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Friday, 11 August 2017

11. Research Headlines - Making society more active through government policy

Modern lifestyles can make it challenging to exercise daily. While doing more takes individual resolve, governments can lend a helping hand by building environments and by providing access to facilities that can help make physical activity part of the daily routine. The EU-funded REPOPA project took research about physical activity to real-life policymaking to make a more active society a reality. [read more]

12. Success Stories - Trash To Treasure: How Can We Extract Valuable Resources From Production Waste?

Greek scientists have developed a technology that allows them to obtain rare earth elements (REEs) from waste ore in an economical and environmentally friendly way. [read more]

Thursday, 10 August 2017

13. Research Headlines - Connecting the dots for European materials researchers

The EU-funded ESTEEM2 project is connecting European researchers in Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) for materials science with state-of-the-art TEM instrumentation, methodology and tools. The result: new insight into the complex materials in everything from optics and electronics to lightweight parts in aircraft. [read more]

Wednesday, 09 August 2017

14. Research Headlines - Studying 'cosmic lighthouses' to understand the universe

EU-funded researchers are peering into the depths of the cosmos, studying distant stars to gain a better understanding of how our universe works, what the future of Earth and our solar system might be, and even whether there could be life elsewhere out there. [read more]

Tuesday, 08 August 2017

15. EU funded "Progress" Project - final conference - 27 September 2017

The Final Conference of PROGRESS will be organised in conjunction with the European Biotechnology Week, on Wednesday September 27th, 2017 from 9:30 am to 04:30 pm at the Hotel Crowne Plaza Brussels. The one-day conference will bring together experts and policy makers to discuss the current status and future of Industrial Biotechnology in Europe. Besides introducing the outcomes of the project, the objective is to allow further networking and enhance the broader awareness of the EU community at large on opportunities and gaps of Industrial Biotechnology. Registration is free of charge. [read more]

16. F4E moves ahead with ITER's Divertor Inner Vertical Target pre-qualification programme

The first stage of the pre-qualification of additional suppliers for ITER’s Divertor Inner Vertical Target manufacture has been completed. [read more]

17. Research Headlines - Embracing the children born of war

The war ends, the foreign soldiers depart, and some may well be leaving babies behind... Whether the father was friend or foe, the local women to whom these children are born often raise them in difficult circumstances. An EU-funded research project is shedding new light on an age-old phenomenon, with the aim of providing information that could feed into policies to help them. [read more]

Monday, 07 August 2017

18. Research Headlines - Insights tying bone cells to rheumatoid arthritis

An EU-funded project has generated new insights into the causes and development of rheumatoid arthritis, directing efforts towards earlier detection, prevention and the idea of inducing tolerance to this chronic and debilitating disease. Follow-up reearch includes new studies to further explore this 'tolerance' challenge and progress on a new antibody detecting device. [read more]

Friday, 04 August 2017

19. Research Headlines - Forecasting the impact of extreme weather on food security

Farming can be hit hard by extreme weather events such as drought, heatwaves and severe frosts. An EU-funded project has developed new modelling tools to better forecast the impact of extreme weather on agricultural production in Europe and beyond - important for protecting the global food supply. [read more]

20. Success Stories - Robots To The Rescue In Post-Disaster Recovery

After industrial accidents or natural disasters, the collection of information is crucial and robots can be precious allies to assist with this. [read more]

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