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Tuesday, 22 July 2014

61. A guided tour around the new GRAPHENE exhibition at Universeum (Gothenborg, Sweden)

The exhibition includes hands-on experiments, videos, illustrations, facts, and visualisations, as well as a wide range of graphene products. [read more]

62. Achieving natural cosmetics with the power of enzymes

A EUR 7 million EU-funded project has been launched with the intention of replacing chemical cosmetic production techniques with eco-friendly alternatives. By doing so, the OPTIBIOCAT project hopes to provide the natural cosmetics sector with the necessary technical sophistication to meet growing consumer demand for natural, environmentally friendly products. The European natural cosmetic market has experienced exceptional growth in recent years, driven largely by consumer demand for organic ingredients and greater awareness of the need to avoid harmful substances such as parabens. Quality validation date: 2014-07-22 [read more]

63. First Horizon 2020 Work Programme update – launch of FTI and innovation prizes

European Commission MEMO Brussels, 22 July 2013 The adoption today of the updated 2014-2015 Horizon 2020 Work Programme confirms the amounts for the actions to be implemented through next year's budget – see table at the end of this document – and brings in two main novelties presented here: a... [read more]

64. ICT Proposers&039; Day 2014: Customised and Low-power Computing

Are you interested in the next Horizon 2020 funding opportunities for investing in Customised and Low-Power Computing? Come to ICT Proposers' Day 2014 to discuss your ideas and network with potential partners! [read more]

65. Research Headlines - Building a surveillance system for food chemicals

Mounting consumer concerns about food safety in recent years have raised questions about what we eat and drink. European authorities have some basic tools for risk assessment and risk management of food chemicals, but data is patchy and limited. The European Union (EU)-funded project FACET helped design a software tool that provides consumers with the best possible scientific data about the food supply. [read more]

66. Success Stories - Peering into nano-objects-in 3D

These days, we rely increasingly on the most microscopic of mechanisms, machines and modules. Yet until recently it hasn't been possible to take a close look non-destructively without using large-scale research equipment. A new affordable scanner designed by EU researchers gives a 3D view inside nano-objects, and so will advance materials research. [read more]

67. The Future of Europe is Science

This two-day (6-7 Oct) conference will be opened by José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission. Bringing together actors from the world of science, industry and society, the conference aims to take stock of European achievements in science over the past 10 years. World-class scientists will debate with industrialists and political figures on key questions: How will we keep healthy?How are we going to live, learn, work and interact in the future? How will we produce and consume and how will we manage resources? Over the course of the two days, the role science, technology and innovation can play in societal well-being and its potential to stimulate growth, jobs and business development opportunities for Europe will be discussed. [read more]

Friday, 18 July 2014

68. CORDIS Express: The nanotech revolution

Modern nanotechnology has grown massively since its birth in 1981. Now, over 30 years after the launch of the first microscope that could 'see' individual atoms, the global market value for nanomaterials stands at approximately EUR 20 billion. The sector directly employs 300 000 to 400 000 in Europe, and products underpinned by nanotechnology are forecast to grow to a global volume of EUR 2 trillion by 2015. Quality validation date: 2014-07-18 [read more]

69. E! project PHSM

Making factories more adaptable Manufacturing complex components for the medical and aerospace industries requires cutting edge machines – and a lot of them. But what if many operations could be performed with a single machine? [read more]

70. EUREKA INDIVIDUAL PROJECT PHSM

Making factories more adaptable Manufacturing complex components for the medical and aerospace industries requires cutting edge machines – and a lot of them. But what if many operations could be performed with a single machine? [read more]

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