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This week’s CORDIS Express takes a look at research efforts that are helping to better preserve, protect and share European heritage and art. [read more]
EU-funded researchers have developed a toolbox to improve communication and increase the success rate of novel food technologies in Europe. [read more]
Over 300 events are scheduled to take place in 20 countries all across Europe! A new music festival? No! It's the European Robotics Week 2014. [read more]
Efficiently detecting possible collisions is vital for the locust - an insect that often needs to quickly overcome big obstacles and avoid what might be, otherwise, a 'fatal crash'. The research team involved in the European Union (EU)-funded project NEURAL DEVELOPMENT has studied the insect's nerve circuits. The project results are expected to help develop highly accurate collision sensors in cars, surveillance technology and video games. [read more]
Europe is home to a high proportion of the world's leading animal breeding organisations. Research being carried out by an EU-funded QUANTOMICS project is helping these breeders to remain competitive in global markets. [read more]
Tsunamis are not very frequent events, but they can have a terrible impact on human life and on the economy of a country. They occur as a result of earthquakes, usually at the bottom of the sea. But at present such earthquakes cannot be foreseen. [read more]
Hip operations are one of the most common medical procedures in Europe. But a significant number of replacements fail prematurely due to poor fitting and wear-and-tear issues. New non-metallic implants developed by European researchers potentially offer a longer lasting, less invasive, more biocompatible alternative which poses a lower risk to patients. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
Some of the world's most stylish, high quality and desirable brands are produced by Europes clothing and textile sector, which has struggled in recent years with competition from low cost, labour countries. [read more]
Published on: 20-November-2014 We talked to young Dane Mads Bonde while on his tour of US university campuses, showcasing the technology developed by Labster, the company he foundedis a long awaited breakthrough in the (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
In time of global epidemics doctors could find help in new technologies A Spanish-led consortium has found a way to help health care workers treat more patients, more efficiently - whether they are in a developed country or in a field hospital in Africa [read more]
Source: EUREKA Success stories