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A study has revealed that 80 % of water resources in Pakistan’s southern Tharparkar district are unfit for people to drink. [read more]
EU-funded researchers have developed an online platform to bring water treatment experts from across the Mediterranean region together. [read more]
More and more manufacturing companies are looking to build on their success by expanding their core business to include services. Particularly promising are smart services, which provide intelligent ways of connecting people, things and data. As part of an EU-funded project entitled Manufacturing Service Ecosystem (MSEE), a total of 19 partners had a hand in designing a cloud-based software platform that helps companies develop smart services. [read more]
The research centre CREATE-NET is proud to announce the granting of a number of European funding for a total of EUR 1.5 million within the framework of the programme 'Horizon 2020'. [read more]
On 20 January, PROGRESS-TT, a new Horizon 2020 project was launched in Brussels. This marked the beginning of a European Commission initiative to improve the capacity of public research organisations to convert investment in research into commercial returns through innovation. [read more]
Air transport is a growing and increasingly vital part of our rapidly globalising world. At the same time, the aeronautics industry faces an unprecedented set of challenges. Chief among these is the need for greener and more sustainable aviation. For everyone in the industry, the message is clear: successful 'green' innovation will be key. [read more]
Researchers of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) have developed an IT tool that will enable industries to save an average of 15 % average saving on their electricity bills. This work is part of the European project DRIP (Demand Response in Industrial Production), coordinated by RWE. [read more]
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A recent study performed in collaboration between the University of Deusto (Spain) and the UNSW Australia shows that people who falsely believe that a bogus drug works find it harder to accept the evidence that a truly effective medication is beneficial. [read more]
The DeustoTech-INTERNET research unit led by Diego López-de-Ipiña, PhD, was notified on 23 September that the first Horizon 2020 project at DeustoTech-Deusto Institute of Technology had been accepted. [read more]