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EU-funded researchers have just begun work on three exciting projects that could very well determine the shape of rail travel in the coming years. [read more]
The JRC has released a new report on its scientific support to EU's "from farm to fork" policy which ensures Europeans enjoy safe and nutritious food, while facilitating the food industry to work under the best possible conditions. [read more]
Published on: 13-May-2015 The cut-off date of the current EUROGIA2020 call for proposals on low carbon energy related resea (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 13 May 2015 European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker today hosts a working lunch for a group of eminent, internationally awarded scientists: Sir Paul Nurse, Jules Hoffmann, Serge Haroche, László Lovász, Jean Tirole and Edvard Ingjald Moser. [read more]
EU researchers have demonstrated a new type of solar electricity generator which is twice as efficient as conventional photovoltaic panels. Two installations have proved their worth in North Africa. [read more]
Hydrogen has great potential as a fuel so signs of progress in its obtaining are key in the field of alternative energies. Researchers at the Photovoltaic and Optoelectronic Devices Group at the Universitat Jaume I of Castellón (Spain) have developed an organic device that allows reducing water into hydrogen using only sunlight. The research has been developed under the PHOCS (Photogenerated Hydrogen by Organic Catalytic Systems) project, funded under the 7th Framework Programme. [read more]
Through the 'Smart Anything Everywhere' (SAE) initiative, any object around us can become a 'smart' product able to take decisions automatically thanks to microchips hidden inside. 26 million euros are now available through 2 open calls, for more details check out this blog post. [read more]
The University of Valencia leads Focus, a European project with a budget of EUR 2.4 million until 2018, that aims to increase by two years life expectancy in the European Union over the coming decade and to create the first Community-wide map of fragility to improve the quality of the population’s ageing process. [read more]
Today the Committee of Senior Officials (CSO) of the COST Association admitted Montenegro as the 36th Member of the COST Association. [read more]
The state-of-the-art report on 'Big data and other innovative data technologies for evidence-informed policy-making' by Technopolis, OII and CEPS is now open to an online peer-review. Comments on the analysis, but also proposals for new examples of innovative use of data in government are welcomed until 29th May. [read more]