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European Commissioner Carlos Moedas has welcomed the support given today by European Parliament to the use of Text and Data Mining (TDM) in research and innovation and the development of a European Open Science Cloud. The Parliament endorsed these key issues for research and innovation in today's vote on its 'Towards a Digital Single Market Act' report, which also fully supported Open Science and Open Innovation, the priorities of Carlos Moedas, the Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation. [read more]
Unfortunately, dealing with one chronic disease doesn't mean that you can't develop another. More than 50 million people in Europe are living with more than one such condition, and this number is expected to grow. EU-funded researchers are looking into ways to provide them with more integrated support and redesign healthcare systems accordingly. [read more]
Physiological differences between men and women can have a significant impact on the incidence and progression of many diseases, but to date little attention has been paid to gender-based healthcare. EU-funded researchers are working to change that with the aim of providing more targeted and effective treatments for both sexes. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
Brokerage event on KETs - Nanotechnologies and Advanced Materials, Biotechnologies, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing (NMBP) The objectives of the brokerage event are to present the 2017 topics of the European Union’s NMBP Work Programme 2016 – 2017 of the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon 2020” and to prepare future co-operations between participants. The corresponding calls for proposals can be found on the Participant Portal of the EU Commission. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
How can new trends and citizens' knowledge be opportunities in the smart city? How can the city's different dimensions create value for stakeholders and the people who work there? These are just some of the questions that will be addressed during the ‘EUREKA Innovation Week 2016 – Smart Cities - Sustainable & Attractive Communities’. [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
Machine tools are expensive investments that need frequent preventive maintenance. EU-funded researchers have devised new methods to keep them in peak condition through remote monitoring, cutting maintenance costs. Commercial prospects for the new technology are strong thanks to the industrial partners in the project. [read more]
An improved concrete product known as PrimeComposite has taken the global market by storm; with impressive reductions in volume required compared with traditional concrete, as well as superior mechanical properties, it offers environmental, structural and economic benefits in one package. [read more]
Source: EUREKA News