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Have you ever wished you had a virtual time machine that could show you how your street looked last century? Or have you wanted to see how your new furniture might look, before you’ve even bought it? Thanks to VENTURI, an EU research project, you can now do just that [read more]
Published on: 16-April-2014 The European Commission is planning to offer 20 million in prizes for researchers to offer innovative solutions to specific problems. A first pilot prize has been awarded this year to a company hav (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
We know that the food we eat affects our health and energy levels, but could it also affect our relationships? A new study published this week suggests that low levels of glucose in the blood may increase anger and aggression between spouses. Teams at Ohio State University, Columbus, the University of Kentucky and the University of North Carolina recruited 107 married couples and equipped them with blood glucose meters, voodoo dolls, and 51 pins to record their glucose and anger levels over time. Science magazine reports that for 21 days, the couples used the meters to measure their glucose levels each morning before breakfast and each evening before bed. [read more]
Today, we are faced with the challenge of providing safe, nutritious and affordable food for the world's ever increasing population. [read more]
Although millions of books are scanned and put online every year, making old documents and texts available on the web is a difficult and painstaking process. [read more]
European Commission Statement Brussels, 15 April 2014 European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science Máire Geoghegan-Quinn has welcomed today's adoption by the European Parliament of a package of public-private and public-public research partnerships worth up to €22 billion. [read more]
Clusters are regional hubs of competences in a given industry or technology branch, representing a critical mass of actors from R&D, industry and other institutional contexts. They are seen as an essential trigger in innovation policy to make European SMEs more competitive. Maintaining and improving the competitiveness of clusters in Europe is the core aim of CLUSTRAT, an EU-backed project. Quality validation date: 2014-04-15 [read more]
Published on: 15-April-2014 On the occasion of the last plenary sitting of the European Parliament before the European elections, the next phase of Eurostars under Horizon 2020 has received full (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
European Commission MEMO Brussels, 15 April 2014 Why is the EU funding research and innovation partnerships with the private sector and Member States under Horizon 2020? Research and innovation are critical to create new, better paid and more durable jobs and sustainable economic growth, to improve quality of life and... [read more]
The 'EU Aid Explorer' is a one-stop-shop for aid information. This web tool has been developed by the JRC in close collaboration with Directorates General Development and Cooperation - EuropeAid and Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection ECHO. It provides easy access to clear and comprehensive data on development and humanitarian aid around the world. [read more]