In an interview with the prestigious journal “Nature Photonics” Hugo Thienpont explains the basic mechanisms of the new subsidy model that the European consortium ACTMOST (Access Center to Micro-Optics Expertise, Services, and Technologies) is currently testing to lower the technology barriers for companies and to accelerate product innovation with photonic technologies in Europe. This initiative, coordinated by B-PHOT, is financially supported by the European Commission.
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