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This week’s edition of CORDIS Express takes a look at EU-funded research projects exploring and developing the potential of lasers. [read more]
European technology and engineering firms and innovators are invited to submit proposals for small-scale experiments to advance the development of innovative products and services in the area of cyber-physical systems (CPS). [read more]
Published on: 08-May-2015 EUREKA, the Network for promoting cross-border innovation is turning 30. EUREKA is exploiting this important anniversary to showcase in the coming year its histo (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
The project OpenAire2020 has launched its pilot to stimulate publishing in Open Access journals in Europe by providing funding to cover all or part of the costs of post-grant open access publishing arising from projects funded under the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). [read more]
Timed to examine Government's post-election plans for UK science and innovation policy, and informed by the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee's inquiry on Priorities for science, this seminar will bring together key stakeholders from the academic community and R&D-intensive industries with policymakers. Guest of Honour: Dr Jack Metthey, Director, Policy Development and Coordination, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
On 8 May, the European Union officially started its programme of activities at Expo 2015 with the international conference on the role of research for the global food and nutrition security, and the inauguration of the EU pavilion. [read more]
This call provides Europe’s SME’s and new entrants with the opportunity to develop new Cyber Physical System (CPS)-products and components based on existing CPS platforms available in the market. EuroCPS also provides design support to encourage rapid development and lower the entry costs for designing and optimizing novel CPS solutions by initiating new business and innovation opportunities between innovator entities (SMEs and large companies), major CPS-platform providers, and competence centers. [read more]
To promote healthy diets for children, European Commission nutrition experts gathered recipes from school food professionals in all EU Member States plus Norway and Switzerland. The 30 meals inspired a colourful booklet to promote nutritious and tasty school meals. [read more]
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The average car in Europe weighed around 1400 kg and emitted about 132 g of CO2 per kilometre travelled in 2012. Lower weight equals a decrease in fuel consumption and as a result CO2 emissions. An EU-funded project has developed two new high-volume materials that could help new car models lighten their emission load. [read more]