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-IN-FET is the acronym of a European scientific project consortium, funded by the European Commission during 2020-2023. +IN-FET is the acronym of a European scientific project consortium, funded by the European Commission during 2020-2023. It stands for //Ionic Neuromodulation For Epilepsy Treatment// and brings together engineers, biologists, physicists, and neuroscientists to tackle the hard problem of repairing and treating the brain.
  
 **Read [[pressrelease1|here]] our kick-off press release.** **Read [[pressrelease1|here]] our kick-off press release.**
  
-The project brings together experts in very different disciplines of science and technologyneurobiology, electrochemistry, 3-d nanofabrication, nanoelectronics, and numerical simulations. The IN-FET consortium of academic and industrial partners has a laser-sharp focus on exploiting neuronal biophysics and electronic device modeling, to build a breakthrough technology for a brand new generation of brain pacemakers.+Aiming at novel neuro-technological routes for brain treatment, the project combines very different disciplines of science and technology, such as neurobiology, electrochemistry, 3D nanofabrication, nanoelectronics, and numerical simulations. The IN-FET consortium of academic and industrial partners has a laser-sharp focus on exploiting neuronal biophysics and electronic device modeling, to build a breakthrough technology for a brand new generation of brain pacemakers.
  
 IN-FET's efforts and discoveries will ultimately advance current neuromodulation strategies, specifically aiming at future brain implants for the treatment of brain disorders such as epilepsy. IN-FET will advance neuroscience, biomedical microsystems engineering, and nano- neurotechnology. IN-FET's efforts and discoveries will ultimately advance current neuromodulation strategies, specifically aiming at future brain implants for the treatment of brain disorders such as epilepsy. IN-FET will advance neuroscience, biomedical microsystems engineering, and nano- neurotechnology.
  
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 IN-FET is a project funded by European Union's Horizon 2020 - FETOPEN-2018-2020 - [[https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/862882|GA n. 862882]]. IN-FET is a project funded by European Union's Horizon 2020 - FETOPEN-2018-2020 - [[https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/862882|GA n. 862882]].
  
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