs in Space (VIDEO)”
EINDHOVEN-GHENT, 09/09/2020 – A world first in the event and 3D Manufacturing sector: from June 7 to 11 2021, a cross-border multi-event will take place for the first time in the 3D Manufacturing world, “3D Delta Week”, Learn, Network and Explore in Manufacturing.Continue reading “PRESS RELEASE: 3D Delta Week on 3D Manufacturing June 7-11, 2021”
A JakajimaTV Interview hosted by Pieter Hermans with Beatriz Pereira, University of Central Lancashire as part of the 3D Medical Printing Series.Continue reading “3D Pharma Printing the end of the ‘one size fits all’ approach”