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EPSRC Grant: OMMS - Wireless Micro-Factor that will treat people with Cancer

last modified Nov 21, 2017 03:47 PM
OMMS: the wireless micro-factory that will treat people with cancer Building Service Business Model Innovation

Dr. Veronica Martinez and other colleagues from seven other universities to kick off a new research project founded by the EPSRC. This project will help our society in the fight against cancer. The new OMMS micro-factory could treat people in early cancer stages and mitigate the damage. Veronica will be focused on the analysis and modelling of the diverse service business models to implement in practice to maximize value and benefits for all partners of the service ecosystem.

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