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27/11/2014
How can research in food and diets address how we will live and eat in 2050? By supporting the move towards individualised diets; by ensuring the sustainability of the future food system; by improving our understanding of links between food, nutrients and health; and by focusing on integrated policy-making. These are the main findings of a new foresight report that will support work done under Horizon 2020, the EU's Funding Programme for Research and Innovation for 2014-2020. Read more
25/11/2014
The newsletter reports on FET related funding opportunities, conferenes & workshops, major results & achievements of FET projects & initiatives & reports. Read more
25/11/2014
Over 500 hundred participants attended the Infoday on Societal challenge 2 calls for 2015 organised by European Commission in Brussels on 21 November 2014. Read more
17/11/2014
Taking stock of progress in energy applications for graphene and related materials, researchers and industrialists recently came together to listen, learn and exchange ideas. The Graphene Connect – Energy Applications workshop, which took place in Dresden from 20-21 October 2014, was organised by Europe’s Graphene Flagship project. Read more
17/11/2014
Today, in Trento (Italy), the European Commission has awarded three prizes to three MSCA fellows for having reached excellent results as Promising Research Talent, Communicating Science and Nurturing Research Talent. Read more
14/11/2014
Understanding the brain and its various pathologies could benefit millions of people. At the same time, progress in neuroscience is increasingly dependent on advanced technologies. This kind of synergistic cross-disciplinarity is a hallmark of FET research. Read more
11/11/2014
The European Commission has today welcomed the commercial launch of the first "InnovFin SME Guarantee", a new European Union loan guarantee facility under Horizon 2020 for innovative small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Read more
10/11/2014
This year's Nobel Prize laureate Prof. E. Moser is leading the FET GRIDMAP project which aims to better understand the processes used by the mammalian brain to generate and read spatial information. Prof. E. Moser is joining the prestigious list of 9 Nobel Prize laureates that chose the FET programme to collaborate with the best scientists in Europe on ambitious scientific endeavours. Read more
27/10/2014
As part of its mission to strengthen Europe’s graphene research and development community, the Graphene Flagship welcomes its first four associated members: Netzsch (Germany), NetComposites (UK), ABB and Imerys (Switzerland). Read more

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