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Thursday, 17 July 2014

71. Success Stories - Fish of the future

One out of every two fish which we eat has not been caught in the sea but raised on a farm. Can aquaculture make fish tastier and more environmentally friendly? An experimental fish farming facility near Brest in France is taking part in a European project to connect aquaculture research centres across the EU. [read more]

72. Sustainable September: The Event - 30 September 2014, London, UK

This all-day sustainability event is a TEDx-style conference, assembling 20 visionaries and thought leaders to discuss sustainability, solutions to unsustainability to create a blue and green tomorrow. An exploration of sustainability for interested parties, enlightened investors, financial professionals, corporate leaders, entrepreneurs and global thought leaders. [read more]

73. TIPS workshop “From research to market - key factors on innovation” - 30 July 2014, Rome, Italy

The aim of the workshop is to present the TIPS findings on the exploitation approaches of EU-funded project and discuss the process “from research to innovation”. A number of case studies, namely recently completed EU-funded projects whose results have been exploited or their exploitation has been initiated, will also be highlighted. [read more]

74. Towards an 'Energy Union': 'We must bridge the gap between research and industry'

Technology will have an important role to play in helping to secure EU energy independence. According to Dominique Ristori, Directorate General for Energy, technologies are now maturing for a real energy revolution however we still need to bridge the gap between research and industry. The Directorate General elaborated on this point within the context of EU efforts to transform into an 'Energy Union' at a European Policy Centre (EPC) briefing in Brussels. Quality validation date: 2014-07-17 [read more]

75. Trending science: Researchers unveil 'super black' material

Scientists have developed a material so dark that when you look at it, it's like staring into a black hole. The material, made of carbon nanotubes, is another step in the scientific quest which began in the 1990s to create the blackest of blacks. However don't expect Vantablack, as it's known, to appear on a catwalk near you. Quality validation date: 2014-07-17 [read more]

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

76. Research Headlines - Synthetic rubber repairs itself

A new synthetic rubber developed by EU-unded researchers repairs itself. That means longer-lasting components, plus reduced maintenance costs and waste. The rubber will initially be used for reducing rail and traffic noise, with many more applications to follow. [read more]

77. Study maps EU school food policies for the first time

As part of the European Commission's efforts to help reduce childhood obesity, the Commission's in-house science service, the Joint Research Centre (JRC), has published the first comprehensive report on school food policies in Europe. It shows that European countries acknowledge the important contribution of school food to children's health, development and performance at school. All the countries studied (28 European Member States + Norway and Switzerland) have guidelines for school food, although these vary considerably. [read more]

78. The economic benefits of sustainable forestry in the Mediterranean region

Mediterranean forests provide local communities with a diverse range of products such as wood, fodder for livestock and plants and game, all of which contribute to food security and help to alleviate poverty in rural regions. However, these forests will be one of the most affected ecosystems in the near future as temperatures increase and rains decrease. In order to avoid the Mediterranean region turning into a desert, expert forest management is required. Quality validation date: 2014-07-16 [read more]

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

79. International Digital Health and Care Congress

Find out at this three-day event that brings together researchers, policy makers, practitioners and innovators to explore how the innovative use of technology is supporting improvements in the care of people with long-term conditions and other health and social care needs. The congress is now in its fourth year and it regularly sells out, attracting more than 500 international delegates who come to hear about the design and application of new technologies; to share experiences; and to showcase new ideas, new research and new innovations in digital health, mobile health, telehealth and telecare. [read more]

80. New project aims to boost cloud computing in Europe

While cloud computing is indeed a revolution in the way we use our computers, the main players in this growing market are still struggling to captivate and build trust among businesses and everyday citizens. Cloud-sceptics are concerned over data security and legal exposure but, more importantly, a lack of understanding and information is what really holds them back. The FP7-funded CLOUDCATALYST project aims to tackle this issue by providing useful tools to foster the adoption of cloud computing in Europe and to boost the European Cloud Computing market. Quality validation date: 2014-07-15 [read more]

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