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Thursday, 11 September 2014

31. Guide to Intellectual Property Rights in Horizon 2020

Published on: 11-September-2014 Aiming to guide project applicants and participants through the requirements of the European Commission related to intellectual property rights in Horizon 2020 projects, and to (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

32. ITRE Committee’s opinion on Council's proposal for EU budget

Published on: 11-September-2014 On September 1 and 2nd the ITRE Committee adoptedread more]

Source: EUREKA News

33. In memoriam Hans Kahlmann (1937 - 2014) - First chairman of CRAF

On September 3, 2014 Hans Kahlmann passed away at the age of 76 years. [read more]

34. LBASense reconciles behaviour analysis with privacy

LBASense reconciles behaviour analysis with privacy Technology developed under the LBA project promises to improve business performance and enable smart cities without jeopardising privacy. The wireless sensor-based system is already in use in 8 countries. [read more]

35. Research Headlines - How to combat undesirable odours

Odours from industry, chemical plants or livestock breeding can be a nuisance for people living in the surrounding areas. Those affected have in the past been asked to help tackle the cause of the problem, but in the majority of cases their input has seldom been used. Until now that is. The European Union (EU)-funded project OMNISCIENTIS brings together state-of-the-art information and communication technologies as well as Earth observation applications to help reduce odour annoyance. [read more]

36. Success Stories - Volume down for noisy traffic

A new road surface cuts tyre noise to one-tenth of that produced on today's asphalt. EU-funded researchers have now moved tests from the lab to Europe's roads, with the aim of providing a quieter, less stressful life for those living next to lots of traffic. [read more]

37. TECHITALY 2014 - 25 September 2014, European Parliament, Brussels

Horizon 2020: Transforming Global Challenges into Opportunities for Growth Growth and Jobs have to become the new mottos of the EU. In line with the priorities of, and in the framework of the Italian Presidency of the Council of the EU, TECHITALY 2014 offers a unique opportunity to mobilise public and private sectors to transform global challenges into economic opportunities. Experts will discuss, during three different roundtables, on the most advanced approaches to three selected topics (cyber security, healthy ageing, raw materials) of high impact for European society and industry. Special attention will be paid to innovation processes, leading edge technologies and, where necessary, on requests of new legislative frameworks. [read more]

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

38. EUREKA presents its 6 years strategy to network of national R&D liaison offices in Brussels

Published on: 10-September-2014 On September 2, the Research Council of Norway and SwissCore organised an event to present EUREKA's recently adopted read more]

Source: EUREKA News

39. F4E signs contracts for the Blanket First Wall full-scale prototype

An exciting technical challenge, the European manufacturing of the Blanket First Wall full-scale prototypes is moving forward. [read more]

40. Last decade's slow-down in global warming enhanced by an unusual climate anomaly - 10 Sep 2014

A hiatus in global warming ongoing since 2001 is due to a combination of a natural cooling phase, known as multidecadal variability (MDV) and a downturn of the secular warming trend. The exact causes of the latter, unique in the entire observational record going back to 1850, are still to be identified, according to a JRC article which analysed the phenomena. [read more]

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