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The H2020 MycoKey project first international event for the food and feed safety community is foreseen in Ghent, Belgium from 11 to 14 September 2017. Food safety experts will join the 3 days conference to discuss about the emerging issues related to mycotoxins menace in the world, also focusing on food and feed chains. The Conference is organized by UGENT, partner of MycoKey Consortium, in strict collaboration with MyToolBox, the complementary project funded by H2020 under the same call SFS 13-2015. Main topics: • Global impact of mycotoxins • Biodiversity and toxigenic fungi monitoring • Mycotoxin analytical challenges • Prevention Animal health and toxicology I • mpact of climate change • Challenges for developing countries • Remediation and intervention • Human health and toxicology • Modelling & ICT solutions [read more]
The partners of the Horizon 2020 funded project Vision and Roadmap for European Raw Materials – VERAM cordially invite you to participate in the VERAM Experts’ Workshop, which will take place on 13 June 2017, in Brussels. The event will be hosted ahead of the next Research and Innovation Framework Programme (FP9) of the European Commission (EC), and the new mandate of the European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials (EIP RM) undertaken by the Directorate General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (DG GROW). A long-term 2050 vision and roadmap is crucial to achieving European economic growth and restructuring. [read more]
Overwhelming majority vote underlines renewed confidence on ITER project and F4E [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
The Institute of Sciences of Food Production – National Research Councilof Italy (ISPA-CNR), under the aegis of the MycoKey project (http://www.mycokey.eu/) and the International Society for Mycotoxicology (ISM), is hosting a 4 days Workshop-Training Course from 16 to 19 October, 2017. The course aims at training smart, integrated, sustainable solutions and innovative tools to manage and reduce the major mycotoxins (aflatoxins, fumonisins, trichothecenes and ochratoxin A) in economically important food and feed chains (maize, wheat, barley, dried fruits and grape) in pre and post-harvest. [read more]
Autonomous cargo ships could provide a safer, greener and more cost efficient means of moving goods around the world. And while further development is needed, they are feasible, say EU-funded researchers. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
Engineers in Europe and China collaborate to deliver five out of the six massive magnets. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
We spend up to 90% of our lives indoors. Yet the air quality inside buildings has been shown to be 2 to 5 times poorer than outdoors. This can also true for modern energy efficient buildings due to increased insulation levels and greater air tightness. The event will be an opportunity for policy makers, industries, building designers and academia to learn how innovative eco-materials can help address both indoor air quality and energy efficiency in buildings, and discuss how best to bring those innovations to the market. Participation is free of charge, however registration is required (please use the registration button on the right hand side). [read more]
Seals that prevent leaks between moving machine parts could soon last longer and be more energy-efficient. An EU-funded project's techniques mould rubber and plastic dynamic seals with surface texture, making the SMEs manufacturing them more competitive. [read more]
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 27 April 2017 The European Commission published today the Urban Water Atlas for Europe. The publication – the first of its kind – shows how different water management choices, as well as other factors such as waste management, climate change and even our food... [read more]
The MIME project answers the Commission's request for analysis and practical orientationsregarding the handling of individual and societal multilingualism in a time of change. Theproject presents several notable features. In particular, it is focused on the public policyaspects of multilingualism, and aims to provide useful conceptual tools, helping decisionmakers to weigh the pros and cons of various strategies for handling the multilingualchallenge in a variety of contexts. It is also deeply interdisciplinary and combines the inputsof no less than ten different disciplines. This event is primarily destined for people whose work in politics, policy or administrationleads them to ponder the advantages and drawbacks of alternative language policy choices. [read more]