The EU Research & Innovation magazine
Friday, 20 January 2017Commission brings in top innovators to advise on a potential European Innovation Council
Today’s ‘headline’ article
Super-resolution microscopy that allows researchers to see inside nerve cells, track disease-causing proteins and watch cell division in living organisms earned three scientists ...
Frontier research (ERC)
Information & Communication
Key Enabling Technologies
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
Social science & humanities
Synergies with Structural funds
(including the Seal of Excellence)
EU-funded project SEPCELL will conduct a clinical trial of a stem cell treatment for patients with severe sepsis caused by a severe form of community-acquired bacterial pneumonia. The trial is one of a series of steps in assessing whether the treatment is safe and efficacious for patients with this life-threatening disease.