7th EMCA workshop

17 Νοέ 2015 • Science

The 7th EMCA workshop that took place in Valencia, Spain, has ended successfully. Bioapplications Ltd was present once again.


10 Απρ 2013 • Science

This year, the contest "call to innovation" is taking place at the Benaki Museum of Athens. It's organiszed by the Singularity University in collaboration with TEDxAcademy. Our company has submitted an idea and qualified for the finals!! We invite you to come on Monday 15/4/2013 at 18:30 at the Benaki Museum and watch our presentation.

18th E-sove conference

05 Οκτ 2012 • Science

The 18th E-sove conference is taking place in Montpellier, France. BIOAPPLICATIONS Ltd is going to be present with a paper entitled "Spatial predictive model for malaria resurgence integrates entomological, environmental and social data in Central Greece".

The wider implications of a Greek eurozone exit. (newscientist)

25 Μάι 2012 • Science

THE human cost of Greece's predicament is becoming clear. As the world waits to see if its fractious leaders can secure the country's future, its citizens are finding it difficult to secure basic healthcare.
Economists and politicians fear that if Greece makes an ignominious exit from the eurozone - the "Grexit" scenario - there will be disastrous economic consequences for Europe. But the looming humanitarian crisis has widespread implications too.
Diseases common in Greece's southern neighbours, but unfamiliar in Europe, are starting to appear. Malaria, among others, has broken out recently. If the country's disease surveillance and control operations are compromised, these ailments may gain a stronghold there and could spread further afield.
What's more, the combination of economic collapse, political instability and a struggle to meet basic human needs provides the conditions for widespread civil unrest. Those who think that far-fetched should recall that modern Greece has only been truly democratic since 1974 - the same year, as it happens, that it originally eradicated malaria.
The recent experiences of Argentina, Sweden and Japan highlight the challenges to public health faced when an advanced economy goes into meltdown, along with some understanding of which remedies might be worth adopting. The European Union stands ready to commit vast resources to ensure the region's financial well-being; it should commit itself to securing its physical and mental health too.
The next challenge will be to repair or replace the eurozone, whatever becomes of Greece. Here there is less evidence to go on, and conventional economics is proving to be of little use. The risk is that the euro's next incarnation will prove just as flawed.
Network theory may provide some rigour. Seen through the lens of complexity science, the real problem is not any individual country's debt, but the structure of the eurozone.
If the theorists are right, the eurozone was built on quicksand from the start. When the time comes to rebuild, Europe should make sure it is laying down foundations of stone.
Source  : www.newscientist.com

Εntomological surveillance 2012 (mosquito monitoring).

21 Μάι 2012 • Science

KEELPNO (Hellenic Center for Disease Control @ Prevention) announced through “δι@ύγεια” program, the assignments for the entomological surveillance (mosquito monitoring) for the current year. As announced, BIOAPPLICATIONS Ltd will run this program at central Greece. The regions that will be covered for central Greece are Thessaly, Sterea and Attica. For further informations you may visit “δι@ύγεια” webpage.

25th April World Day against Malaria

25 Απρ 2012 • Science

In 2010, about 3.3 billion people - almost half of the world's population - were at risk of malaria. Every year, this leads to about 216 million malaria cases and an estimated 655 000 deaths. People living in the poorest countries are the most vulnerable.

World Malaria Day - which was instituted by the World Health Assembly at its 60th session in May 2007 - is a day for recognizing the global effort to provide effective control of malaria. It is an opportunity:
  • for countries in the affected regions to learn from each other's experiences and support each other's efforts;
  • for new donors to join a global partnership against malaria;
  • for research and academic institutions to flag their scientific advances to both experts and general public; and
  • for international partners, companies and foundations to showcase their efforts and reflect on how to scale up what has worked.
*sourse World Health Organization (WHO) 

Kick off meeting KEELPNO

15 Φεβ 2012 • Science

KEELPNO in collaboration with the University of Thessaly organized a meeting at 26-27 of January 2012 about mosquitoes borne diseases, West Nile virus and Malaria, in Greece. Scientists from WHO and ECDC participated in this kick off meeting.
Bioapplications Ltd. presented the integration of new technologies in modern mosquito control programs : "Mosquitoes control in East Macedonia and Thrace 2011, Validation of field applications during large-scale mosquito control program".
At the end of the presentations, 5 workgroups of scientists where assembled to draw conclusions and to shield the country's defense against mosquitoes borne diseases. Τwo scientists from Bioapplications Ltd company, Pergantas P. and Moraitis I., participated in 1st workgroup, "Vevtors of West Nile and Malaria".

ECDC visit

29 Σεπ 2011 • Science

Last week a team of scientists from KELLPNO and ECDC visited areas of Greece, where this year malaria outbreaks were diagnosed. The cases concerned people without a history of travel to malaria endemic countries.
Particularly in the area of Evia and Viotia prefecture, there was collaboration with scientists from BIOAPPLICATIONS Ltd company on the development of mosquito abatement program (photos).
The team visited Evia and Viotia prefecture consisted of: Tselentis I. (prof. of Μicrobiology), Dannis K. (Doctor KEELPNO), Dougas K. (Veterinarian KEELPNO) Kefalousi Ch. (Environmentalist KEELPNO), Dagas A. (Dentist, Min. of Health G), Lagos B (Public Health Supervisor Dep.), Annick Lenglet (Epidemiologist ECDC), Wim Van Bortel (Entomologist ECDC).

6th EMCA workshop

22 Σεπ 2011 • Science

The 6th EMCA workshop that took place in Budapest, Hungary, has ended successfully. Our company BIOAPPLICATIONS Ltd once again was there presenting its paper entitled "Validation of field applications during the large-scale mosquito control program in north-eastern Greece”.

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