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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]
The latest research*eu results magazine is now available in free, accessible PDF. [read more]
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]
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]
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]
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Belgium will get easier access to risk capital thanks to a new EU-backed loan guarantee facility under the Horizon 2020 programme. A deal, signed today by the European Investment Fund (EIF) with Belfius Belgium, will allow the bank to enter into new loan agreements with SMEs as well as Small Mid-caps for a total of €100 million over the next two years. [read more]
If you are at risk of developing diabetes, it will come as no surprise if your doctor suggests you keep an eye on your weight and step up your physical activity. A number of lifestyle aspects are known to play a role. Other insights are only just emerging: new EU-funded research highlights the importance of living in sync with your body clock. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
Early clinical trials of an innovative new therapeutic protein could one day lead to better treatment for Anaemia of Chronic Disease patients. [read more]