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Take a look at the Horizon Prizes web site to see which challenge you might take up ...

• Better use of Antibiotics • Breaking the optical transmission barriers
• Materials for clean air • Collaborative Spectrum Sharing • Food scanner

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Focus on European research!

6 May 2010, Brussels, Flagey

European research will be in the spotlight on Thursday 6 May at Flagey's Studio 4, as part of the Nobel Laureate week organised for the Free University of Brussels' (ULB's) 175th anniversary (3-7 May).

From 15:30 to 18:00, two audiovisual co-productions will be broadcast: "Tara - Voyage to the heart of the climate machine" and "Welcome to the nanoworld – Nano's around us".

From 18:00 to 20:00, Christian Du Brulle (Le Soir) will moderate a forum for the general public on European research: Objective 2020: 20 Nobel Prize laureates from Europe? The forum will bring together Eric Maskin, Nobel Prize for Economics 2007 and Ronald Inglehart, a political scientist, as well as two grantees from the European Research Council, and international PhD students and young researchers.


Environment - General | Environment - Climate Change | Nanosciences, nanotechnologies