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The EU-funded DORIS project has developed highly accurate uses for newly available Earth-observation satellite technologies to monitor and warn of potential ground movements, such as landslides, which could save billions in clean-up costs and thousands of lives. With predicted strong market demand, the technologies look set to have a long-term and sustainable impact across Europe. [read more]
How much can we really predict about the impact of climate change on groups of animals, plants, and natural habitats? The EU-funded Ecochange project turned to fossil records to investigate how species respond to even minor changes. Scientists can use this research to design ways to protect biodiversity from climate change. [read more]
Neural stem cells master cells that can develop into any type of nerve cell-are able to generate mini 'first aid kits' and transfer them to immune cells. This is the result of a study published today in Molecular Cell, and led by ERC grantee Prof. Stefano Pluchino, based at the University of Cambridge (UK). [read more]
European Commission - Speech - [Check Against Delivery] 14 November 2014 Carlos Moedas - Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation Kaunas, Lithuania Rector, Prime Minister, Minister Pavalkis, Minister Gustas, Director, Mayor, Most Reverend Excellency, Ladies and Gentlemen, good morning. [read more]
euRobotics will launch -in collaboration with regions- an interactive EU Robotics competences map during the European Robotics Week. [read more]
Research and development remains vibrant in the Spanish solar market industry, an example of which is the European Union (EU)-funded LIMA project. The project shows that Spain continues to benefit from the strong infrastructure developed in the country over the last 20 years. [read more]
The European Union (EU) has maintained a very rich scientific and technological relationship with its largest neighbouring country, Russia. In fact, since 2005, both the EU and Russia have committed to creating a 'Common Space on Research, Education and Culture'. The BILAT-RUS and ERA.Net RUS projects are two key initiatives for developing this 'Common Space'. Both projects have strived for durable partnerships and bilateral research programmes between the EU and Russia. [read more]
A new study explores where the ghostly ‘feeling of a presence’ reported by individuals in almost all cultures throughout history comes from. [read more]
The workshop brings together for the first time in Europe national spectrum regulators, industry and research to discuss spectrum challenges for 5G, usage aspects as well as technical and regulatory needs for 5G spectrum. The event live-stream starts at 9h45 on 13 November 2014 and the recording will be available in the following days. [read more]
On 11-14 November 2014, at the European Parliament in Brussels, the EU officially presented its planned activities for the World Exhibition (Expo) in Milan in 2015. The JRC is coordinating the EU's presence and participation in the EXPO. [read more]