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Thursday, 30 July 2015

131. H2020 researchers announce another 5G breakthrough

The POINT project successfully demonstrated the first IP-over-ICN-over-SDN implementation – a new architecture that promises a more content-centric approach for the future Internet. [read more]

132. ICT 2015 Exhibition - online catalogue of exhibitors

The online catalogue featuring the exhibitors present at ICT 2015 is now published. [read more]

133. July newsletter is now online

Stay up-to-date with the COST latest news and opportunities! [read more]

134. Key Assessment of the new Common Fisheries Project available

A publication outlining the main highlights and outcomes of the EU-funded SOCIOEC (Socio-Economic Effects of Management Measures of the future CFP) project is available to download via the project’s website: SOCIOEC conducted a comprehensive analysis of current and emerging management measures relating to the European Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). [read more]

135. Research Headlines - Taking pesticide contamination off the menu

Europe's smaller agri-businesses will soon be able to tell whether their products are within the EU's strict limits for pesticide residues without having to send samples to the laboratory. This is because an EU-funded project has developed a rapid, easy-to-use portable biosensor that offers testing up to 10 times cheaper than conventional means. [read more]

136. Success Stories - Advancing universal health coverage in Asia

Access to healthcare is a basic human need, but efforts to provide affordable public care in many developing nations have had mixed results. EU-funded researchers sought to find out why through a landmark evaluation of healthcare systems in six Asian countries. The conclusions highlight the influence of insurance schemes' affordability, understanding what motivates people to take out insurance policies, and how public money is spent. [read more]

137. The EU at Expo Milano 2015 - "Tackling obesity via EU-funded R&D" presentations

The workshop gave an overview of the obesity research that the EU is currently funding. The Presentations from the Conference are now published. [read more]

138. The Longest Autonomous Flight

AtlantikSolar broke the World record for the longest autonomous flight by a small Unmanned Aerial Vehichle (UAV) ever in July. The sturdy solar powered light aircraft was airborne for 81 hours non-stop facing gusts of wind of 60 km/hour (nearly 40 mph). [read more]

139. Trending science: Vitamin B3 may have been delivered from space

Vitamin B3 may have been made on icy dust grains in space, and couriered to us here on Earth by meteorites and comets. [read more]

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

140. FP7 SUNRISE project announces second competitive Open Call for additional project beneficiaries

The SUNRISE FP7 project (Ref. No. 611449; website: requires the participation of additional beneficiaries to carry out certain project tasks. The present Open Call closes on 7 August and makes available up to EUR 900 000, to be distributed among four to six new beneficiaries. [read more]

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