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Thursday, 15 January 2015

71. First Heavy Exceptional Load arrives to ITER

An 87-tonne high voltage transformer crosses the South of France. [read more]

72. Learning from the past to prepare for future extreme weather events

Understanding which extreme weather events may have caused problems in the past leads to assess the potential impact of future such events on infrastructures. [read more]

73. Making the internet accessible to everyone

The CLOUD4ALL project, which aims to help improve internet accessibility for people with special needs, will soon launch its third edition of pilot tests. [read more]

74. Success Stories - The Plight of the Pollinators

Pollinators like bumblebees are declining in Europe. What are the causes, the consequences and the possible solutions? Researchers know that the causes are multiple: a combination of habitat loss, pathogens, alien species, agrichemical pollution and even climate change. [read more]

75. Trending science: Silicon Valley seeks cure for ageing

A growing number of initiatives around the world are on the hunt for a way to help us extend our lives and maybe even live forever! [read more]

76. What’s behind EUREKA’s Smart City Initiative?

Published on: 15-January-2015 EUREKA publishes a series of short articles to explain the concept behind read more]

Source: EUREKA News

Wednesday, 14 January 2015

77. European Robotics Week 2014 broke all records: 500 robotics events were organised in Europe

24th - 30th November 2014, Toulouse - The fourth edition of the European Robotics Week broke all records, seeing a 30% increase in organised events compared to 2013. 500 robotics events took place in 22 European and associate countries and many of them were streamed worldwide from 28 to 30 December (www.robotics-labs.eu). For the first time ever, Croatia, the newest member of the European Union, and Israel participated in the European Robotics Week. [read more]

78. ITER’s Liquid Nitrogen Plant and Auxiliary Systems pass successfully the preliminary design review

F4E together with ITER IO, Air Liquide and external experts express full confidence. [read more]

79. Kurento wins the "Best of show" award at the WebRTC Conference & Expo Paris 2014!

Kurento received the "best of show" Award at the WebRTC Conference & Expo in Paris with a demo showing a street view in Madrid and how groups of people are identified and colored accordingly. All this happens in real-time so security services can focus their attention when a sudden crowd is formed. Kurento is one of FIWARE's Generic Enablers. It already won the "Best WOW factor" and "Audience Choice" awards at the WebRTC Conference in San José, California. [read more]

80. Luigi Crema – how to make solar energy systems more widespread

A novel modular technology paves the way for a potential 50 % decrease in monthly energy bills of public buildings. [read more]

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