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Friday, 04 September 2015

1. Research Headlines - African network for eye on Earth

Earth monitoring - observing land, security and climate change from space - can help countries protect resources and improve lives. But the technology is no use without human capacity. So that capacity-building in Africa targets the continent's priorities, an EU-funded project brought together African and European specialists to build networks and make key investment decisions. [read more]

Thursday, 03 September 2015

2. Success Stories - Big push for backup pancreases

No more injections... For diabetics whose bodies don't produce insulin, transplants of the necessary pancreatic cells can be a solution. However, at the moment, this intervention can only offer temporary relief. A new EU-funded project is taking the technique another step ahead. [read more]

Wednesday, 02 September 2015

3. Research Headlines - HPV infection may forewarn of head and neck cancer risk

Human papillomavirus has long been associated with the vast majority of cervical and anogenital cancers diagnosed worldwide, but its role in head-and-neck cancers has been less widely researched. In a landmark case study, EU-funded researchers are characterising the connection in order to advance the development of new screening and diagnostic techniques. [read more]

4. Success Stories - EU-Africa synergies for e-waste recycling

The mix of urbanisation and rising technology use has increased the stream of e-waste in Africa, for which recycling capacity is limited. Waste management infrastructures are few and far between, public awareness of health issues is limited and environmental precautions rare. A team of European and African researchers is working on a solution. [read more]

5. Supporting the excellence in the study of human past

Ancient manuscripts in Ethiopia: preserving an historical and cultural heritageEthiopia has the most ancient tradition of written culture in sub-Saharan Africa. Until today old monasteries and churches, scattered all over the country, hold thousands of precious manuscripts. Yet, for most part, these cultural treasures are stored in precarious conditions. [read more]

6. Training course - Swelling clays: From compacted bentonite to clay colloids in the context of nuclear - 14-16 October 2015, Karlsruhe, Germany

The BELBaR project is holding a training course, "Swelling clays: From compacted bentonite to clay colloids in the context of nuclear." The intention of the course is to provide the participants with a sound understanding of clays, clay colloids and their role in the context of nuclear waste disposal. The course comprises both overview and introductory lectures from experts in the field and hands-on training on state-of-the-art analytical techniques used in the characterization of clays, clay colloids and the interaction of clay colloids with radionuclides. [read more]

Tuesday, 01 September 2015

7. Developing advanced lightweight vehicles

Innovate UK and theOffice for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV)are to invest up to £20m in collaborative research & development projects to significantly reduce the mass of road-going vehicles [read more]

8. Integrated Delivery Programme 12: Seeding tomorrow’s vehicle technologies today

Innovate UK and theOffice for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV)are to invest up to£20 million in technical feasibility studies and collaborative research and development (CR&D) projects to encourage technologies for road vehicles that will deliver significant reductions in CO2 and other emissions. [read more]

9. Research Headlines - GEOSS: Now with more wow

The Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) is providing access to streams of data from around the world, but this is just one of its objectives. Enabling users to benefit from these data and derived information is another. An EU-funded project has advanced the technology, using the example of data on water, oceans and the weather (WOW). [read more]

10. Success Stories - Forging new paths in pursuit of more targeted cancer treatments

EU-funded researchers have developed an innovative new cancer treatment. Interest from the pharmaceutical industry has been so great that the research team has set up a company dedicated to bringing their innovations to market. [read more]

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