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Tuesday, 16 December 2014

51. STEPMAN – A well progressing FP7 project in validation phase

STEPMAN project (286887) running from November 2011 is supported by the Seventh Framework Program (FP7) under the Research for the Benefit of SME Associations scheme. From 9 European countries 10 participants (3 associations, 3 small and medium enterprises and 4 research institutions) collaborate to realize the project over 39 months with the aim to create a system facilitating bidirectional communication throughout the CAx chain used by SMEs within SME association groups. [read more]

52. Visit the EU's stand (Number 30) at Ireland's BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, Dublin - 8-10 January 2015, Dublin, Ireland

This year, the EU stand in the World of Science and Technology (Stand number 30 in the Industries Hall) has a special focus on Food Research - so drop in and find out more about what the EU is doing in the area of Food Research - we look forward to meeting you! Every day there will be interactive areas where you can: • Test your knowledge about food and exercise by taking part in the 'Food4Me Quiz'. You will be surprised at what you learn and could even take home a prize! • Learn how packaging protects our food and how we can protect the environment when we dispose of it in the correct way. [read more]

Monday, 15 December 2014

53. 12th International Conference of Young Scientists on ENergy Issues (CYSENI 2015) - 27-28 May 2015, Kaunas, Lithuania

The Local Organizing Committee is pleased to invite Ph. D. students, postdocs, master students and all other young scientists doing research on energy issues to participate in the 12th Annual International Conference of Young Scientists on Energy Issues - CYSENI 2015. The Conference aims at: • providing an opportunity to present the up-to-date research results and to familiarise with the colleagues’ research; • providing an opportunity to make contacts with the colleagues from Lithuanian and foreign scientific research institutions; • providing an opportunity to get the review (prepared by the senior researchers) on the submitted paper; • providing an opportunity to review the papers of other Conference participants; • developing skills of the young scientists to present their own ideas and research results, discuss over various scientific topics. [read more]

54. EU backs 328 top early-career researchers with €485 million

European Commission - Press release Brussels, 15 December 2014 The European Research Council (ERC) has selected 328 first class scientists to receive its prestigious Starting Grants, worth up to €2 million each. The awarded €485 million contributes to supporting a new generation of top scientists in Europe developing so-called "blue... [read more]

55. Research Headlines - EU research helps fish farmers become more competitive

Aquaculture holds the promise of reducing the need to catch wild fish. Global demand for fish is increasing, putting many species in danger from overfishing. Fish farming, or aquaculture, is taking some of the pressure off these stocks - half of the fish consumed globally is now produced at fish farms. [read more]

56. Stress Biology and Crop Fertility Conference - 18-22 March 2015, Sorrento, Italy

We are pleased to announce the 3rd Conference organized in the framework of the SPOT-ITN project (Marie Curie Actions, Initial Training Network, EU Grant Agreement No 289220). The conference will bring together approximately 20 speakers of outstanding international reputation and different background covering various scientific aspects and the young scientists of the SPOT-ITN consortium. Speakers will provide an overview of recent developments and approaches in the field and will share with the audience their thoughts and ideas for future avenues in their research. We hope this symposium will attract not only established scientists, but also international graduate students and postdocs interested in the field. Topics include: Global Stress Response - Hormone Signalling - Sexual Plant Reproduction - Epigenetic Regulation of Plant Reproduction - Metabolic, Proteomic and Genomic Networks in Stress and Development. [read more]

57. Tackling tiny mites to bring major benefits to egg suppliers

A collaborative pan-European research effort to rid laying hens of a common disease-spreading pest has just been launched. [read more]

Friday, 12 December 2014

58. Brand new photos from the ITER construction site

See the progress of the Assembly Hall building and the Tokamak complex. [read more]

59. CORDIS Express: The wealth in our waste

This edition of CORDIS Express covers the ongoing research projects and related news and events that are turning waste into a resource. [read more]

60. ERC speakers take TEDx Brussels by storm!

Five ERC-funded researchers took to the stage at TEDx Brussels last week, inspiring the 2000-strong crowd with their fascinating research projects. [read more]

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