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Wednesday, 18 February 2015

111. Exploring the potential of new orbits for future space services

“Space has a huge impact on our lives,” says Prof. McInnes, “but it is invisible to us. It is amazing to think that a technology such as satellite navigation which thirty years ago was only available to the military is now embedded in our smartphones and available at the touch of a button. [read more]

112. How social media can improve emergency service responses

The EMERGENT project team are exploring how social media use can be integrated into emergency service response procedures during crisis situations. [read more]

113. Research Headlines - Powering towards collaborative maritime navigation

EU-funded researchers have developed a concept for a novel satellite-based navigation network to improve traffic flows and safety along Europe's congested maritime and inland waterways. Through the exchange of vessel data, the network could help reduce accidents and enable European ports to increase efficiency. [read more]

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

114. Image sensors that behave like biological retinas

The SEEBETTER project sought to better understand retinal vision and develop high-performance technology that could impact retinal prosthetics. [read more]

115. Lighting the way to an energy-efficient Europe

EU-funded researchers are developing state-of-the-art energy efficient lighting modules capable of bathing large areas in uniform light. [read more]

116. Press Centre - Estonian SMEs to Benefit from EU-Guaranteed Loans under Horizon 2020

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Estonia will get easier access to risk capital for financing innovation activities thanks to the new EU-backed loan guarantee facility. A deal signed today between LHV Pank, an Estonian Bank, and the European Investment Fund (EIF) will allow LHV Pank to enter into new loan agreements with innovative SMEs as well as Small Mid-caps for a total of €40m over the next two years. [read more]

117. Report on a meeting of projects funded in Global Systems Science (GSS)

On Wednesday November 19th the Global Systems Science (GSS) Cluster came together in the EC premises in Brussels, Belgium. More than 50 participants watched the presentations of the cluster’s projects and were engaged in an active and fruitful dialogue focusing on ideas’ and knowledge exchange, as well as on investigation of possible synergies amongst the presented projects. The report explores the way that Global Systems Science can illuminate the relationship between a policy and its effect. [read more]

118. Success Stories - Picking your moments: the science behind foraging in forests

Forests are not just a source of timber; mushrooms, berries, nuts and other gifts of nature play an important role in the bio-economy of forest regions and science is making a significant contribution to the exploitation of these rich resources. [read more]

Monday, 16 February 2015

119. European robotics projects... beyond the Robotics Unit at the ERF 2015

The potential of robotics spans across many different areas: from active and healthy ageing to space, mining and even gaming. This workshop, which takes place during the European Robotics Forum (#ERF), will present European projects in robotics belonging to other European Commission work programmes than the traditional robotics. Each project will present some of the main features of the funding scheme they used. It will be followed by a round table discussion. [read more]

120. From Tenerife to Trinidad: corals and climate change in the abyss

The group of researchers are using coral skeletons and sediments to analyse abrupt climate changes in the Atlantic over the past 30,000 years. The data collected also show how deep-sea ecosystems are affected by changes in the ocean such as the concentration of carbon dioxide and water circulation. The scientific crew transited from Tenerife to Trinidad, stopping at selected sites to dive down and collect data from undersea mountains, many of which had not been explored in any detail before. [read more]

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