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Friday, 13 May 2016

91. Research Headlines - Catching the tide for marine observation

Satellite and in situ data can tell us a lot about the state of the seas, but scientists are not yet able to exploit these data to their full potential. An EU-funded project looked into enriching Europe's marine data products and services - such as those revealing the chemical make-up of our oceans. [read more]

Thursday, 12 May 2016

92. European Science Foundation announces appointment of new Chief Executive, Dr Jean-Claude Worms

Monday 9 May 2016: Dr Jean-Claude Worms has been appointed Chief Executive of the Strasbourg based European Science Foundation (ESF). With over 22 years’ experience in research management, Dr Worms leads the organisation as it completes the re-alignment of its service offering. ESF is now... [read more]

94. Research Headlines - A more efficient aero-engine to reduce aviation's carbon footprint

The EU-funded LEMCOTEC project used a technological approach to build a more efficient aero-engine, helping to ensure Europe's aviation sector not only reaches its ambitious carbon emission targets, but exceeds them. [read more]

95. Scientific Advice Mechanism - Conference: Science and Policy Making: towards a new dialogue

A two-day conference will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th September 2016. Jointly organised by the European Commission and the International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA), the conference will bring together users and providers of scientific advice on critical, global issues. [read more]

96. Success Stories - An international career to push the frontiers of epigenetics

With her degree in biology, Dr Maria-Elena Torres-Padilla left Mexico and embarked on an international career in epigenetics. She completed her PhD at the Pasteur Institute in Paris and then moved to Cambridge University. In 2006 she joined IGBMC in Strasbourg where she is currently a group leader. Supported by an ERC grant, she studies the mechanisms controlling embryonic cellular plasticity with the aim of shedding new light on today's fertility issues. [read more]

97. Two massive tanks ready for the ITER cryoplant

F4E, ITER IO, Air Liquide and Chart Ferox celebrate an important milestone. [read more]

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