Evaluation of Nano & Micro Technologies for Healthcare (NMH) Project
Swansea University | Published December 10, 2014 - Deadline January 5, 2015
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Nanotechnology has been closely linked with applications and advances in almost every industry. Yet it is the application of nanotechnology in healthcare where the biggest opportunities and growth are expected to emerge.
Future healthcare will be underpinned by both new technologies and applications of existing technologies which permit early disease intervention, new diagnostics and treatments in non-hospital environments including the doctor’s surgery, community clinic or home. Similarly, early intervention relies on the earliest possible disease detection and treatment through the use of therapeutic devices and agents, sensors, diagnostics and other applications.
The Nano & Micro Technologies for Healthcare (NMH) project at Swansea University combines nanotechnology with other enabling technologies in engineering (micro & printing technologies), and medical science to provide opportunities to benefit patients, healthcare providers and the healthcare industry across Wales and globally.
The NMH project is required to undergo an evaluation to assess its impact, with a draft evaluation report to be completed by 31st March 2015, and a final evaluation to be completed by 31st May 2015.
Swansea University is therefore seeking a professional company/organisation with previous demonstrable experience in conducting project evaluations on similar projects, in particular ERDF projects, which is capable of working to tight timescales.