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Friday, 15 July 2011
1. Research Headlines - EU support encourages students to pursue scientific careers
Europe will need at least 1 million new research jobs in the near future to meet its ambitions of being one of the most innovative regions of the planet. Therefore, young women and men wanting to become researchers are desperately needed. The European Commission encourages and fosters an understanding of science among young Europeans, and in turn helps them follow related careers. Both the ERA-NET scheme and the Article 185 Initiative are helping drive this objective.
Wednesday, 29 June 2011
2. Launch of new ERA-NET Newsletter by ERA-LEARN targeted at research funders in Europe!
This newsletter contains information about ERA-NETs, Joint Programming Initiatives, related events and news from ERA-LEARN and will be published 2-3 times per year. If you are a research funder, or any other individual or organisation involved in the coordination and collaboration of national research and innovation activities, and you would like to receive this ERA-NET Newsletter automatically, please register at http://www.era-learn.eu/newsletter.
Friday, 17 June 2011
3. FP7 - ERA-NET projects - new videos
Four new videos from the NEURON ERA-NET deal with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, depression and the medical use of cannabis.
Friday, 08 April 2011
4. Research Headlines - Europeans making medical treatment priority for kids
Health practitioners and parents want the best for children, and helping drive this objective is the PRIOMEDCHILD ('Coordination of research on priority medicines for children') initiative, a Coordinated Action funded under the ERA–NET scheme of the FP6. PRIOMEDCHILD, backed with more than EUR 1.7 million, created a European platform for research, development and innovation of paediatric medicines by funding, coordinating and networking national programmes and researchers across Europe, now launched an EUR 8 million Joint Call.
Tuesday, 22 March 2011
5. FP7 - ERA-NET projects - new search facility
To make it easier to find projects amongst the 100+ on the site, you can now search project titles, acronyms and summaries for a specific word (or part of a word).
Tuesday, 15 March 2011
6. The world of R&D programme collaboration gets a facelift!
NETWATCH, the European Commission's information platform on transnational R&D programme collaboration, has had a comprehensive information update and revamp of the website design. Improvements include a comprehensive description of over 650 national programmes participating in ERA-NETs and other programme collaboration schemes, new improved search facilities, up to date information on joint calls of the ERA-NETs, including their geographic scope and schedule, and a special access route for researchers into the call calendar. Visit the revamped website.
Wednesday, 02 March 2011
7. Research Headlines - EU study finds climate change threatens Baltic Sea ecosystem
EU-funded researchers have found that the sea surface temperature of the Baltic Sea was warmer in the past and the oxygen depletion was stronger than what current figures show. The INFLOW project, 1 of 16 BONUS+ projects, is developing a model for natural variability in marine ecosystems that will fuel our understanding of how the changes will affect the Baltic Sea in the long run. BONUS+ is jointly funded by national programmes of the Baltic countries to the tune of EUR 22 million, of which EUR 7.27 million is provided via a grant under the ERA-NET Plus scheme of the FP7.
Friday, 18 February 2011
8. Research Headlines - Study finds genes not environment behind Parkinson's
An EU-wide study has found five new genetic variants for Parkinson's disease. The research was funded in part by the NEURON ('Network of European funding for neuroscience research') initiative, a Coordinated Action funded under the ERA-NET scheme of the FP6 to the tune of EUR 2.7 million. Participating in NEURON were experts from Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
Thursday, 17 February 2011
9. Research Headlines - BIODIVERSA – collaborating for conservation
Species are disappearing at an alarming rate, threatening nature's ability to provide us with essential goods and services like clean air and water, food, fuel, materials, climate regulation and flood prevention, to name just a few. Enter the EU-funded ERA-NET project BIODIVERSA, which is working to create a single biodiversity research community in Europe. BIODIVERSA, which is now in its second phase, has received funding from the FP6 and FP7.
Monday, 14 February 2011
10. Milestone reached in quest for the kilo
Scientists have succeeded in counting the number of atoms in a crystal of silicon with unprecedented accuracy, marking a major step forwards in efforts to define the kilogram (kg) on the basis of physical constants.
The work, published in the journal Physical Research Letters, was partly supported by the EU through the IMERA Plus ('Implementing metrology in the European research area - plus') project. IMERA Plus, which received EUR 21 million under the 'Coordination of research activities' budget line of the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7), brings together national metrology research institutes from across Europe to tackle fundamental ques..
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