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Published on: 13-June-2013 In the frame of the WIRE conference 2013, EUREKA presented its action at regional level. The conference is organised every year during the week of innovative regions in Eu (...) [read more]
The "I4MS" initiative (ICT for Manufacturing SMEs) will help 200 SMEs across Europe, who are either attempting to reduce the risks involved in using advanced technology which is still in its infancy, or are trying to cross the so-called "valley of death" that separates the development of an innovative prototype from a successful product in the market. [read more]
I'm missing the common will to develop towards a Europe, not only without frontiers, that we have already today, but a Europe where people think in the same direction openly and respectfully... That is what I'm missing to a certain extend at the moment. [read more]
Published on: 13-June-2013 The EU’s program to finance and support Science and technology between 2014 and 2020 is setting up advisory groups as to benefit from expert’s contributio (...) [read more]
Published on: 13-June-2013 The trilateral discussions on the adoption of the H2020 budget among the Irish EU Presidency, the European Parliament and the European Commission (EC) co (...) [read more]
With up to 70 percent of used tyres ending up in landfills, there is an opportunity to find other ways of recycling this material, and in turn reduce the environmental damage. The EU-funded TyGRE project set out to find a use for Europe's tyre waste - estimated to be three million tonnes a year. Tyres contain gases which are highly flammable. Quality validation date: 2013-06-13 [read more]
What do Europeans think of big issues affecting their lives, from schools to policing and healthcare? While elections and opinion polls offer a snapshot of thought on particular topics, they do not delve into the deeper feelings, hopes and fears of Europeans on key questions. The ESS charts changing attitudes and behaviour patterns of the diverse European populations on key policy issues, shedding light on the complex relationships between citizens and institutions. [read more]
Researchers are embarking on an ambitious four-year project to explore some of the deepest, coldest and hottest places on the planet. The aim is to collect and screen samples of mud and sediment from huge, previously untapped, oceanic trenches, more than 8,000 metres deep. The first field tests will be carried out shortly in the Atacama Trench in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Chile and Peru, and then the search will journey to the Arctic waters off Norway and the Antarctic via Italian and South African partners. Quality validation date: 2013-06-13 [read more]
The aerospace sector is likely to tap into the automotive hydrogen fuel cell technology in the years to come, according to an article co-authored by the JRC and the European Space Agency (ESA) in the scientific journal Acta Astronautica. The article examines the current hydrogen activities in the terrestrial and aerospace industries, highlighting potential performance improvements and cost savings. [read more]
European Commission Máire GEOGHEGAN-QUINN European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science Speech: EU Summit on Active and Healthy Ageing / Dublin 13 June 2013 First of all I would like to thank the Ageing Well Network, the Global Coalition on Aging, and the AGE Platform Europe, as well as the... [read more]