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Thursday, 04 December 2014

101. Biosensors will benefit from new method to produce membranes

European collaboration has taken a significant step in the production of biological membranes. [read more]

102. CommNet Impact Awards winners announced!

The winners of the CommNet Impact Awards were announced last night at the CommNet event: Building the Bioeconomy – Creating Impact through Communication: CommNet’s 3rd Bioeconomy Forum & Final Conference - Dialogues, Debates, Awards at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Brussels, Belgium. [read more]

103. December 2014 Newsletter now online

Stay up-to-date with the COST latest news and opportunities! [read more]

104. EU companies must boost R&D investment to stay globally competitive - 04 Dec 2014

Investment in research and development by companies based in the EU grew by 2.6% in 2013, despite the unfavourable economic environment. However, this growth has slowed in comparison to the previous year's 6.8%. It is also below the 2013 world average (4.9%), and lags behind companies based in the US (5%) and Japan (5.5%). [read more]

105. Energy efficiency you can count on

New ENBUS! smartphone app helps home owners on the way to energy efficiency [read more]

106. Helicopter steering innovation could herald new era for aerial transport

EU-funded researchers are behind a new helicopter steering mechanism that could open the door to ‘flying cars’ and decrease traffic congestion. [read more]

107. Milestones in Human-Machine Cooperation

Just a little over a year has passed since BBC News ranked the Robo-Mate exoskeleton at No. 2,right after the announcement of the new iPhone, and major technical progress has been made on several fronts. [read more]

108. Neurodegenerative disease research in Europe gets it together

Landmark call for research announced for neurodegenerative diseases [read more]

109. Non-slip materials for longer-lasting, moisture-resistant flooring

The IK4-TEKNIKER R&D centre is participating in the SlipSafe Project along with another eleven European organisations to improve the non-slip properties of flooring. The project, which has a budget of € 2.7M, is seeking to combine new materials and smart processes that resist moisture and atmospheric changes [read more]

110. Research Headlines - Electric cars in the driving seat

An Italian-led European consortium is piloting an assembly line for a small electric car developed in an EU-funded project. The vehicle sets new standards for quality, efficiency and safety in the booming market for 'micro' electric vehicles. [read more]

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