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Monday, 13 July 2015

91. Press Centre - First loan under InnovFin Infectious Diseases provides €10 million to improve HIV monitoring

A breakthrough HIV testing device that could be a major help in the battle against HIV/AIDS will be further developed and brought closer to widespread use thanks to an EU loan of €10 million from the new InnovFin Infectious Diseases instrument. [read more]

92. Success Stories - Home-grown rubber to keep tyres turning

EU-funded research has shown that natural rubber from home-grown dandelions and guayule could be used for tyres. Researchers and industry are now working together to scale up production - paving the way for Europe to reduce its dependence on rubber imports and to boost competitiveness. [read more]

Friday, 10 July 2015

95. Events - EVENT date fixed - Interested in EU funding? Did you know that you have to comply with article 32?

This event addresses all beneficiaries and potential applicants of H2020 contracts/projects who need to comply with article 32 stipulating the obligation to take measures to implement the European Charter and Code (C & C) for the benefit of all researchers and their institution. [read more]

96. Issue 44 of the research*eu results magazine: Where science meets security

The latest research*eu results magazine is now available in free, accessible PDF. [read more]

98. Neutrons show that 260 million years ago the Pristerodon could already hear airborne sound

A recent study by means of neutron tomography revealed that some forerunners of mammals were already able to hear airborne sound, because these animals already possessed an eardrum at the lower jaw, an impedance matching middle ear and a small cochlea. [read more]

99. New thermoelectric materials based on thin films of chromium nitride (CrN)

CiQUS researchers have published a study in Advanced Materials which shows a 250 % increase of the thermoelectric conversion efficiency of a CrN thin film compared with the bulk material. This work paves the way for a new generation of thermoelectric materials based on oxides and nitrides. [read more]

100. Options for the review of the EC nanomaterial definition published - 10 Jul 2015

The JRC has published science-based options to improve the clarity and the practical application of the EC recommendation on the definition of a nanomaterial. [read more]

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