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An EU-funded project has demonstrated that it is economically and technically challenging for rail operators to replace or retrofit older diesel locomotives to meet tighter emission limits on pollutants. Market incentives should be provided to speed-up the switch to new, cleaner technologies, the project recommends. [read more]
Published on: 06-May-2015 Home of IKEA, Volvo, Spotify and Minecraft and celebrities like Alfred Nobel, ABBA, LM Ericsson and Avicii, Sweden will chair the read more]
Published on: 05-May-2015 The Celtic-Plus Awards 2015 were presented at the Celtic-Plus Event in Vienna on 27 Ap (...) [read more]
Published on: 05-May-2015 On 27 and 28 April, the Celtic-Plus Event took place in Vienna. The major annual (...) [read more]
Spain’s Ensa makes history with the delivery of fuel tanks. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
The book 'Digital architecture history of the first half of the 20th century in Europe' brings together researchers from Germany and Romania and their research related to the documentation of these buildings across Europe spanning more than a decade. The book was launched on 23 April 2015 on the International Day of the Book, and was accompanied by an event including also digital landscape research. [read more]
The NeuEar concept (www.neuear.eu) is to develop an encapsulated cell (EC) therapy device capable of long-term intracochlear neurotrophin production in combination with a cochlear implant (CI) electrode to improve the clinical benefits by rescuing primary ANs from degeneration and promoting the neuron-electrode interface. The whole project partnership convened for its 2015 meeting in Innsbruck, Austria to review progress and strategies in the development of the novel device. [read more]
New technologies in the last decade have shown slow but steady progress of ocean and sea energy power according to a new JRC ocean status report. [read more]
Published on: 05-May-2015 The deadline for the submission of project outlines for the current ACQUEAU call for projects is 15 May at 17:00 CET. Successful projects will then be asked to submit a full project prop (...) [read more]
The DeSyRe project developed a novel DeSyRe SoC architecture and underlying concepts for reliability. Such SoCs have been shown to typically use 28 percent less energy and 48 percent less chip area while offering nine times lower hardware failure rate if designed with this novel architecture. DeSyRe’s industry partners are using the new concepts to help create safer cars and trains, more reliable medical devices, more advanced brain models, and even easier-to-program embedded many-core systems. [read more]