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The area of Molecular Communications seeks to leverage biological phenomenon at the molecular level such as inter cell communication, usage of immune system, bacteria DNA transfer, neuronal signaling and calcium signaling to build a communications infrastructure for nano-scale devices that can be deployed and coordinate sophisticated operations within biological systems such as the human body. Within this highly multidisciplinary area, disparate islands of research are emerging with little coordination. The CIRCLE project, which has been funded by the European Commission, aims to harmonize these islands of research in Molecular Communications across Europe by providing a structured research agenda to accelerate convergence and advance breakthrough research within the area.

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European Researchers’ Night

On september 30th will be held in Perugia (Italy) the European Researchers’ Night co funded by the European Commision as part of Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.
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IEEE TCSIM Newsletter: Issue 22 July 2016

A new IEEE TCSIM Newsletter issue is out! You can download it from HERE. On page 8 you can find a paper entitled “Simulation Tools for Molecular Communications”.

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IEEE TCSIM Newsletter: recurrent section on Molecular Communications

Dr. Gianluca Reali is a Co-Editor of the IEEE TCSIM Newsletter and will be curating a recurring piece on Molecular Communications in the news letter.
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Coordinating European Research on Molecular Communications

Harmonize & Structure Research

- Objective One -
Harmonize heterogeneous islands of research in Molecular Communications across Europe by providing a structured research agenda through the collaborative specification and continual refinement of a research roadmap.

Guided Learning

- Objective Two -
Stimulate guided learning for young researchers entering the area of Molecular Communications, through improving efficiency of knowledge acquisition in key disciplines.

Build a Community

- Objective Three -
Build a structured community across Europe of research leaders and collaborators working in the area of Molecular Communication.

Knowledge Exchange

- Objective Four -
Build a structured community across Europe of research leaders and collaborators working in the area of Molecular Communication.

Staff Exchange

- Objective Five -
Facilitate a staff exchange program between partners within CIRCLE focusing in particular on young researchers.

Barrier Reduction

- Objective Six -
Reduce the barriers for entry into the area of Molecular Communications for high tech SME through the collaborative specification and continual refinement of an industry engagement roadmap.