We are thrilled to announce the release of the first set of promotional material for the UNICA4EU project, conforming to the new visual identity unanimously agreed upon by the project’s consortium.

At the heart of our new visual identity are two key elements that embody the essence of the UNICA4EU project and its logo: the gold ribbon, symbolizing Childhood Cancer and the binary code composed of 1s and 0s, which symbolizes Artificial Intelligence applications and the concept of digital transformation. By incorporating AI into the fight against childhood cancer, we harness the power of innovation and technology to develop cutting-edge solutions. This signifies our dedication to pushing boundaries and exploring new possibilities to improve the lives of young cancer patients.

In crafting our new visual identity, we have carefully chosen a complementary color palette comprising navy blue, purple, and teal. These colors harmoniously accentuate the gold ribbon, lending a sense of sophistication and visual appeal to our promotional materials. Through this palette, we aim to evoke a feeling of hope, resilience, and determination as we work together to make a tangible difference in the lives of children battling cancer.

The first set of promotional material includes a comprehensive slide deck summarizing the UNICA4EU project, a striking roll-up banner, and an informative flyer. These resources serve as vital tools for communicating our vision, objectives, and progress to stakeholders, collaborators, and the wider community. With these materials, we hope to inspire engagement, foster partnerships, and ignite a collective commitment to combating childhood cancer.

Stay tuned for more updates and progress as we forge ahead on this transformative journey. Together, we can make a lasting impact and create a world where every child battling cancer receives the best possible chance for a healthy and fulfilling life.

Together, we can change the future for children with cancer.

Check out UNICA4EU’s promotional materials and many more resources at our dedicated Zenodo repository and through the links below!

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