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A novel approach to analysing DNA for signs of mutation and disease is leading to highly accurate tests for early-stage cancer, antibiotic resistance and genetic disorders, potentially revolutionising diagnostic medicine and saving lives. [read more]
F4E’s Director visited the Chinese ITER Domestic Agency and two fusion research institutes to learn about the status of ITER contributions. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
Promising all-electric systems being developed for next-generation aircraft look set to transform the skies over Europe, reducing fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions and increasing competitiveness, according to EU-funded researchers. [read more]
European research project scientists are exploring how to capture, process and display accurate 3D reproductions of cultural sites located in challenging environments. [read more]
A group of EU-funded engineers from across the continent has created a system to help stabilise electricity grids across Europe and ensure a steady energy supply for decades to come. [read more]
Interactions between science and policy under the lens Clear recommendations for successful evidence-informed policy making are the aim for the 2017 Joint Research Centre (JRC) annual conference. It will offer an open encounter between leading experts from the fields of science, policy and communication. The programme features around 26 speakers divided between 2 sessions: 1) Why should we trust science? 2) Re-designing policymaking using behavioural and decision science. Each session is split between audio-visual content, panelists discussions and presentations. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
On 7 November a matchmaking event will be organised in Brussels by the European Defence Agency (EDA ) and the European Commission (EC) ("Key Enabling Technologies" Programme in the Research & Innovation DG). Information will be exchanged on projects developed in EDA and EC in the field of Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing. Consortium representatives of EU funded FP7 and Horizon 2020 and of EDA projects will present their results to identify potential reciprocal benefits for civil and defence entities and to foster cross-fertilisation of outputs and ideas. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Modern lifestyles can make it challenging to exercise daily. While doing more takes individual resolve, governments can lend a helping hand by building environments and by providing access to facilities that can help make physical activity part of the daily routine. The EU-funded REPOPA project took research about physical activity to real-life policymaking to make a more active society a reality. [read more]
Greek scientists have developed a technology that allows them to obtain rare earth elements (REEs) from waste ore in an economical and environmentally friendly way. [read more]
The EU-funded ESTEEM2 project is connecting European researchers in Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) for materials science with state-of-the-art TEM instrumentation, methodology and tools. The result: new insight into the complex materials in everything from optics and electronics to lightweight parts in aircraft. [read more]