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Covering onshore and offshore wind, wave & tidal energy and small & medium wind systems. Widely recognised as the renewables event to attend in the UK. This flagship event offers an energetic and focussed renewables programme, unrivalled business networking opportunities, careers advice and so much more. Benefit from three days of conference sessions, extensive exhibition and side events addressing policy, technical and business developments in the renewables industry. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Castles and cathedrals, statues and spires... Europe's built environment would not be the same without these witnesses of centuries past. But, eventually, even the hardest stone will crumble. EU-funded researchers have developed innovative nano-materials to improve the preservation of our architectural heritage. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
Every day dozens of tons of eggshells are wasted in Europe. They can be recycled into plastics, cosmetics or even food supplements, but there is a problem. A problem they tackle every day at one small company in Hungary. Every year around 15 million eggs there are transformed into ingredients for pasta, bakery and food service industries. [read more]
What is a "Reflective Society"? And how can we connect past, present and the future in the current European societies? These were just some of the questions on the table at the workshop co-organized in Rome last 17th October by the Reflective Societies Unit of the European Commission's DG Research and Innovation in cooperation with the FLASH-IT project (FaciLitating Access to Socio-economic ResearcH through Information and Communications Technologies). "Memory, commemoration, heritage, identity have gradually become the keywords of the end of the twentieth century, even though history with a capital ‘H’ […] has seen her magisterium vanish". [read more]
Recently published JRC guidebooks to develop sustainable energy plans help local authorities in Asia and the South Mediterranean region to decrease CO2 emissions by reducing energy consumption and increasing the supply from renewable energy sources. [read more]
IMPRINTS project allowed the research team to integrate in an Early Warning operational platform developments such as hydrological warnings based on the rainfall anticipated by meteorological models and by weather radar networks. [read more]
Connecting experts with their counterparts in different regions of the world and making the latest research results freely available to all is likely to represent a great boost for the scientific inquiry. The EUAsiaGrid project helped establish an Asian e-Science Grid Infrastructure that fosters access to scientific data and facilitates the creation of collaborative partnerships. [read more]
European Commission Press release Brussels, 16 October 2014 Global demand for food is expected to increase by 70% by 2050, while a steep increase in biomass use will also put pressure on agriculture. Feeding the world without damaging the environment is the focus of World Food Day 2014 – and... [read more]
Published on: 16-October-2014 The EUREKA ICT cluster Celtic-Plus and the Quebec-based, industry-university consortium Prompt have agreed to sign a memorandum of understanding to strengthen their collaboration in IC (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News