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Thursday, 04 December 2014

111. Researchers develop a new two-stroke engine, notable for its low consumption and low level of pollutant emissions

The main feature of the Spanish, French and Czech researchers' work is the reduction in the engine’s weight and size, which results in a high specific power, using only two cylinders instead of the four used in the four-stroke engines currently on the market. [read more]

112. Senior citizens help researchers design friendly banking interfaces

A European consortium has designed friendly banking ATM, mobile, TV and web interfaces in order to boost the access of senior citizens to these services. [read more]

113. Success Stories - Promising technologies to reduce power plant emissions

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology has the potential to help the European Union (EU) significantly cut its greenhouse gas emissions. However, efficient and reliable pre-combustion capture technologies that can reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from fossil fuel power plants at low cost are still missing. [read more]

114. Success Stories - Uniting experts in accelerator technology

Physicists use particle accelerators to study the nature of matter and energy. These large machines guide charged particles through a magnetic field in a hollow evacuated tube and accelerate them by an electric field. [read more]

115. Trending science: New human protein map could help pinpoint cancer genes

Scientists have published the world’s largest index of human protein interactions, which could help identify cancer genes. [read more]

116. World trends in R&D private investment. Facts and figures

European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 04 December 2014 The European Commission published today its 2014 EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard. The Scoreboard is based on a sample of 2500 companies, the world's top investors in Research and Development (R&D) and equivalent to about 90% of the total expenditure on... [read more]

Wednesday, 03 December 2014

117. A step forward in personalised, targeted cancer treatment

An EU-funded clinical trial is underway to see if personalised vaccines targeting individual patient needs can lead to better survival rates. [read more]

118. F4E Top Management changes

Dr Pietro Barabaschi to be appointed Acting Director from 1 March 2015. [read more]

119. First-ever Final Design Review completed for ITER’s Electron Cyclotron system

The first ever Final Design Review (FDR) for the ITER Electron Cyclotron (EC) system has been completed. [read more]

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