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The results of the Joint Danube Survey 3 (JDS3), the biggest scientific river expedition in the world, are now published by the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR). [read more]
BIODIVERSA is pleased to announce the launch of the BIODIVERSA 2015 pan-European call for research proposals on: 'Understanding and managing biodiversity dynamics to improve ecosystem functioning and delivery of ecosystem services in a global change context: the cases of (1) soils and sediments, and (2) land- river- and sea-scapes (habitat connectivity, green and blue infrastructures, and naturing cities)'. [read more]
Brussels | 12 June 2015 - A new EU project entitled MINATURA2020 (Developing a concept for a European minerals deposit framework), funded within the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Programme, was launched in the beginning of 2015 as a response to social needs to safeguard mineral deposits of public importance for the future. [read more]
A new EUR 6 million research project (NEPHSTROM) has been funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 programme to evaluate the clinical safety and efficacy of a next-generation cell therapy discovered by Galway-based Orbsen Therapeutics, to combat diabetic kidney disease. [read more]
A new resource for aquaculture feed producers, entitled Feed Ingredients in Aquaculture, has been published by the EU-funded ARRAINA (Advanced Research Initiatives for Nutrition & Aquaculture) project. [read more]
Researchers at the University of Helsinki and Karolinska Institutet have discovered previously uncharacterized mutational patterns in the human regulatory genome, in gastrointestinal tract and other cancers. The study is published in the journal Nature Genetics. [read more]
In 2016-17, over €100 million for research and innovation in the field of cultural heritage will be available under Horizon 2020, the EU's research funding programme. This increase in funding recognises cultural heritage as an investment opportunity where research and innovation can make a difference. This is one of the main conclusions of the report 'Getting cultural heritage to work for Europe' which was handed over today to Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
A decision support tool is one of the latest developments for the management and use of stormwater and the improvement of energy efficiency in the urban water cycle. The software has been developed within the EU-MED Programme project E²STORMED, led by the Universitat Politècnica de València, and applied in six Mediterranean cities. [read more]
A detailed picture of European weather patterns over the past decades is now emerging thanks to an EU-funded project to re-analyse historical records. The results will help governments plan for climate change by better understanding past trends and extreme events. [read more]
The ScanBalt Strategy 2015-2018: Solving Societal Challenges on Top of Europe has been launched. The strategy aims to: make it easier for businesses to explore the Baltic Sea region as a market and development site; promote shared use of knowledge and innovation structures and universities; assist regions in achieving economic development from Baltic Sea Region collaboration. [read more]