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Electric vehicles are quiet - too quiet, possibly. Pedestrians and other vulnerable road users don't always hear them coming. An EU-funded project has developed a solution. This innovative accident prevention system detects persons at risk and warns them by emitting a sound directed at them and them alone. [read more]
Epidemiology-2015 provides the opportunity for Epidemiologists, Clinicians, Public Health practitioners, Biostatisticians, Healthcare Policymakers, Industry experts, Researchers and Students from different countries across the globe to meet and discuss their common interests of addressing the issues and challenges of global health. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
This week’s edition of CORDIS Express takes a look at some EU-funded projects exploring ways of preventing and treating flu outbreaks. [read more]
EU-funded researchers have just published a new transatlantic agenda designed to strengthen global and regional governance in a volatile world. [read more]
On 8 October 2015 the European Commission, DG Research and Innovation in close cooperation with the Standing Committee on Agricultural Research (SCAR) is organising a conference on "Sustainable Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in the Bioeconomy - A Challenge for Europe” in Brussels, in the European Commission's Charlemagne Building. This conference is expected to be a cornerstone in the broader foresight process, initiated by the Standing Committee on Agricultural Research (SCAR) in 2006, aimed at identifying principles which would enable the primary production sectors (agriculture, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture) to cope with a range of complex and interlinked challenges over the next 30-40 years. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Keeping growing populations moving in urban areas, while limiting environmental damage, is a major challenge across Europe. But the English city of Nottingham is speeding ahead with success thanks to its innovative use of green transport technologies - and it’s now a model for others to follow [read more]
The critical care doctor Julio Barado-Hualde has developed a mathematical simulation model that enables the occupancy of beds in an ICU (Intensive Care Unit) to be predicted so that they can be managed more effectively. This research, which focusses on the Hospital Complex of Navarre, is part of his PhD thesis read at the NUP/UPNA-Public University of Navarre. [read more]
There is further progress on the construction site and a new slab comes to surface! [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
Citizens have evaluated Water Management Options for local river basins in the four cardinal points of the Mediterranean. In a second cycle of workshops, part of the EU-funded BEWATER project, participants discussed the first results of an analysis by scientists on the potential outcomes of different Water Management Options, targeting the issues and challenges identified by River Basin stakeholders last year. Options for each Basin were then evaluated based on stakeholder preferences. [read more]
EU-funded researchers are developing advanced technology for the manufacturing industry, aiming for zero-defect production of everything from aircraft parts to machine tools. Their work will increase efficiency, reduce waste, boost competitiveness and lower costs for European manufacturers, particularly small and medium companies. [read more]