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As published by Nature Chemistry, scientists from IBM Research (NYSE: IBM) and CiQUS at the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, have confirmed the existence and characterized the structure of arynes, a family of highly-reactive short-lived molecules which was first suggested 113 years ago. [read more]
The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) took place from 15-19 June and provided the backdrop for the MySmartCityDistrict initiative to hold a series of events dubbed OpenHouse from across four member projects - R2CITIES, ZenN, EU-GUGLE and CITyFiED. [read more]
The European research project ECSAFESEAFOOD is currently developing innovative sensors to detect harmful toxins and pharmaceutical agents that can accumulate in seafood. [read more]
BIODIVERSA is pleased to announce the launch of the BIODIVERSA 2015 pan-European call for research proposals on: 'Understanding and managing biodiversity dynamics to improve ecosystem functioning and delivery of ecosystem services in a global change context: the cases of (1) soils and sediments, and (2) land- river- and sea-scapes (habitat connectivity, green and blue infrastructures, and naturing cities)'. [read more]
The European Investment Fund (EIF) and Santander UK today signed an agreement to increase lending to innovative small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as small mid-caps in the United Kingdom. This is the first transaction in the UK to benefit from the support of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI). [read more]
Looking at Europe's flamboyant cathedrals, it is easy to forget that even stone does not last forever. Without effective conservation, gargoyles erode, stained glass shatters, and choir stalls eventually rot. EU-funded researchers have produced innovative compounds to protect our cultural heritage. [read more]
Save the date for the workshop on 'Education, Training and Skills: Connecting students and employers - the case of electronics', organised by the European Commission, DG Connect. [read more]
The EU-funded ATHLOS Project aims to achieve a better understanding of ageing by identifying patterns of healthy ageing trajectories, the determinants of those patterns, the critical points in time when changes in trajectories are produced, and to propose timely clinical and public health interventions to optimise healthy ageing. [read more]
The ASSISTID programme offers a unique opportunity for researchers from a variety of disciplines to submit an original research project in their area of interest around Intellectual Disability (ID) or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Deadline for applications is 30 September 2015. [read more]
On 15 July, the European Commission organised a side event to the Third International Conference on Financing for Development, taking place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. [read more]