Health and medical challenges on the AI agenda in the AI&AUT Expo


The Hungarian Railway Museum in Budapest provided a rather extraordinary venue for this year’s AI&AUT EXPO, an event co-organized by the national laboratories coordinated by SZTAKI and Neumann Nonprofit Public Benefit Ltd.

Digital Health and Medtech Europe


iToBoS representatives was present in the Digital Health i Medtech Europe presentation, hosted online by the Agency for the Competitiveness of Companies of the government of Catalonia.

Melanin as a possible confusing variable in histologic analysis


Histologic analysis of melanocytic lesions can be supported by immunohistochemistry and in research also by in situ hybridization (ISH).

iToBoS in the IOTS World Congress


iToBoS participated in the IOT Solution World Congress (IOTSWC) and the Brokerage Event, that took place in Barcelona, in February 2023.

Submission and approval of the first Periodic Reporting of iToBoS project


The first Periodic Reporting corresponding to the period M1-M18 was submitted to the EC on November 24th, 2022 (M20) and it was officially approved on January 25th, 2023. 

The World Cancer Day


The World Cancer Day takes place every year on February 4. It aims to prevent millions of deaths each year by raising awareness and education about cancer, and pressing governments and individuals across the world to take action against the disease.

The different pathways of melanoma


Iris Zalaudek, from the University of Trieste and member of iToBoS project, gave a lecture in a dedicated webinar entitled “The different pathways of melanoma”.

iToBoS project in ISE 2023


iToBoS project was present in the Integrated Systems Europe, an international exhibition dedicated to audio-visual and systems integration.

iToBoS project presented in SPIE Photonics West


iToBoS project was presented at the SPIE Photonics West conference, an annual event that brings together researchers, scientists, and engineers from around the world who work on a wide range of photonics-related technologies and applications. 

Polarized light for imaging of the human skin in iToBoS


In this video we show why the researchers at Leibniz University Hannover use polarized light for imaging of the human skin. The cross-polarization filters specular reflections at the uppermost skin layer and enables the team to look deeper into the skin.