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New medical tech brings hope in fight against Alzheimer's Living longer means more chronic conditions and especially neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. The causes of neurodegenerative diseases are poorly understood, but a Eurostars-funded project can provide a solution. [read more]
Source: EUREKA Success stories
Opening a new chapter in the field of Diagnostics that will help us study and control ITER’s incredibly powerful plasma. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
Patients who are found to suffer from cardiovascular diseases often have long years of treatment ahead of them and are urged to drastically change their lifestyle. But what is probably the most difficult part of the process is the return home where old habits die hard. A new technology relying on remote sensors could soon make post-CVD-event life a whole lot easier. Quality validation date: 2014-07-23 [read more]
Published on: 23-July-2014 EUREKA Clusters are public-private partnerships which aim to foster research and development in strategically important areas or encourage standardisation processes. Cl (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
Together with the Directorate General for Energy, the JRC has recently published the first report measuring the progress of smart meters deployment across the EU against the 80% target by 2020. Member States commitments represent to date, a total potential investment of €45 billion.Smart meters are essential for consumers; they allow an accurate billing through the communication between the electricity meters recording the actual consumption and the monitoring utility. [read more]
The scientific community has expressed an increased need for radiation sources capable of producing ultrashort pulses, with extreme brightness and coherence. In fact, this according to experts is where the future lies in terms of new materials characterisation, life science applications, drug development and many other applications. [read more]
EU researchers have developed new techniques to boost antioxidant levels in raspberries. Their work will help farmers grow healthier raspberries, for your table, your picnic basket and for markets worldwide. [read more]
Dr. Veronica Grieneisen, from the Computational and Systems Biology Department of the John Innes Centre, and Prof. Yaochu Jin, from the Department of Computing of the University of Surrey,two UK partners of the SWARM-ORGAN project team, appeared on BBC Radio 4's weekly science show "Frontiers". They discussed how understanding genetic regulatory networks of cells and biological development influences research into developing swarm robots, as well as the challenges and aims of working with actual robots. To listen to the full episode of Frontiers: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b047zrlc [read more]
“If you have an idea for a business, it does not need to be a mind-blowing innovation; it just needs to solve a problem you understand well” says Cypriot entrepreneur Yiannis Gavrielides, co-founder of Covve. Find out how Covve has turned a simple concept into a useful product with the potential to be an important business facilitator. [read more]
A successful business comes from a bright idea and a great team. Goldee is a shining example of that…literally [read more]