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Friday, 13 November 2015

61. Environment - Commission to open Global Earth observation data

The European Commission, a founding member of the Group on Earth Observations (GEO), has subscribed today in Mexico to the 2015 - 2025 implementation plan of the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS). The 10-year Strategic Plan will provide open access to earth observation data from anywhere in the world to decision makers, researchers and innovators. [read more]

62. Matching investors with innovative companies in Denmark, Portugal and Germany

On November 5th the 13th edition of the Nordic Venture Forum took place in Copenhagen, Denmark. The sixty-three best innovative companies in Online Mobile, Clean Technology, Life Sciences and Food showcased to an audience of international venture capital investors. All the presenting entrepreneurs were selected by an international jury from over 100 applications, based upon criteria such as: business potential, team experience, product & technology and competitive position. [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

63. Research Headlines - How to study the sea

The phenomena that affect the Mediterranean Sea have implications for the entire region, and they tie in with developments shaping marine environments around the world. But they are not yet fully understood. Tunisia's main research institute for oceanography has taken steps to boost its potential contribution to international collaborations generating new knowledge. [read more]

64. Success Stories - New defences against kidney disease in diabetes

Why do so many diabetes patients develop kidney disease, and how can we improve prevention? EU-funded research has examined insulin-related processes at play in impaired renal function - and it may have found a way to protect key cells that help to filter our blood. [read more]

Thursday, 12 November 2015

65. Events - COP 21 - 21st session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) - 30 November - 11 December 2015, Paris, France

COP21 will be a crucial round of international climate negotiations with the main objective to endorse a legally binding international climate agreement, under which all Parties would commit to make necessary efforts to keep global warming below 2°C by the end of the century. DG Research and Innovation, as a member of the European Commission's negotiating task force led by DG CLIMA, will showcase at COP 21 the contribution of research and innovation on climate-related challenges. Several side events will be organised in the European Union Pavilion, Hall 2B: • Monday, 30 November 2015, 12:30-14:00 Room ‘Luxembourg’ - Consumption-based Carbon Accounting and Policies: Research on Opportunities, Barriers and Implementation More details here • Thursday 3 December 2015 18:30 -20:00 Room 'Brussels’ - Open Earth Observation Data, Knowledge and Services for a Climate Resilient Society - A Case for Africa • Saturday, 5 December 2015, 14:30 -16:00 Room 'Brussels’ - Climate Change in the Arctic: Local, Regional, and Global Impacts More details here • Monday, 7 December 2014, 18:30 -20:00 Room 'Brussels’- Which grid for a secure and sustainable Electricity Future in Europe? • Tuesday, 8 December 2015, 18. [read more]

66. France and Finland launch bilateral technology and innovation EUREKA call

Tekes, the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation from Finland and Bpifrance, the French Public bank supporting the growth of French companies from France are announcing the 1st Call for Proposals for joint feasibility studies demonstrations and R&D projects. [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

67. Research Headlines - Understanding what leads to lung disease

Scientists don't know all of the reasons why some people are more susceptible to lung disease than others - something that the EU-funded ALEC project is seeking to find out. The results could be an important step towards better prevention and treatments for patients. [read more]

68. Success Stories - Sunny days ahead for seasonal-to-decadal climate forecasting

If your livelihood depends on the weather, you will need to plan ahead for the effects of global warming. But knowing that the climate will be different by 2100 doesn't tell you much about conditions in the next few months or years. Luckily, climate predictions for the near future are becoming increasingly accurate and reliable, with help from EU-funded research. [read more]

Wednesday, 11 November 2015

69. Research Headlines - Anticipating the future of predictive maintenance

A faulty component or a worn-out machine can bring an entire manufacturing process to a crashing halt. And long before it actually breaks down, it can cause costly delays or defects. An innovative system developed by EU-funded researchers can help businesses to monitor crucial equipment and keep it in peak condition. [read more]

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

70. Research Headlines - Marine bioresources - keeping us young and healthy?

Could creatures of the deep help treat disease and keep us looking young? A team of EU-funded researchers thinks so. To overcome current bottlenecks in taking marine-derived biomolecules from discovery to exploitation, researchers will assess the potential of animals such as sponges, soft corals and tunicates. [read more]

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