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HIV is not curable but it is treatable, states Dr Francesca Incardona, CEO of EuResist Network GEIE and research area manager at Informa s.r.l, the SME responsible for coordinating the EuResist project. The thirty-month initiative was devoted to providing better treatment by implementing an intelligent system that uses patients' clinical information together with viral genetic data. [read more]
Research must deliver its promise through a better outreach. CommNet, the network to communicate the bioeconomy, will join researchers from the fields of food, agriculture, biotechnology with policy makers, technology transfer experts and specialists in communication to show and debate the communication challenges. Best projects will receive Communication Impact Awards. Target audience: researchers, industry, communication officers, policy makers, technology transfer experts, journalists, PR specialists [read more]
The two-day event will be devoted to reviewing the Safety R&I priorities in aviation (Day 1) and raising awareness of the impact of key safety R&I projects (Day 2). This event is an opportunity to discuss Safety R&I priorities with other key experts and decision-makers, and to influence future strategic priorities of the EC and ACARE. We look forward to your participation. [read more]
Brominated flame-retardants (BFRs) are chemicals containing bromine that are added to materials such as plastics and textiles to make them less flammable. The wide application of flame-retardants, for example in equipment such as smartphones, laptops and other electronic devices, as well as in special plastics, paints and textiles has grown considerably over the past 30 years. Combined with the increasing environmental impact of these compounds, this has raised potential toxicological and ecological concerns. [read more]
The SCINTILLA Public Workshop is the closing event of the SCINTILLA Project - a FP7 Security Project related to nuclear detection. Project partners, other projects, the European Commission, end users and technology developpers will be present to discuss the last benchmark campaigns results (including over 10 developers), the overall results of SCINTILLA, security concerns and future perspectives.Interested in attending? Register now at http://www.eurtd.com/scintilla/2014/public-workshop/index.php. [read more]
An EU-funded project has developed affordable, compact and interactive robots for small manufacturers-with the aim of helping them cut costs and boost competitiveness. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
The European Commission has recently adopted revised Best Available Techniques (BAT) conclusions for the production of pulp, paper and board, and for the refining of mineral oil and gas, following respective positive votes of the Regulatory Committee foreseen in article 75 of the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) 2010/75/EU. [read more]
EU-funded researchers have shown how LED lighting offers museums and other public venues a cost-effective solution to protect artwork. [read more]
HighTech Europe team has created a pioneering network to channel scientific and technological advances to benefit the European food sector. [read more]
7 November 2014 marks the twentieth anniversary of web activity for CORDIS, the Community Research and Development Information Service. [read more]