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Ever been to a rock concert and wished you could experience it again, just as it was… or better? This may be possible soon thanks to an EU-funded research project, SCENENET , which is developing the technology to combine mobile feeds from different spectators around the arena to reconstruct the event in 3D. [read more]
Welcome on board of an aircraft unlike any other. It's been designed to increase safety on small planes and the stakes are high. At one incident every 10,000 flight hours in Europe, small aircraft have a much worse safety record than big airliners. So to improve that record, European researchers have taken a challenging flight. [read more]
Published on: 22-April-2014 In a recent interview published on ScienceIBusiness, an online provider of news on science and innovation in Europe, EUREKA’s chairwoman Dr. Kristin Danielsen deb (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
The Commission has launched a public consultation on the Green Paper on mobile health, inviting comments on the barriers and issues related to the use of mobile health including health and wellbeing apps, smart watches etc. [read more]
Many ideas for EU-funded projects are born in the quest to further scientific research, particularly in areas where little information exists. [read more]
CIVITAS CAPITAL, the European initiative in support of sustainable urban mobility, launched the first of its 4 calls, offering a total of 120 000 € to co-fund (50%) urban mobility projects. Opened until 4 April, the current call is conceived to transfer successful measures from “pioneer” to ”take-up” cities. [read more]
The EC has launched a Call for Tenders on a “Service provision towards the development of a public European environmental modelling suite for aviation”. The service aims at complementing and improving the set of publicly available aviation environmental models by collecting data and developing new modelling methodologies and associated reference data in support to policymakers. [read more]
The EC is moving forward in the way to implement its core transport infrastructure, as proven by the recent appointment of 11 European coordinators in charge of overseeing priority transport projects and reporting back to the Commission. [read more]
The European Road Transport Research Advisory Council (ERTRAC) has released a new roadmap, presenting an overview of energy carriers and production routes that offer significant potential to contribute to decarbonisation of the transport system's energy supply, in view of the 2050 energy saving target of a 60% reduction in CO2 emissions from transport. [read more]
The European Union has contributed some EUR 3. 1 million to a pioneering project which aims to substantially improve the thermo-optical effects occurring in a Ti:Sapphire laser crystal pumped at high powers. The TISA TD ('Ultrafast High-Average Power Ti:Sapphire Thin-Disk Oscillators and Amplifiers') project was officially launched on 1 December 2013 and is led by the laser development and laser optics department at Stuttgart University (USTUTT) in Germany. Quality validation date: 2014-04-18 [read more]