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Monday, 06 July 2015

11. Disaster management calls for increased collaboration with citizens

Nowadays disasters and crises are often complex and they are seen as long processes rather than incidents. Therefore, their mitigation involves many organisations and public groups, making collaboration an important point of attention. European researchers have created a wiki to help response organisations to effectively communicate with citizens. [read more]

12. Help ePlus shape entrepreneurship in Europe!

One of the European Commission’s ‘StartUp Europe’ projects, ePlus, recently launched the 'alpha version' of the its website. Their aim is to help web entrepreneurs grow... but first they need your help in designing this site - and indeed, the entire project - so that it meets your needs. [read more]

13. Press Centre - Commission invites independent counsel in setting up Scientific Advice Mechanism

The European Commission today announced that Sir David King (former UK Chief Scientific Advisor), Rianne Letschert (Chair of the Dutch Royal Young Academy of Sciences) and António Vitorino (former European Commissioner) will assist the Commission in selecting members of the High Level Group of the new Scientific Advice Mechanism (SAM). [read more]

14. Research Headlines - Ultrasound innovation for the ultimate in bread

Great bread doesn't happen by chance. Even with the best ingredients, it takes practice and patience - notably because the dough needs time and specific conditions to rise to yeasty perfection. EU-funded researchers are putting the final touches to a new system that will make the proofing chambers used in bakeries even better. [read more]

15. Simulating extreme hydro-meteorological events with project DRIHM(2US)

DRIHM, or the Distributed Research Infrastructure for Hydro-Meteorology, together with its US facing companion project, DRIHM2US, is a prototype research infrastructure for simulating extreme hydro-meteorological events such as flash flooding. Both projects enabled a step change in how scientists can approach studying high impact weather events: more functionality, more efficiency and faster results. [read more]

16. Work as a trainee at Fusion for Energy!

The deadline for applications for the October traineeship period is at 12 noon on 17 July 2015. [read more]

Friday, 03 July 2015

17. 60 new truck connection points, under TEN-T co-financed NomadPower project

NomadPower is implementing nine new 'plug in' locations in Europe for truck drivers to keep stable refrigeration of their freight. This involves two locations in Germany, two in Italy and five in the UK. This will make a total of 20 European locations. [read more]

18. Alstom launches Attractis and SRS urban solutions

Alstom has launched two new innovative urban solutions, Attractis and SRS, at the UITP World Congress 2015 in Milan. [read more]

19. CORDIS Express: Timing is everything!

This week’s edition of CORDIS Express takes a look at EU-funded research projects that seek to improve how we measure time. [read more]

20. Commission launches infringement case on the introduction by Germany of a new road charging scheme for private vehicles (

Germany adopted on 8 June 2015 a law introducing a road charging scheme for cars. At the same time, it passed a law ensuring that vehicles registered in Germany benefit from a deduction of the road charge from the annual vehicle tax bill. This will lead to ade factoexemption from the charge for cars registered in Germany - and only for those cars. [read more]

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