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Thursday, 27 November 2014

161. Success Stories - Tissue engineering: smart skin and bone substitutes

The European Union (EU)-funded project MultiTERM has brought together highly qualified scientists to create 'smart materials', such as skin and bone substitutes, to replace and repair damaged tissues. The EU's rapidly rising elderly population stands to benefit from these materials that include gels, artificial skin and cartilage. [read more]

162. The race towards quantum computation

It’s said that the 21st century will be the quantum era. But how close are we to having quantum computers? And are EU researchers leading the charge? [read more]

163. Trees4Future Transnational Access projects showcased

Two success stories from the Trees4Future Transnational Access scheme were presented at the project's annual meeting held in Tulln, Austria from 17-21 November 2014. [read more]

164. Trending science: How diversity of bacteria influences obesity

A new study explores the role that gut bacteria may play in the development of obesity in dogs. [read more]

Wednesday, 26 November 2014

165. EU researchers explore pathways for transition to sustainable lifestyles

Using knowledge co-production and modelling tools, the GLAMURS project investigates how we can transition to more sustainable lifestyles. [read more]

166. Research Headlines - Innovative textiles to boost EU seaweed farming

Seaweed is an important but under-exploited resource for food and feed ingredients, biochemicals and the production of biofuels. But it has been difficult to harvest efficiently on a large scale. Until now. The EU-funded AT~SEA project has developed advanced textiles that give high yields from floating seaweed farms and allow easy, mechanised cultivation. [read more]

167. Success Stories - New horizons in international goods transport

Much as we try to evade it, age catches us all. But are there ways to reverse or slow down the ageing process at a cellular level? An international project examining the biological changes that occur inside our bodies looked at the role of stem cells in organs and tissues, which could lead to a radical new understanding of ageing. [read more]

168. Success Stories - New tests drive better fire safety protection for travellers

EU-funded researchers have developed new tests to help protect travellers from toxic gases in case of a train fire. Their work could lead to safer trains and help develop Europe-wide fire standards for public transport. [read more]

169. Success Stories - The Euro-Asian collaboration unravelling the mysteries of ageing

Much as we try to evade it, age catches us all. But are there ways to reverse or slow down the ageing process at a cellular level? An international project examining the biological changes that occur inside our bodies looked at the role of stem cells in organs and tissues, which could lead to a radical new understanding of ageing. [read more]

170. Success Stories - Waste: the final industrial frontier

Industrial waste can be an asset rather than an economic and environmental cost – the key is to find someone who can use it. An EU-funded project has demonstrated that establishing regional networks for waste by-products and materials is not only possible, but can be profitable for all involved. [read more]

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