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Friday, 31 July 2015

1. ADSoftware celebrates successful exhibition at Paris Air Show

Following the successful launch of their new mobile applications at the recently held Paris Air Show, ADSoftware is delighted to announce the signing of Skyward Express Limited (Kenya) and Asia Atlantic Airways (Thailand) for their AirPack maintenance software. [read more]

2. Art meets research in Avignon

In context of the Avignon international theatre festival, the French Research Agency (ANR) organised this year for the second time a conference “Recontres, recherche et création” dedicated to the study and analysis of creative, communication and perception processes in real and fictional settings. [read more]

3. CEN and CENELEC StandarDays - 22-23 September 2015, Brussels

Your chance to discover European Standards - participate in a 2-day training given by European experts and understand the role and advantages of European Standards. Learn about the process of making European Standards; hear how businesses can benefit from using standards; discover current and upcoming trends in standardization; explore the international context of European Standards; find out what the link is between legislation and standardization. Meet standardization experts from CEN and CENELEC and get answers to your questions about European Standards. Network with other participants interested in standardization. [read more]

4. CORDIS Express: Research for improved nutrition

This week’s edition of CORDIS Express takes a look at some of the EU-funded research efforts aiming to improve health and nutrition. [read more]

5. First Watch List for emerging water pollutants - 31 Jul 2015

A JRC report short-lists seven aquatic pollutants to complete a first Watch List which will provide high-quality information on the concentrations of emerging or little-known pollutants across the EU. [read more]

6. Making more of Bioeconomy R&D Results - 6 October 2015, Brussels, Belgium

Be part of this conference and learn how to make more of your bioeconomy R&D results. The conference is divided per topic, so you can choose the day that is most relevant for you, or attend both days, depending on your preference. • Tuesday 6th October: Agriculture • Wednesday 7th October: Food and Biotechnology By joining this conference you will have the opportunity to practice pitching your results to the market, to debate methodologies for policy improvement, to discuss how to further develop your concepts, and to network with other stakeholders in your field, to explore new opportunities for future collaboration. [read more]

7. Netherlands receives EU boost to electric vehicle upgrade plans

Dutch government allocated EU funding to support electric vehicle infrastructure in bid to reduce emissions and improve air quality [read more]

9. Research Headlines - Engineering safer cities

How can we guarantee the integrity of existing buildings while continuing to develop urban spaces? Professor Debra Laefer's ERC-funded project tackles fundamental problems at the interface between new engineering undertakings and building conservation. The research team will draw on a largely unmined data source to create a system to predict the degree of damage likely to be sustained by buildings as a result of tunnelling. [read more]

10. Success Stories - Sowing the seeds for food security and plant conservation

Climate change is affecting plant life worldwide, with potentially disastrous effects for both wild and agricultural species. EU-funded researchers are studying the impact of higher temperatures and drought on seed quality in order to develop techniques for conserving wild plants, and for ensuring sustainable crop yields. [read more]

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