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Cirad, a French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development, organises once per year an after work meeting bringing together EU officials, researchers and other stakeholders to share views and reflect on agricultural research and global challenges. The 2014 edition is dedicated to "The International Year of Family Farming: lessons learnt and post-2014 priorities". [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Published on: 25-November-2014 From 19 to 21 November, a large conference was held in Rome to discuss the relation between research and society in the frame of the Italian EU Presidency. The result o (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
The Coordinating Action Systems Medicine (CASyM) published its European implementation strategy for Systems Medicine outlining four core priority actions along with ten cross-cutting key areas and specific recommendations over a period of two, five and ten years. [read more]
Prof. Piero Baglioni of the NANOFORART project explains how the team has developed advanced nanomaterials for preventive conservation of works of art. [read more]
Public transport users dread confusing connections and frustrating delays in cities. An EU-funded project brings together travel and traffic data, helping travellers get from A to B on time, with less stress. [read more]
Cloudscape Brazil, 20 October 2014, Rio de Janeiro, took a practical look at some of the major barriers to the adoption of cloud computing, exploring pathways for closer collaboration between Brazil and Europe on issues of common interest. [read more]
The University of Milan reports on recent research that examines how a particular type of cell develops in the human brain, and how studies like this fit into the overall picture of research collaboration and funding, in Italy and in Europe. [read more]
A Marie Curie research fellow, Oya Aran, has paved the way for the development of computer techniques that could automatically reveal meaning from body language and other visual cues, predict people's mood and help improve, she says, 'collective decision-making'. The scientist studied 100 people interacting in small groups, using computer vision, audio processing and 'machine learning' to detect dominance and emergent leadership. [read more]
Clinical trials - the tests of medicines, medical devices and treatments - are costly and complicated to carry out, especially when they involve groups in different countries. [read more]
Rail lines swept away by floods in south-west England earlier this year demonstrated that Europe's flood defences need to be strengthened. What is needed are more flood-resilient buildings and infrastructure. An EU-funded project has developed guidance on how to integrate flood resilience into urban planning - helping to protect lives, communities and infrastructure. [read more]