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Members of the TRIP team will be attending the 2nd European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility http://bit.ly/1JxOLDQ [read more]
The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) is seeking proposals for projects led by businesses that will deliver significant reductions in CO2 or other emissions. [read more]
Real-life disaster scenarios have awakened the robotics community to the limitations of existing emergency-response robots. This edition of CORDIS Express highlights the EU-funded researchers that are redoubling efforts to ensure that disaster response robots can better support rescue workers in future emergencies. [read more]
Following the adoption of Directive 2014/94/EU on thedeployment of alternative fuels infrastructurethe European Commission announces the creation of the Sustainable Transport Forum (STF). [read more]
The European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) offers scientists and researchers borderless access to distributed computing infrastructures. [read more]
Dr Nicole van Nes, coordinator of the UDRIVE project, details the project objectives, benefits and achievements so far. [read more]
EU-funded researchers are adapting smart materials to make ships more comfortable, safe and economically and environmentally efficient for shipbuilders, operators and passengers. [read more]
Giving citizens a greater role in science can deliver the vision of "science for the people, by the people" for Europe. [read more]
The world’s first solar road is generating more electricity than expected six months after being launched, according to Dutch engineers. [read more]
The EU-funded TIRAMISU project uses robots and UAVs to disarm and dispose of anti-personnel landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXOs), which commonly threaten post-conflict development and welfare. [read more]