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Europe’s valuable pig industry is threatened by a plague on its eastern borders with vast destructive potential known as African swine fever. Scientists are fighting back. [read more]
Published on: 18-December-2014 A joint EUREKA and Danube.INCO-NET workshop took place in Vienna on 11 December 2014. Representatives of both initiatives presented their work and future steps in a w (...) [read more]
Published on: 18-December-2014 EUROGIA2020 in coordination with CNRS, the French National Centre for Scientific Research, organised an information day and brokerage event on December 10, 2014 in (...) [read more]
Published on: 18-December-2014 The European Nanoelectronics Forum is a must-attend event in the field, bringing together businesses, policymakers and researchers.
Published on: 18-December-2014 The Eurostars-2 application system is now open for project submission. The cut-off deadline is 05 March 2014 at 20:00 Brussels time. Register or login to apply directly (...) [read more]
Published on: 18-December-2014 In a continuous process to improve Eurostars-2, the programme’s project officers regularly visit SMEs funded through Eurostars in order to understand their experience as project (...) [read more]
The JRC has recently published a report which provides guidelines to implement water reuse in Europe, and analyses the associated technical, environmental, health and socioeconomic challenges to such reuse.Given the lack of formal guidelines at European level to address the reuse of treated wastewater, the report compares relevant national and international measures. It also provides a risk-based management approach, and identifies needs for and barriers to technological innovation and regulation. [read more]
This event will cover: new paradigms for targeted therapies, new anti-cancer agents ~ industry viewpoint, novel approaches to the treatment of breast cancer, melanoma and pancreatic cancer, drug development and precision radiotherapy, European drug development initiatives, market access to novel cancer drugs, regulatory issues in marketing authorisation of anti-cancer products, gene and cell therapies and trial endpoints and developing cancer vaccines. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Wind turbine towers are growing taller, with rotor blade diameters exceeding 100 metres. And like any other machine, these 'giants' occasionally need repairing. EU-funded researchers have now started to develop a novel system for on-site maintenance. [read more]
Published on: 18-December-2014 The Swedish cities of Stockholm, Gothenburg and Lund, and Dublin in Ireland recently hosted events with an attendance of some 450 innovators, entrepreneurs and industry (...) [read more]