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Two £20 million government-backed funding schemes to help foster the design of lighter vehicles and emissions-reduction technology will open to entries in August and September. [read more]
The Luxembourg national conference to launch the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Development (FP6) will take place on 29th January, 2003. [read more]
In 2003 ESA will be involved in a series of international events. The major ones are listed below and can already be pencilled into your diaries. [read more]
Computer hard disks are becoming increasingly small and powerful. To improve their surface properties, researchers are devising super-hard, smooth and extremely thin diamond-like carbon coatings - on all kinds of micromechanical devices. [read more]
Austrian and German Federal Environment Agency develop CD-ROM with environmentally relevant terminology [read more]
Today at ESA Headquarters the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Mr Igor Sergeevich Ivanov, and the Director General of the European Space Agency, Mr Antonio Rodota, signed the Agreement between ESA and the Government of the Russian Federation on Cooperation and Partnership in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space for Peaceful Purposes. [read more]
Olympic spirit at the Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering ISST: The scientists develop a platform for personalized web-services for the Olympic Games 2008 in Beijing. A digital companion will give all actual information about the competitions and beyond to spectators, athletes and officials. [read more]
The functional genomics firm Oryzon Genomics (http://www.oryzon.com) in the Parc Cientific de Barcelona (PCB)(Barcelona Science Park) and eBiointel (http://www.ebiointel.com) have signed a strategic collaboration agreement to develop a new bioinformatics platform, called ORYMOLD, which will allow the storage and analysis of data related to genome research. [read more]
Conference, Brussels, 23 January 2003Whilst women make up more than 50 % of all graduates in higher education in the European Union, they represent only 15 % of researchers in industry. Fundamental changes in research culture, recruitment and careers are needed across industrial research. [read more]
Imagine you are an astronomer with instant, fingertip access to all existing observations of a given object and the opportunity to sift through them at will. In just a few moments, you can have information of all kinds about objects out of catalogues all over the world, including observations taken at different times. [read more]