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Thursday, 03 April 2014

71. Summer School on Catalysis of Biomass - 8-11 June 2014, Líblice (Czech Republic)

The summer school is organized in the frame of the European project CAScade deoxygenation process using tailored nanoCATalysts for the production of BiofuELs from lignocellullosic biomass. [read more]

72. The 2014 International Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation - HPCS 2014 - 21-25 July 2014, Bologna (Italy)

The HPCS 14 conference is to address, explore and exchange information on the state-of-the-art in high performance and large scale computing systems, their use in modeling and simulation, their design, performance and use, and their impact. In Cooperation with the ACM, IEEE, IFIP. [read more]

73. €4 Million for removing cancer cells in organs with ultrasound

Removing a tumor without a scalpel or x-rays? This is possible thanks to a certain type of ultrasound: Strong, concentrated ultrasonic waves are directed at the patient's body in such a way that they heat and kill individual cancer cells. The new Trans-Fusimo project will use this technique for treating cancer in moving organs, especially the liver. The EU has granted just over €4 Million for this. [read more]

Wednesday, 02 April 2014

74. 1st European Hospital Conference to improve clinical trials system

The EHR4CR project, co-funded by the EU and organiser of this conference, has developed a platform that improves and speeds up the process of clinical trials, anonymously linking to patients' Electronic Health Records (EHRs). Important, since slow clinical trials can be dangerous in case a pandemic breaks out. There is a video and a conference. [read more]

75. EU project tackles growing pains of Europe´s grass producers

Demand for turf grass sod production is increasing yearly but, at the same time, producers are facing spiralling costs for fertilizers, pesticides and irrigation water. SODSAT, a two-year, EU-funded project hopes to increase the competitiveness of Europe's turf grass producers by providing a novel remote intelligent turf management system. The SODSAT initiative, which is being coordinated by the Maltese company ATEKNEA SOLUTIONS, aims to achieve this by means of artificial intelligence and satellite imaging. Quality validation date: 2014-04-02 [read more]

76. Release of new reference material at 10th anniversary of ERM® launch

Today the JRC celebrates the 10th anniversary of the launch of the European Reference Material (ERM®) cooperation at the Analytica Exhibition in Munich. The anniversary coincides with the release of a new certified reference material for mycotoxin testing. [read more]

77. Research Headlines - Measuring the universe to catch a glimpse of our past

Peering into the very depths of the universe gives scientists a better understanding of its origins. Since the speed of light is finite, the objects we are seeing are from the distant past. A recently completed EU-funded project developed not only a new means of measuring these cosmic distances, but also discovered galaxies at the point of their creation. [read more]

78. Understanding proteins, understanding life

Recent medical advances have seen our life expectancy increase significantly. However, so has the risk of developing cancer and neurological, genetic, or autoimmune diseases, all caused by protein mutations. COST Action BM1307 "PROTEOSTASIS" has set up an international network focusing on the reasons behind protein mutations, investigating a particular role that proteins play in carrying out cellular functions. [read more]

Tuesday, 01 April 2014

79. GreenLight and GreenBuilding winners announced

Fifteen companies from across the EU have been recognised today for their outstanding energy-saving with the GreenLight and GreenBuildings awards. The awards were presented at the Improving Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings (IEECB'14) conference in Frankfurt, Germany. [read more]

80. High-tech solution for tackling brain disease

How can pressure cells contribute to help tackling the rapidly growing problem of degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer? This is one of the issues a new project funded by NMI3 will seek to address. Under the project, the German-based Julich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) hope to develop a new pressure cell for research possibilities in several scientific fields. They are valuable tools for neutron scattering because they make it possible to analyse samples under preselected pressure conditions where they are more stable. Quality validation date: 2014-04-01 [read more]

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