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The Coordinating Action Systems Medicine (CASyM) published its European implementation strategy for Systems Medicine outlining four core priority actions along with ten cross-cutting key areas and specific recommendations over a period of two, five and ten years. [read more]
A new approach proposed by JRC scientists results into a single indicator bringing together ecological costs, construction costs and the expected structural repair and downtime losses. [read more]
Mikel Bravo-Acha’s PhD thesis has focussed on the applications of optical fibre as a sensor. In the course of his research, conducted at the NUP/UPNA-Public University of Navarre, in the laboratory he monitored a sensor fitted to optical fibre 253 kilometres away. [read more]
387 innovative small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are on track to receive a total of €130.6 million in new grants from Horizon 2020, the EU's research and innovation funding programme. These are the latest results of calls under the €3 billion SME Instrument, launched under Horizon 2020 to help innovative small firms get ideas from the lab to the market and help generate growth and jobs for Europe. [read more]
The training provides a basic understanding of project management and administration issues in H2020 MSCAs. The focus of the day will specifically be on Innovative Training Networks (ITN), Individual Fellowships (IF) and Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE). The training can be followed via webcast. Please note the start is 9.30 Finnish time, so 8.30 CET if you are following the webcast. Kindly register here for the event and webcast by 13 April. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
The March edition of the TRIP Newsletter is now out and available here:http://bit.ly/1GnWV0o Ends [read more]
Mycotoxins - produced by fungi - contaminate about 25% of food crops worldwide, according to the latest estimates. Detecting contamination quickly and reliably is essential for food safety, as mycotoxins could be transferred to bread, for instance, making it unsafe to eat. The MYCOHUNT project developed a system that can sniff out mycotoxins almost immediately. It is expected to be on the market within two years. [read more]
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Neil Treat, coordinator of the CONDPOLYBLENDORD project, discusses his findings regarding the high innovation potential of organic semiconductors. [read more]
The aims of FIRM15 are the following: • mapping the problems and challenges regarding the innovative maintenance of transport infrastructure • sharing different visions of the future of infrastructure and • gaining a common understanding on roles of R&D&I in infrastructure, as well as describe emerging R&D&I solutions and their corresponding drivers and challenges. The programme is organised into five sessions - one engaging plenary, three technical sessions including a strategy viewpoint introduction from transport infrastructure owners, and one dynamic round table discussion on "Investing in innovative transport infrastructure, a critical matter at stake for European competitiveness and social cohesion", as well as a mini-expo of key partners and partners. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events