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At a research facility in Copenhagen, a unique ship's engine has been developed. Powered by both diesel and liquefied natural gas, it has been designed to reduce the emissions of gases like carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxides. [read more]
The results of a new study suggest that there is a correlation between parental education and poverty and the development of a child’s brain. [read more]
The finalists of the EU eHealth Competition for SMEs are now known. The winners will be awarded during the opening plenary of eHealth Week 2015 in Riga. [read more]
Researchers with the DIPLAT project are using laser technology to develop the next generation of industrial diamond-based high performance tools. [read more]
The EC has invested EUR 4m of funding in a flagship Blue Growth project designed to ensure that outputs arising from publicly-funded marine research projects have positive societal benefit. The three-year project is called COLUMBUS and involves 26 partners from across Europe managing knowledge and carrying out knowledge transfer of marine research outputs to measurably increase their uptake and application by different end-users, such as industry, policy makers, and society in general. [read more]
Published on: 08-April-2015 The European Parliament’s Directorate for internal policies recently released a study on policies targeting industry, research and energy. Taking note of the rece (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
UNPLUGGED has investigated how the use of this inductive charging in urban environments improves the convenience and sustainability of electric mobility, developing a flexible quick wireless charging system so that the battery of an electric vehicle, can be charged without needing to leave the car. The project has been a European initiative supported by the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) where 17 partners have been involved. [read more]
A process has in 2014 been initiated aiming for the 'Baltic Sea Region as one test site for development of health care products and services'. If successful this is a huge benefit for SMEs which faster and easier can bring their innovations to the market and it improves the health care offered to patients. For the regions it means more efficient use of existing research and innovation infrastructure and economic development. Read more http://scanbalt.org/press/news%20archive/view?id=3288 [read more]
Nothing can replace the value and insight gained by a hands-on visit. [read more]
The JRC has recently launched a new report calling for a concerted effort to phase out inefficient buildings from the European building stock. [read more]