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Published on: 21-April-2015 A new roadmap for the implementation of the European Research Area objectives by 2020 was adopted on 16 April by ERAC(the
Source: EUREKA News
Published on: 21-April-2015 This event introducing for the first time to the industry EUREKA’s multi-track international cooperation strategy will take place on 16 June 2015 at the Swiss Mission to the EU.
Source: EUREKA News
A JRC foresight study suggests the European standardisation system should accelerate and rely on an integrated strategy. The study argues this is the only way standardisation will be able to keep pace with technological developments and societal challenges, stimulating innovation and fostering competition. [read more]
Much can still be done to improve autism treatment besides finding a cure. The MICHELANGELO project, which ended in March, has developed a set of technologies for personalised, home-based behaviour monitoring and treatment of patients. [read more]
This month Ukraine, Latin America, Africa and much more... [read more]
6 PhD students have been selected to attend the 11th International Nanotechnology conference on Communication and Cooperation (INC 11) in Japan. They will have the opportunity to experience the big picture of nano-electronics and nanotechnologies and the revolution they bring in smart mobility and robotics as well as discover more about the Japanese national-research-programmes. [read more]
The decoding of our genetic material has opened up new frontiers in clinical care. Now a landmark EU-funded project has developed cutting edge DNA sequencing that could make cancer diagnosis and treatment significantly more effective and affordable - helping to save lives. [read more]
The PASTA project has just launched the last in a series of seven surveys on active mobility in European cities. Örebro Citizens are invited to answer questions about their travel patterns, towards a better integration of physical activity in their daily lives. [read more]
Female liver cells, and in particular those in menopaused women, are more susceptible to adverse effects of drugs than their male counterparts, according to new research carried out by the JRC. [read more]
Funded as part of the Global Systems Science (GSS) initiative in FP7, the project EUNOIA investigated a variety of non-conventional sources of geolocated data — such as mobile phone records, GPS tracks, smart card data, data from Internet social networks or credit card transactions, among others — to extract useful information about activity and mobility patterns in urban areas. [read more]