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  1. Europeans to fight #tuberculosis with innovative technique

    25/06/2012- 02:00 A European team of scientists is working on making new tuberculosis treatments a reality by developing better diagnostic imaging technology. The study is supported by the PREDICT-TB ('Model-based preclinical development of anti-tube ...

    editor - 26/04/2013 - 15:42

  2. ICT is new weapon in the war on drug-resistant diseases

    28/06/2012- 02:00 Every year hundreds of thousands of people die because of infections that have become resistant to treatment. A new data-mining, clinical monitoring and decision-support system, developed by EU-funded researchers, offers a powerful new w ...

    editor - 26/04/2013 - 16:59

  3. Researchers make progress on early detection of resistance to colorectal #cancer drugs

    22/06/2012- 02:00 Mutations in a gene called KRAS are causally associated with acquired resistance to targeted therapies for colorectal cancers (CRC), according to new findings from EU-funded researchers from Italy and their research colleagues in the Uni ...

    editor - 26/04/2013 - 16:59

  4. A network to guide the future of computing

    06/09/2012- 02:00 More computer processing power means more performance, which, in turn, means new applications, devices and entirely new markets for products and services. But current technologies cannot support the exponential increase in computer perfo ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 08/05/2013 - 17:14

  5. Companionable research project delivers robotic assistance for the elderly

    05/07/2012- 02:00 The Companionable EU-funded FP7 integrated project has linked intelligent home systems with Hector, a fully autonomous robot designed to play the role of a “companion” for elderly people (especially those living alone, or spending many h ...

    editor - 26/04/2013 - 17:30

  6. Belgium, the land of big breakthroughs

    19/06/2012- 02:00 Look around your home and you will almost certainly find something that has its origins in Belgium. Though perhaps best known today for beer, chocolate, waffles and the headquarters of the EU, Belgium has long been a big player in scienc ...

    editor - 26/04/2013 - 17:30

  7. Your views on Europe's Digital Future

    24/10/2012- 02:00 to 02/12/2012- 01:00 Help us shape the Digital Agenda for Europe The European Commission's Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT) has launched a Stakeholder Survey to learn more about in ...

    Newsroom - 16/07/2014 - 18:34

  8. Independent ageing: support from interdependent ICT

    06/06/2012- 02:00 With Europe's population aging rapidly, technologies and services that help older people stay healthy and lead active, independent lives are likely to be in high demand in the future. A new open software architecture developed by EU ...

    Newsroom - 18/07/2014 - 10:34