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Tuesday, 26 August 2014

21. FT Global Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Conference 2014 - 17-18 November 2014, London, UK

The future is arriving fast for the life science industry. Convergence is happening along the entirety of the industry value chain, blurring the boundaries between pharma, biotech, genetics, devices and broader healthcare companies. Advanced technologies and materials, once the realm of science fiction, are now starting to emerge and can be expected to play a much greater role in the research efforts of life science companies in the future. Emerging market companies are expanding and edging their way to the top table as innovator drug companies. [read more]

22. Progress towards ensuring safety without animal testing - 26 Aug 2014

The EU's biggest ever initiative on alternative testing, SEURAT-1, is presenting its latest progress report at the World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences. As a key partner in this major research consortium, the JRC has contributed to achievements which include well characterised biological models for in vitro high throughput assays, novel ‘‑omics’ and high throughput in vitro based approaches for the identification of toxicity pathways. [read more]

23. Research Headlines - What to do about rising inequality

An EU-funded study has resulted in the most comprehensive picture yet of the widening income gap across Europe between top earners and other workers - and how it affects societies. It will help policymakers make informed decisions on how best to reduce the gap - and support those who are falling behind. [read more]

24. World Orphan Drug Congress Europe 2014 - 12-14 November 2014, Brussels

World Orphan Drug Congress is Europe's largest commercially-focused event for the rare disease research and advocacy. It is where pharma, biotech, patient groups and regulators come together to partner. A marketplace where CROs, CMOs, EQMs and other service providers showcase. A strategic keynote congress that presents real 'how to' case studies. A pre-qualification medium that facilitates 1-to-1 meetings to get business done. A rich learning experience through a multi-layered and multi-tracked content offering. [read more]

Monday, 25 August 2014

25. High cereal yields forecast for EU-28 - 25 Aug 2014

The latest MARS crop monitoring in Europe bulletin, published today, reports that overall EU-28 cereal yield forecasts for 2014 remain favourable, at the level of last year and above the average of the past five years (+6.1%). Yield prospects for grain maize are excellent at the moment, with forecast yields 11% above the level of last year and the past five years' average. [read more]

26. Joint EUREKA call for projects Belgium-Switzerland

Published on: 25-August-2014 Belgium and Switzerland are jointly announcing a bilateral call for outlines for joint innovation projects under the EUREKA individual projects and Eurostars instruments. The deadline for submissio (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

27. Research Headlines - Improving public health in Europe through better air quality information

PASODOBLE project has developed a European-wide system, called 'Myair', to deliver essential air quality data to environmental officials, doctors and hospitals, as well as to the public at large. [read more]

Friday, 22 August 2014

28. Research Headlines - Setting common standards to boost smart metering

One of the innovations expected to help Europe reduce its energy use and cut emissions is the smart meter, which shows exactly how much gas and electricity is being used in real time. Various smart meters have been produced in recent years, but the widespread introduction of advanced metering infrastructures has been blocked by the lack of widely accepted open standards to ensure the interoperability of systems and devices. [read more]

29. Sharing experience to better implement the HR strategy for researchers - Mutual Learning Seminars - 20 November 2014, Brussels, Belgium

The European Commission is committed to increasing the attractiveness of research careers in Europe and to improving employment and working conditions for researchers. Further work is necessary to implement a sound Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R), based upon the uptake of the Charter and Code concept. HR managers from research institutions and funding organisations will come together to share their experiences and best practices when implementing the HRS4R in their institutions for the benefit of the researchers. Participants will also share creative and innovative, and yet feasible, ideas on the key elements needed to improve the current HRS4R implementation procedure. [read more]

30. Sharing experience to better implement the HR strategy for researchers - Mutual Learning Seminars - 9 October 2014, Brussels, Belgium

The European Commission is committed to increasing the attractiveness of research careers in Europe and to improving employment and working conditions for researchers. Further work is necessary to implement a sound Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R), based upon the uptake of the Charter and Code concept. HR managers from research institutions and funding organisations will come together to share their experiences and best practices when implementing the HRS4R in their institutions for the benefit of the researchers. Participants will also share creative and innovative, and yet feasible, ideas on the key elements needed to improve the current HRS4R implementation procedure. [read more]

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