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The workshop looked at the state of surveillance in this field, the views of the World health Organisation and the industry, and the international children accelerometer database. [read more]
Toyota and Hino Motors have begun testing a jointly-developed fuel cell bus in Tokyo, Japan. The brief test, which is taking place on public roads in the central and waterfront areas of the city, is designed to will help Toyota evaluate and improve the technology ahead of a possible market launch. [read more]
Speaking at the recent CAPS2015 conference, Anthony Dupont from RRI-ICT FORUM described how the project is working to analyse, support and promote responsible research and innovation. [read more]
The World Sustainability Forum (WSF) is a platform for researchers to present and engage with research-relevant stakeholders on issues relating to sustainability. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Marta Arniani from Sigma Orionis, coordinator of the CAPS2020 project, discusses to the concept of Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation (CAPS) and the recent CAPS conference in Brussels. [read more]
The POINT project successfully demonstrated the first IP-over-ICN-over-SDN implementation – a new architecture that promises a more content-centric approach for the future Internet. [read more]
The online catalogue featuring the exhibitors present at ICT 2015 is now published. [read more]
Stay up-to-date with the COST latest news and opportunities! [read more]
A publication outlining the main highlights and outcomes of the EU-funded SOCIOEC (Socio-Economic Effects of Management Measures of the future CFP) project is available to download via the project’s website: www.socioec.eu. SOCIOEC conducted a comprehensive analysis of current and emerging management measures relating to the European Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). [read more]
Europe's smaller agri-businesses will soon be able to tell whether their products are within the EU's strict limits for pesticide residues without having to send samples to the laboratory. This is because an EU-funded project has developed a rapid, easy-to-use portable biosensor that offers testing up to 10 times cheaper than conventional means. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation