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F4E, ITER International Organization and Air Liquide celebrate a significant manufacturing milestone. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
Innovation Radar survey finds that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are champions of EU research programmes. [read more]
Today (22 July 2015) the European Commission has put the final building blocks in place to kick-start investment in the real economy. A package of measures agreed today will ensure that the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) is up and running by early autumn 2015, keeping the ambitious timetable set by President Jean-Claude Juncker to implement the Investment Plan for Europe. [read more]
Disability is often associated with access legislation rather than a source of creativity for architects. With her ERC grant, Prof. Ann Heylighen wanted to reverse this perspective. Her findings suggest that disability can be a valuable source of innovative solutions in architecture by extending prevailing ways of understanding space and designing buildings. [read more]
July's edition of the TRIP monthly newsletter is now out and includes information on the latest project updates, upcoming events and transport research and innovation newshttp://bit.ly/1edERNL [read more]
The UK government has launched a £20 million competitive fund for collaborative research and development into driverless vehicles, along with acode of practice for testing. [read more]
The award-winning TIDE project has brought cities and regions together in order to share sustainable mobility solutions. [read more]
Dr. Peter Kühmstedt, coordinator of the 3D-FORENSICS project, discusses the team’s work into developing 3D-scanning systems and data analysis software with the aim of improving crime solving. [read more]
EU-funded researchers have used ground-breaking stem cell technology to test and assess new approaches to tackling disease. [read more]
Income from e-sales in the EU in 2013 accounted for 15% of total turnover, and if estimates are correct, e-commerce will grow. However, this growth brings with it an increase in freight transport, especially in urban areas, which in turn contributes to air and noise pollution as well as traffic congestion. [read more]