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From Pakistan to the Balkans and from Mozambique to Western Europe - images of the misery caused by flooding are a regular feature in the media. While eliminating all risk is impossible, understanding it and adapting buildings, infrastructure and flood defences can save lives and money. EU-funded researchers have developed the tools needed to do just that, and have passed them on to Europe's policymakers. [read more]
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 03 March 2015 The “Ebola: from emergency to recovery” conference is taking place in Brussels today under the organisation and patronage of the European Union. While international efforts have reduced the number of Ebola infections in recent months, it is critical to maintain the... [read more]
Published on: 03-March-2015 Last month EUREKA launched a new pilot programme to support innovative SMEs in seeking private investment. The EUREKA HTIP, or High Tech Investment Programme is organised in partnership with E (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
Today, the first two hundred Deans and Rectors from universities and research institutes to have implemented the European Charter for Researchers and Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers will receive the 'HR Excellence in Research Award' for their efforts to create attractive working conditions for researchers in Europe. To mark the event, the European Commission is hosting a conference to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Charter and Code, celebrating the creation of an attractive, open and sustainable labour market for researchers in Europe. [read more]
The European Commission has today launched a new Policy Support Facility (PSF) to help EU Member States reform their research and innovation policies. Such reforms are a priority for EU economic policy as highly performing research and innovation systems can kick-start renewed growth and job creation. The first countries to make use of the Facility are Bulgaria and Hungary.Available also in version: Bulgarian and Hungarian [read more]
The ocean can be ruthless and unpredictable. Tsunamis strike without warning, taking thousands of lives. How can we spot an approaching wave in time to save people? Outside Setubal, Portugal, scientists from a European research project are testing a device that automatically detects a rising wave to alert people on the nearby beach. [read more]
This workshop is a collaboration between the Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem and GET project (Fill the Gap and GET Global), with SMEs having an opportunity to present their medicines optimisation solutions and meet with procurers and buyers in this area. [read more]
Private tenancy law is existentially affecting the daily lives of European citizens, as about one third of them depend on rental housing.That notwithstanding, it constitutes a nearly blank space in comparative and European law. This is due to its national character, its political nature and its embeddedness in widely diverging national housing policies, which ultimately reflect different welfare state models. At the same time, however, different parts of EU law and policy do affect tenancy law significantly, albeit indirectly. Thus, EU social policy against poverty and social exclusion extends to selected issues of housing policy.Against this background, this project sets out to provide the first large-scale comparative and European law survey of tenancy law. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Iñigo de la Parra Laita, an industrial engineer of the NUP/UPNA-Public University of Navarre, has developed a model that has been patented and which is capable of simulating fluctuations in photovoltaic power. As he explains, 'just by knowing the irradiance recorded in one spot, the number of grouped power stations and the average surface area they occupy, we can simulate what fluctuations may take place in photovoltaic power'. [read more]
The three-year 'Robotic Manipulation for Nuclear Sort and Segregation' (RoMaNs) project will receive a total of €6.4 million through Horizon 2020. It aims to develop an autonomous robotics system for nuclear waste handling. This will avoide environmental hazards and dangerous working conditions. [read more]