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The latest report focuses on storytelling by looking back on an exceptional and challenging year, providing a round-up of the essential steps taken by COST in developing a modern networking concept welcoming all innovative ideas across any S&T field. [read more]
The ASMEDIT "face to face" videoconference medical assessment 24x7x365 service has reached 10 Million users. The videoconference service for medical assessment was developed thanks to HIPERMED project collaboration between ANDROME (former HIPERMED partner and currently E3 external project collaborator) and ASMEDIT within the EUREKA Celtic-Plus Cluster. The project received the EUREKA innovation award 2014 and the EUREKA-CELTICplus E3 Bronze eVIA INNOVA award 2015. Its success has also been published by the prestigious medical pay per view review BDS (Boletin Diario de Seguros). [read more]
During the EUREKA network meeting in Gothenburg on October 20-22, a total of 26 network projects were endorsed for funding. The projects will generate a total of €35.5 million of public-private investment supporting market-oriented international research and innovation activities. [read more]
New clips present the progress of the ITER magnets [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
The deadline for the Eurostars programme’s second cut-off date in 2016 has been officially approved by the Eurostars-2 High Level Group. The cut-off date is: Thursday 15 September 2016, 20h00 Brussels time. Eurostars, a joint programme with the EU, continues to be the instrument of choice for SMEs which perform their own R&D and are looking to engage in international research collaboration. R&D-performing SMEs applying to the programme particularly appreciate its fast and flexible approach and high success rate. [read more]
The European Commission and the Brazilian government are signing today in Rio a joint declaration for Atlantic Ocean Research to enhance marine cooperation between Europe and Brazil. The agreement follows the celebration of the EU-Brazil high level conference which aims to develop common expertise and scientific knowledge on the Atlantic Ocean and its dynamic systems, provide a new momentum for enhancing marine cooperation between Brazil and Europe and discuss how to further engage in joint research projects and improve reciprocal access to infrastructures. [read more]
Chemotherapy can have a considerable impact on patients' quality of life, causing nausea or hair loss as well as depression and anxiety. More personalised care could help many patients and even improve outcomes. The EU-funded project eSMART is putting a mobile phone-based remote patient monitoring system to the test. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
Scientists have long suspected that the acidification of our seas may harm their flora and fauna. But the likely impact in the Mediterranean was a mystery - until now. The knowledge on acidification gained by EU-funded researchers is of great concern - the team is now calling for urgent action to protect the Mediterranean Sea's precious biodiversity and its many other benefits. [read more]
French digital specialist TeamCast has just 50 workers but is now selling the latest television technology worldwide. It was fast to market thanks to a Eurostars project run with a Spanish partner and French academics. [read more]