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Wednesday, 30 July 2014

1. Fast track to innovation programme roll-out announced for January 2015

Published on: 30-July-2014 The adoption last week of the updated 2014-2015 Horizon 2020 work programme confirms the amounts for the actions to be implemented through next year's EU budget. Main novelties include five researc (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

2. In-depth study shows clear evidence that Danish/EU innovation support programmes deliver growth

Published on: 30-July-2014 A recent report by the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation, hosting part of EUREKA’s activities in Denmark analyses for the first time the combined impact of the different el (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

3. Research Headlines - How our environment can shape us

In Europe, reproductive health problems in men such as poor semen quality, testicular cancer, and genital birth defects are common. These issues seem to be the result of maldevelopment and malfunction in the testes of the foetus, the so-called testicular dysgenesis syndrome (TDS), which evidence suggests may be caused by exposure to environmental chemicals. [read more]

4. Success Stories - Farmers 1 - fruit flies 0

Farmers around the world are united in their loathing of fruit flies. A new warning system developed by an EU-funded project to alert them of imminent infestation could save struggling farmers both time and money – and cut down on pesticide use. Two companies are preparing to commercialise the results. [read more]

Tuesday, 29 July 2014


Controlling water quality in the age of pollution and natural disasters An international project uniting researchers from France and Switzerland allowed for the development of a complete monitoring solution for the quality of our most important resource: water. [read more]

6. Cultural Literacy in Europe

First International Conference London, 16-18 April 2015 [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

8. ICT Proposers&039; Day 2014: Health Data & Modelling and ICT for Integrated Care

Passionate about the future of health care? Looking to find out more about Horizon 2020 funding, network with potential partners and discuss ideas? Come to Florence for ICT Proposers' Day 2014 and sign up to the Health Data & Modelling and ICT for Integrated Care Networking Sessions! [read more]

9. Research Headlines - At the threshold of personalised cancer treatment

New tumour profiling methods developed by EU-funded researchers aim to help doctors adjust treatments for colorectal cancer to the specific needs of an individual patient. The methods are currently at the trial stage and could be in use in clinics within three years. [read more]

10. Success Stories - Stepping up the fight against food contamination

They may sound exotic or obscure to most of us, but they are an integral part of our everyday lives, whether we know about them or not. Known as perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), they are chemical compounds which are used in a wide variety of industrial products, from food and drink packaging to fire-fighting foams, to dirt- or water-proofing treatments for carpets or clothing. The drawback is that these chemicals have now spread throughout the environment. Often the contamination originates in the effluent from wastewater treatment carried out at industrial or municipal sites. [read more]

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