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The EU-funded FUSENET project created new learning opportunities for Europe's future fusion scientists by developing educational materials, organising internships and bringing academia and industry closer together. While the project may be officially over, the concept has been kept very much alive through the ever-expanding FUSENET Association. [read more]
Five of our COST Actions on new materials and nanotechnologies presented their work at a workshop on funding instruments. [read more]
The EU-China FIRE FP7 funded project, ending on July 31, 2015 is proud to announce major final outcomes. Over the course of the past two years, the EU-China FIRE project has successfully contributed to strengthening EU-China collaboration on Future Internet Research and Experimentation (FIRE) and IPv6, providing academics and industrials from both regions with the opportunity to explore mutual cooperation opportunities and to join research efforts in the field. [read more]
Recommendations from the recently finished PRO AKIS project highlight ways in which farmers, advisory services and policy makers can work together to support innovation in European agriculture. [read more]
Cask and Plug maintenance system enters its final procurement phase. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
Guidelines on treating patients with both HIV and tuberculosis (TB) should be updated, according to a new study part-funded by the EU RID-RTI project. [read more]
The EU-funded consortium ENATRANS (Enabling Nanomedicine TRANSlation) launches the first Translation Advisory Board (TAB), a new instrument to provide free of charge advice and support to ambitious international nanobiomedicine projects. [read more]
How does COST help grow ideas through networks? Why should researchers, engineers and scholars start their own innovative S&T network? COST has been going local to encourage scientists, engineers and scholars to set up COST Actions and take part in running ones. [read more]
The University of Skopje (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) hosted a series of presentations on how to submit successful COST Action proposals, join running Actions or participate in COST Action activities. [read more]
The P2PVALUE project, which is exploring ways to evaluate and stimulate peer to peer production, has developed an open source digital platform and a directory of information on peer production communities. [read more]