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The 70 pieces of equipment for the ITER magnets have been successfully manufactured. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
Join us to discuss how to ensure that publicly funded bioeconomy research has a positive impact on society in the European Parliament on 28 June. The Dinner Debate will be hosted by Lieve Wierinck MEP. This event will give you the opportunity to debate the barriers to achieving impact from research results, the most appropriate ways to support result commercialisation, and the necessary features of the Horizon 2020 follow-up programme. [read more]
Increasing global consumption and climate change put pressure on our current economic model. Today around 50% of costs in the manufacturing sector are related to raw materials, energy and water used in industrial processes. Optimising the use of resources is therefore one of the main challenges the manufacturing industry is facing today. But improving resource efficiency is not only crucial from an environmental point of view; it also proves highly profitable for the economic competitiveness of manufacturing industries. [read more]
OPTICS project's final public event will be held on June 12-13, 2017 in Brussels at EUROCONTROL. The event will address the key question, “Is safety research making us safer?”. OPTICS FINAL DISSEMINATION EVENT — IS SAFETY RESEARCH MAKING US SAFER? Presenters from the European Commission, EASA, FAA, NASA, SESAR, the European Passenger Federation, Future Sky Safety and EUROCONTROL, along with representatives from each main segment of the aviation spectrum – airlines, airports, air traffic organisations, and airframe manufacturers – will address this key question, highlighting some of the key research results and ongoing research activities that aim to ensure we not only remain the safest mode of transport, but continue to improve safety even as capacity and aerial vehicle diversity increase. [read more]
EU-funded researchers have been recognised for their ground-breaking work on recovering and reusing waste material in nuclear fusion reactors. They developed and demonstrated new membrane technologies capable of decontaminating waste and extracting valuable tritium for re-use. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
Comprehensive new databases of migration flows and policy data since World War II highlight how some policy choices have had unintended effects. [read more]
Scientists at a research facility in the German city of Berlin dream of clothing that produces energy as we walk. They have combined very different nanomaterials into so-called energy harvesters. [read more]
School meals don't matter only to kids and their parents. Like other services within the scope of public sector food procurement, they also matter economically. Determination to source produce locally and sustainably can make all the difference to a region's farmers, as can labels protecting its specialities. An EU-funded project is connecting the dots. [read more]
The core of ITER’s first Toroidal Field coil is ready thanks to F4E and its industrial partners [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
This one day conference will serve to disseminate successful European Research and Innovation (R&I) initiatives and contribute to the ongoing science-policy dialogue in the area of Nutrition and Security (FNS). The conference will provide a stakeholder platform for a science policy dialogues to assess the current state of European research, innovation and investment, and explore furture needs relevant to: • Sustainable and healthy nutrition; • climate-resilience and environmental sustainability; • circularity and resource efficienty; and • food system innovation and empowerment of communities. The conference is free of charge and will be open to researchers, policy makers, funders and investors, policy makers and public authorities, industry, entrepreneurs, students and civil society representatives. [read more]