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The focus of the Conference is on the scientific and practical challenges of the accession to the EU and its enlargement, especially those related to the future accession of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Western Balkan countries. Contacts: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
At the 6th European Innovation Summit held in Brussels, 17-20 November, COST organized a highly informative breakfast debate on the topic of ‘Bottom-up versus Top-down innovation – How much funneling and prescription can ingenuity endure?’ [read more]
The compendium to the Transport Research & Innovation Portal (TRIP) presents an overview of transport research and funding organisations in the European Research Area. The hardcopy version that was published in 2013 is now updated and available in an digitial mapping environment. Relevant organisations involved in transport research and funding are presented on the map of Europe. You are kindly invited to use the tool to see who is where! [read more]
This article explains how ICT can help people with Down’s syndrome become more independent in their daily lives. It is about an EU research project (POSEIDON), developing visual and touch apps. [read more]
Published on: 02-December-2014 EUREKA has published a series of leaflets explaining the services offered to researchers and innovators by two of its technology-specific, networking platforms, read more]
Published on: 02-December-2014 The European Commission has now adopted Partnership Agreements with all28 Member States, outlining their investment plans for European Structural and Investment F (...) [read more]
EU-funded researchers have produced groundbreaking proposals to prevent railway suicides and reduce service disruption. The proposals, if adopted, could not only save lives, but also money and time for both railway companies and passengers, they say. [read more]
Climate change is global - but affects people locally. An EU-funded project is giving Mediterranean businesses and local governments the information they need to plan ahead by taking the impact of local climate change into account. The project is also helping to build a Europe-wide climate information service. [read more]
Composite materials have become increasingly important in improving our quality of life as they are widely used in flight vehicles, cars, boats, pipelines, buildings, roads, bridges, and dozens of other products. More and more, researchers are finding new ways to improve the numerous qualities of composites so they may be strong, lightweight, durable and cheap to produce. [read more]
Published on: 02-December-2014 The EUREKA office in Germany just launched an updated German EUREKA office website, aiming to i (...) [read more]