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From 11/12/2015 to 11/12/2015
Pancreatic cancer is one of the hardest cancers to detect, making survival rates very low. The EU-funded SaveMe project has engineered nanoparticles that find the cancer using receptors for the tumour cells’ unique biological signal – a step towards early detection. Read more
From 11/12/2015 to 11/12/2015
Aula de Grado Auditorio, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
RoboCity2030 is a regional hub specialising in robotics with emphasis on human centred applications with projects on assited living, social robotics, search and rescue and much more. They are organising a workshop presenting the results of several EU-funded robotics projects from FP7 and H2020. Read more
From 11/12/2015 to 11/12/2015
Innovative snow-making technology may help winter tourism destinations boost snow cover and extend their ski seasons. Read more
From 09/12/2015 to 09/12/2015
With today’s technology, supercomputers of the future would consume the amount of energy needed to power a little town. To allow the further development in exascale supercomputing without that extremely energy-intense trade-off, Exa2green developed a set of energy efficient High-Performance Computing (HPC) components, tools and algorithms. Read more
From 09/12/2015 to 09/12/2015
Although cervical cancer can be prevented, about 60 000 women in Europe develop the disease each year. Key to bringing this figure down and ultimately saving lives are effective vaccination and screening programmes. The findings of the EU-funded PreHdict project have been instrumental in improving programmes in Europe. Read more
From 09/12/2015 to 09/12/2015
Europe still depends heavily on coal, despite the strides made in developing renewable energy sources. To use this coal more wisely, an EU-funded project investigated a resource-saving way to access more coal while cutting the CO2 it releases into the atmosphere. Read more
From 09/12/2015 to 10/12/2015
Brussels
This year's Conference of Partners is dedicated to the theme "Accelerating market uptake of active and healthy ageing innovation across Europe." Achievements as well as the future vision for the Partnership will be discussed with concrete steps towards the set goals. Read more
From 08/12/2015 to 12/04/2016
The FET Proactive call "Boosting emerging technologies" of the FET Work Programme 2016-2017 has 3 topics: "Emerging themes and communities" (deadline April 2016, check more information below); "FET ERANET Cofund in Quantum Technologies" (deadline April 2016);"FET ERANET Cofund" (to be opened for proposals submission in September 206).
There is also a dedicated call for proposals on High Performance Computing (which will be opened for proposals submission in April 2016).
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From 08/12/2015 to 08/12/2015
Brussels

This event will feature high-level speakers and expert panels discussing the successful actions already taken under the Millennium Development Goals and analyse those which proved to be inefficient.

It will also address what research and innovation can do to make the difference in the field of Maternal and Newborn Health under the Sustainable Development Goals.

The conference will take place in Square Meeting Centre, Brussels

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Maternal and Newborn Health conference
Maternal and Newborn Health conference
From 08/12/2015 to 08/12/2015
Brussels
We would like to inform you that the registration page for the Maternal and Newborn Health conference being organised on 8 December by the Health Directorate of DG Research and Innovation is now live! Read more

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