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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]
A new common procedure for the collection of cancer data in Europe will improve the quality and coherence of the data gathered by European cancer registries. [read more]
The APERTUS° project’s goal to make an open hardware digital camera is one step closer thanks to funding announced under the Horizon 2020 programme. [read more]
More and more people are moving from rural areas to cities, leaving behind crumbling infrastructures that make daily life difficult for those who stay. Some people are bucking this trend. Now they get support from researchers: At CeBIT, they will show how they plan to create new business models in rural areas with the help of interconnected IT. [read more]
In medical research, animal-based experiments have thus far been a necessary evil. Fraunhofer researchers have developed a highly promising alternative, however: They are developing a mini-organism inside a chip. This way, complex metabolic processes within the human body can be analyzed realistically. [read more]
In support of the European Union Water Initiative (EUWI), the JRC and EuropeAid have developed a new mobile app that provides guidance on best practices for implementing water and sanitation projects in the developing world. It is free of charge and can be used to steer this type of projects throughout its lifecycle. [read more]
Production facilities and components of Industry 4.0 are linked to the Internet, networked with each other, and thus open to attack. Using an IT security laboratory, Fraunhofer researchers offer a test environment in order to simulate attacks on this network and to detect any gaps. They will unveil the possibilities at this year‘s Hannover Messe. [read more]