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A new study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden shows that long-term endurance training in a stable way alters the epigenetic pattern in the human skeletal muscle. The research team behind the study, which is being published in the journal Epigenetics, also found strong links between these altered epigenetic patterns and the activity in genes controlling improved metabolism and inflammation. [read more]
Is a cancer treatment working? Often doctors wont know for months. By developing a new technique that quickly reveals a tumour through its metabolic consumption of glucose, an EU-funded project has reduced that delay. This gives doctors precious time in which to switch to a more effective treatment if necessary potentially saving lives. [read more]
Five months after its successful technology presentation at the AUTOMATICA trade fair, the SMErobotics initiative launches its online showroom of industrial use cases for cognitive robotics. Four videos from the areas of automation, assembly, welding and wood-working demonstrate a flexible setup, robust execution and efficient collaboration between worker and robot in a wide range of automation tasks. [read more]
The installation of a floating tidal turbine brings EU researchers one step closer towards achieving a viable marine-based energy sector. [read more]
The SARISTU team involved in the development of the Adaptive Trailing Edge Device is pleased to invite you to the “Exploitation of Morphing” Workshop which will be held on December 11th, 2014 in Chemnitz, Germany. The aim of the workshop is to promote the exploitation of the developed morphing technologies potentialities to other aerospace and general mechanical sectors. If you need further and more detailed information about this workshop, please contact Dr. Antonio Concilio (a.concilio(at)cira.it) directly or visit the project website (www.saristu.eu). [read more]
Essential guidance from the EU Commission, 13 Member State representatives plus leading industry experts on the registration of your Plant Protection Products Keynote Presentations - Hear vital feedback on recent developments and the future outlook at the EU Commission and EFSA The Zonal Authorisation Procedure - The CRD, BVL and Portugal share their experiences, plus take a look into the future with Dow AgroSciences - where will Europe be in 2020? The New Authorisation Database - Review implementation, training and experiences to date. Insight from the EU Commission and Syngenta. From Science to Politics and its Consequences - assess the role of media and politics in the agrochemical industry and its impact on regulatory affairs Keynote Speakers: Wolfgang Reinert, EU Commission Jose Tarazona, EFSA (Subject to confirmation) 13 Member State Representatives 38+ speakers Hear essential guidance from the EU Commission, 13 Member State representatives plus leading industry experts on the registration of your Plant Protection Products Our 2015 agenda has been designed to ensure you achieve success under Regulation 1107/2009. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
This info day will present the needs for responsible research and innovation (RRI) and social sciences and humanities (SSH) in project proposals for ICT-related Horizon 2020 calls with a deadline in 2015. [read more]
EU-funded FUTUREVOLC project improved the monitoring and understanding of magma movements at Icelandic volcanoes. [read more]
EU-funded researchers are converting olive oil waste into heat and electricity to facilitate cost-effective and sustainable agricultural production. [read more]
EU-funded researchers have developed new apps that enable healthcare workers to provide more personalised care to dementia sufferers. [read more]