As a Swiss organization, for public and private cooperation, Chelonia is mobilizing all stakeholders. EU Commission backs some project participated by Chelonia.
The spread of COVID-19 demands global cooperation among governments, international organizations and the business community. This multistakeholder cooperation is at the centre of the Chelonia mission as participant to the most impactful H2020 projects.
CORONAVIRUS CENSUS COLLECTIVE
Leading researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard jointly with Chelonia are spearheading an international consortium—the Coronavirus Census Collective (CCC)—to track the spread of the novel coronavirus. Our global collaboration is an open-access platform whereby voluntarily reported data can be used to predict the location of future COVID-19 outbreaks.
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The President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen talks about the project participated by Chelonia - Exscalate4CoV
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LATEST ONGOING PROJECTS
Engage in multistakeholders projects and partner over 100 top research institutions. Discover with whom we are working with. Here below a summary of just few of the projects where Chelonia is involved.
MEET MEMBERS OF SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
James Beacham, member of Scientific Committee of Chelonia, is the experimental high-energy particle physicist working with the ATLAS collaboration at CERN's Large Hadron Collider. As part of the ATLAS collaboration at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, one of the teams that discovered the Higgs boson in 2012, James Beacham is on the hunt for evidence of new particles -- dark photons, gravitons, dark matter and exotic Higgs bosons among them.
Piero Carninci, member of Scientific Committee of Chelonia, currently is Team Leader for Laboratory for Transcriptome Technology and Deputy Centre Director at the RIKEN Centre for Integrative Medical Sciences in Yokohama (Japan) and advisor at Human Technopole in Milano (Italy). Piero is responsible for the creation and development of various new technologies for DNA and RNA sequencing and analysis. He has also been involved in leading many large scale national and international initiatives, such as FANTOM, ENCODE and more recently the Human Cell Atlas.
MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF LIVING SYSTEMS
While we answer requests for innovation from industry thanks to the professional network of scientists and business developers, this program aims to help the research careers of outstanding scientists working on mathematical and theoretical approaches to topics in the life sciences. The intent of Chelonia Applied Science in Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science programs is to support outstanding scientists in their most productive years, when they are establishing creative new research directions, providing leadership to the field and effectively mentoring to enabling the use of the scientific discovery. We welcome proposals from well-established researchers who develop and apply advance theoretical physics ideas and methods in the life sciences.
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