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This event will showcase examples of times EF/ESIF and FP7/H2020 funds combined to leverage the impact of R&I investments. It will also analyse key success factors in creating synergies, as well as barriers to creating synergies. It is a very practical workshop aimed at: • national and/or regional authorities• universities• local industry• research and technology centres• development and innovation agencies• all other stakeholders who work closely in the field of realising synergies This workshop is based on the need to fully exploit opportunities for synergies by combining funds from EU Framework programmes and Structural Funds. This is done under the framework of Smart Specialisation (RIS3) and for the fulfilment of Cohesion Policy. [read more]
This device will qualify the ITER Plasma Position Reflectometry (PPR) system which will evaluate the position and shape of the plasma. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
Efforts to establish a robust hydrogen-based transport sector in Europe must be underpinned by an equally healthy manufacturing industry for essential hydrogen-powered vehicle components. [read more]
The EuroGUCH 2017 meeting is the most prestigious conference on adult congenital heart disease in Europe, organized under the auspices of the working group on grown-up congenital heart disease of the European Society of Cardiology. The meeting will cover important and burning topics in adult congenital heart disease and will have an international faculty including many European opinion leaders in the field. [read more]
For the second year running, the Delegation of the European Union to Japan, together with Member State embassies, European research institutions and Japanese partners will put on a number of exciting activities showcasing Europe-Japan joint research projects and featuring talks by some of the foremost experts on topics related to the themes of this year's Science Agora. The EU Delegation will host several events, like: - Inauguration: European Participation in Science Agora 2016 (4 November) - Booth: Europa Science House (3 & 6 November) - Agora Keynote Session: Arts, Science, Technology and Creativity (5 November) The full list of events co-organised by the EU Delegation in Japan can be found here [read more]
Nanoscale modelling software developed by an EU-funded project aims to accelerate the discovery of novel materials and chemical processes - a boost to Europe's industrial innovation and competitiveness. [read more]
Bringing together an international team of coral reef scientists, an EU-funded project is generating crucial insights into reef ecosystems that may contribute to the conservation of these environmentally, socially and economically important habitats. [read more]
“In order to optimise the added value from investments funded wholly or in part through the budget of the Union in the field of research and innovation, synergies should be sought in particular between the operation of ESIF and H2020, as set up in Regulation (EU) No 1291/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council, whilst respecting their distinct objectives.” Source: Common Provisions Regulation (CPR), 17 December 2013. The content of this workshop stems from the need to fully exploit the opportunities for synergies combining funds from EU Framework programmes and Structural Funds, under the framework of Smart Specialisation (RIS3) for the fulfillment of Cohesion Policy. [read more]
City dwellers will be interested to know that their children are five times more likely to develop asthma or allergies, respiratory conditions that will affect around half of the European population before 2025 and remain, so far, without a cure. The ERC project HERA, led by Prof. von Mutius, from LMU Munich, focuses on what determines this type of protection. [read more]
Source: European Research Council
If you're among the growing ranks of entrepreneurs launching start-ups, you have probably already discovered how complicated, time-consuming and expensive it is to search patent databases to check if your bright idea is really new. European researchers are solving the problem with innovative search technology that will soon be implemented commercially. [read more]