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26/03/2015
Berlin

The EU-funded project European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) will present the results of its four-year work culminating in an online portal that gives unprecedented access to dispersed Holocaust-related archives from Europe and beyond.

These research sources, most of which have only been accessible at the institutions concerned, will now be available online to users around the world.

NB: A limited number of places is available.

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24/03/2015
A+, A++, even A+++. Looking at energy efficiency labels, it is hard to believe that some household appliances such as fridges could yet be made even more energy-efficient. EU-funded researchers have forged ahead in developing a technology that might achieve just that: magnetic cooling. Read more
24/03/2015
An EU-funded project has accelerated the development of vaccines for diseases such as Lyme disease, malaria, tuberculosis, dengue, influenza, mumps, whooping cough, pneumonia, HIV, and two types of cancer. Their work could lead to new, more effective vaccines – potentially saving millions of people from disease. Read more
06/05/2015
Brussels, Belgium
The workshop aims to encourage active dialogue and exchange of ideas between the H2020 Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) stakeholders and the national/regional authorities that apply for structural funds. Read more
From 15/07/2015 to 17/07/2015
Heraklion, Crete, Greece
The EU INFRASTRUCTURE project, QualityNano, is nearing completion and will hold its final conference on 15-17 July 2015 in Heraklion (Crete). The local host for the meeting is the FORTH institute. This conference is jointly organised with the EU-funded project NanoReg, which is already in its second year and addresses the crucial question of regulatory research in the nanosafety area. Read more
From 12/05/2015 to 14/05/2015
Copenhagen, Denmark
The second biennial ‘European Climate Change Adaptation Conference’ will be hosted in Copenhagen in 2015. More than 1000 participants are expected to attend this event.

The conference will offer a unique platform for researchers, policy makers, and businesses to share new research results, novel policy developments, and practical implementation experiences regarding climate change impacts and adaptation, as well as highlight opportunities for business. Read more
23/03/2015
An artificial intelligence-based system developed by EU-funded researchers for the plastic injection moulding industry promises to boost productivity, cut time to market, reduce scrap and lower costs. This comes at a time of rapid change and rising competition for one of Europe’s largest manufacturing sectors. Read more
06/10/2015
Strasbourg, France

This event dedicated to Key Enabling Technologies will target upcoming calls for Nanotechnologies and Advanced Materials, Biotechnologies, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing, including Energy efficiency in Buildings (PPP EeB), Factories of the Future (FoF) and Sustainable Process Industries (SPIRE).

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From 24/09/2015 to 25/09/2015
London (UK)
The RE.WORK Future Technology Summit will gather experts to learn about future technologies and discuss their impact on science and society. The Future and Emerging Technologies unit of the European Commission will be part of the discussion. Read more
20/03/2015
The European Summit of Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing took place in Brussels on March 9 and 10. Over 1200 visitors swamped the Brussels Square meeting centre, took part in over 32 sessions, workshops, sandpits and the Pioneer Village with its 20 exhibition booths. Read more

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