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Bridges are an integral part of today's road and rail transport network, but maintaining them puts significant strain on public finances. The EU-funded project Long Life Bridges has found a way to keep them safe at lower cost. It has also built a prototype of a device designed to extend the lifetime of bridge cables. [read more]
Published on: 25-February-2015 The European Commission recently announced new grants aiming to bridge the research excellence gap between Member States. ‘Teaming’, the new scheme under wh (...) [read more]
How technology transfer activities can help EU industry and manufacturing SMEs to adopt advanced and clean manufacturing technologies was the main question of today's workshop, organised by the JRC in cooperation with the European Factories of the Future Research Association (EFFRA). [read more]
This blog was written by Dr Cinzia Casiraghi, a Reader in Graphene and Carbon Nanostructures at The University of Manchester. She is also the Chairperson of Graphene Week 2015 and was the recent recipient of the Marlow Award. [read more]
The 2015 edition of the annual Internet of Things European Summit will take place at the Management Centre Europe in Brussels. More than ever, both public and private sectors are looking for ways to adapt to the uncertain economic climate and to help spur economic regeneration. [read more]
The JRC and the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) association today agreed on cooperation in a range of fields of common interest, including environment and climate change, energy, transport, agriculture and food security, health and consumer protection, information society, technological advances, innovation and standardisation. [read more]
Published on: 25-February-2015 In 2014, South Africa became the latest country to associate itself with the EUREKA Network. The main objective of this association is to strengthen the competitiveness (...) [read more]
The euRathlon and SHERPA projects are jointly offering the possibility to participate in a Summer School on unmanned ground, air and sea vehicles. [read more]
Navigating the pathway of translational research is a challenging undertaking. Success depends on a goal-driven mindset, effective input from multiple disciplinary domains, multiparty collaboration and a full understanding of the regulatory requirements of product development. Accessing high quality partners and services is beset by fragmentation and uncertainty. EATRIS ERIC – the European Infrastructure for Translational Medicine, is a permanent academic research infrastructure that supports researchers and funders in de-risking and adding value to their high potential products in development. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Published on: 24-February-2015 The fourth industrial revolution is already on its way. This revolution is driven by giant leaps in software innovation and promises to radically alter the face of indu (...) [read more]