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Friday, 09 January 2015

131. ‘Save the Planet’ 2015 opens new opportunities in waste management sector in SE Europe 11-13 March, Sofia, Bulgaria

‘Save the Planet’ - Waste Management, Recycling, Environment - Conference and Exhibition for South-East Europe [read more]

132. €30 million to scale-up global research on neurodegenerative diseases

The EU Joint Programme - Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND) in partnership with the European Commission has launched the ‘JPco-fuND’ call for proposals aimed at supporting transnational research collaborations in three JPND priority areas: Longitudinal Cohort Approaches; Advanced Experimental Models; Risk and Protective Factors. The call will see more than 30 million euro being made available by JPND member countries, with a 10 million euro European Commission “topping up” fund. [read more]

Thursday, 08 January 2015

133. How could space weather impact financial services? - 08 Jan 2015

Financial services could be disrupted in case of a severe space weather event, due to their dependency on accurate timing often provided by Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). A report published by the JRC addresses the potential impact, in particular the effect of a GNSS services loss on timing systems and the sector’s vulnerability. Awareness among operators and regulators worldwide is currently limited and resilience across the financial services sector needs to be built, authors say. [read more]

134. Research Headlines - Innovative research on CO2 capture for a sustainable energy future

Global warming, largely caused by increases in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, has a major impact on biodiversity and climatic conditions on Earth. One of the answers to the growing concerns surrounding man-caused greenhouse gas emissions is the development of carbon capture and storage technology (CCS). [read more]

135. Trending science: We may have discovered most Earth-like planet beyond our solar system

A team of astronomers announced on Tuesday that they may have discovered the most Earth-like planet ever found outside our solar system. [read more]

Wednesday, 07 January 2015

136. Developing soil management strategies for every corner of Europe

By combining local knowledge with global expertise, EU-funded researchers are developing solutions to protect different soils across Europe. [read more]

137. Events - SAVE THE DATE! Aerodays on 20-23 October 2015 in London, UK - 20-22 October 2015, Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London, UK

Aerodays is the European Commission flagship event in Aviation research and innovation taking place once during each EU Research Framework Programme. The goal is to share achievements of collaborative research and innovation in Aeronautics and Air Transport within Europe and in world-wide international co-operation. For this edition - in the course of Horizon 2020 the EU Framework Programme 2014-2020 - five key themes based on Europe’s Vision for Aviation ‘Flightpath 2050‘ and subsequent work of ACARE: efficient and seamless mobility; Competitiveness of Industry; Greening of Aviation; Safety & Security; Skills for Breakthroughs. [read more]

138. Rescuecell stimulation exercise yields excellent results

In the margins of the Month 21 Meeting, Rescuecell – a portable kit for detecting people trapped and buried in collapsed buildings, ruins and avalanches – was put to the test in a stimulation exercise in Thessaloniki, Greece. [read more]

139. SAVE THE DATE! Aerodays 2015 - 20-23 October 2015, Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London, UK

Aerodays is the European Commission flagship event in Aviation research and innovation taking place once during each EU Research Framework Programme. The goal is to share achievements of collaborative research and innovation in Aeronautics and Air Transport within Europe and in world-wide international co-operation. For this edition - in the course of Horizon 2020 the EU Framework Programme 2014-2020 - five key themes based on Europe’s Vision for Aviation ‘Flightpath 2050‘ and subsequent work of ACARE: efficient and seamless mobility; Competitiveness of Industry; Greening of Aviation; Safety & Security; Skills for Breakthroughs. [read more]

140. Success Stories - Deep Cure

Over 99% of the microscopic inhabitants of the world's seas have still not been scientifically studied, even though many of them might be useful to treat cancer and other human diseases. In fact, there are so many unexplored species that it is hard to even estimate how much we still do not know about them. [read more]

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