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Here are some tips to improve your Eurostars application form. [read more]
F4E and Assystem UK roll up their sleeves to shape tomorrow’s tooling. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
EUREKA has released further information related to its recently published Call for Tender referring to the Impact Assessment of EUREKA Network Projects and Clusters Projects. EUREKA envisages a budget of between €250,000 and €300,000 to cover all items necessary for the successful execution of the contract, including all data access fees. [read more]
In a recent debate in the European Parliament, the state secretary for education, culture and science, Sander Dekker, said the Dutch presidency would encourage member states to invest more in research and innovation, through a smart regulatory framework, made attractive to researchers with an "open science with open access" approach. The statement is reflected in the Netherlands EU presidency work programme that defines Europe as an innovator and job creator as one of the priorities of the coming months. [read more]
Train travel is one of the safest modes of transport. For it to remain so, regular inspection and maintenance of train axles is vital to ensuring the structural integrity of wheelsets. The EU-funded AXLEINSPECT project has developed new ultrasonic inspection technology that makes check-ups both easier and more reliable than conventional methods. [read more]
With more than 1.250 high level participants, Industrial Technologies 2016 will be Europe's largest networking event in the field of new production technologies, materials, nanotechnology, biotechnology and digitalisation. Join Industrial Technologies and experience three days of plenary and interactive sessions, inspiring keynote speakers, case studies, eye-opening site visits and numerous opportunities to get in contact with new business partners. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
A clay pot, an arrowhead, a delicately carved bone bead - taken in isolation, the artefacts of bygone ages don't convey much information to the untrained observer. Immersive 3D technologies are opening up new ways to provide context for individual objects, or across entire cultural heritage sites. An EU-funded project is advancing key techniques. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
The ABIOMATER project will explore how magnetically controlled metamaterials - engineered materials with properties not found in nature - could be used to improve medical devices and implants, upgrading treatment options for patients. From lenses to tissue engineering, the team plans prototypes within three years. [read more]
In the framework of the EUREKA Innovation Week 2016, organised and hosted by the Swedish EUREKA Chairmanship at the Stockholm City Conference Centre, EUREKA Clusters will organise various thematic meetings and events on April 28-29 around the general theme of “Smart cities”. In total, round 600 delegates will attend the event, which allows networking with companies from Sweden, Scandinavia, Europe, Canada and South Korea. [read more]
Unfortunately the threat of a terrorist attack on an aeroplane is today a real threat to airline security. The EU-funded FLY-BAG2 project has developed a technology that enables aeroplanes to survive a Lockerbie-type explosion scenario. The bomb-resistant bags are ready to be manufactured and installed. [read more]