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Monday, 16 February 2015

81. Step changes by FP7 projects at the European Robotics Forum 2015

The European Commission is organising a workshop during the European Robotics Forum 2015 (#ERF) on 12 March 2015 in Vienna. Some of the successful projects supported under the FP7 work programme will present their achievements and will explain how the results can be re-used. [read more]

82. The erosive force of rainfall is the harshest in southern Europe - 16 Feb 2015

Rainfall is more likely to cause soil erosion in the Mediterranean and Alpine regions than in Northern Europe.  This becomes evident from a new set of data that the JRC has collected on the erosive force of rainfall in different parts of Europe. [read more]

83. Why dazzling patterns in motion may put off predators

EU-funded researchers are closer to understanding why dazzling patterns may protect certain species from becoming someone else’s lunch. [read more]

84. Workshop on impact beyond projects at the ERF 2015

Being part of an EU-funded project is not only about research and innovation. In order to have a strong impact you need visibility and outreach too. [read more]

Friday, 13 February 2015

85. CORDIS Express: The humanoids are coming!

This edition of CORDIS Express takes a look at research projects focused on humanoids and other aspects of robotics. [read more]

86. EU Presidency fosters partnerships for smart specialisation - 13 Feb 2015

The joint Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG Regional and Urban Policy) and JRC's Smart Specialisation Platform is the main tool to support regional and national authorities in designing their related strategies. [read more]

87. Events - EUROPEAN SOCIETIES FACING ENERGY TRANSITION - 17-18 February 2015, Rome

In order to face the challenges of climate change and energy security, Europe needs to rediscuss and renew its ways of producing and consuming energy. Reduced emissions, increased use of renewable energy and energy saving are the key environmental objectives that Europe has embedded in its strategy for 2020 and beyond. However, to launch a process of energy transition we need to take the multidimensional nature of this phenomenon into account. Changing energy systems has social, cultural, economic, political, geopolitical, and lifestyle implications and thus energy transition is not confined to the study of technical change, since it also involves deep social change. [read more]

88. Events - EUROPEAN SOCIETIES FACING ENERGY TRANSITION - The challenges of the human factor and energy security up to 2050 - 17-18 February 2015, Rome

Changing energy systems has social, cultural, economic, political, geopolitical, and lifestyle implications. Energy transition and the path towards a low carbon society are not confined to the study of technical change. The international MILESECURE Seminar took place at ENEA with more than 100 stakeholders that discussed the climate change, energy security and transition issues in Europe from a socio-economic and human perspective. [read more]

89. Events - EUROPEAN SOCIETIES FACING ENERGY TRANSITION - The challenges of the human factor and energy security up to 2050 - 17-18 February 2015, Rome

Changing energy systems has social, cultural, economic, political, geopolitical, and lifestyle implications. Energy transition and the path towards a low carbon society are not confined to the study of technical change. The international MILESECURE Seminar took place at ENEA with more than 100 stakeholders that discussed the climate change, energy security and transition issues in Europe from a socio-economic and human perspective. [read more]

90. Events - Social impact policy analysis of technological innovation challenges - 26-27 February 2015, Brussels

Final SIMPATIC stakeholder’s conference, Brussels, 26 and 27 February 2015 For registration, please send you name, surname, organisation, address, phone and email to cristina.bonafe@bruegel.org. For more information about SIMPATIC: Prof. Reinhilde Veugelers, Coordinator at BRUEGEL and Dr. Domenico Rossetti di Valdalbero, Project Officer at the European Commission, DG RTD. [read more]

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