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Wednesday, 01 March 2017

1. Controlled catalysis for ultra-clean fuels

“Without catalysts society would not exist as we know it today,” says Krijn de Jong, professor of inorganic chemistry and catalysis at Universiteit Utrecht in the Netherlands. “Catalysts are crucial for energy conversion, chemicals production and environmental processes such as cleaning exhaust gases.” [read more]

2. Hot electronics get magnetic cool

Faster supercomputers demand ever smaller-scale microstructures if they are to remain on a rising performance curve. Yet as transistors shrink to the nanometre scale, so power densities and temperatures rise – and the materials they are made of can only take so much before breaking down. [read more]

3. Research Headlines - Silicon in a new light

In an early application of a new discovery in semiconductor physics, EU-funded researchers have developed a silicon infrared detector that is simpler and cheaper than conventional detectors. The ultimate goal is a silicon-based laser. [read more]

4. Significant progress within the Neutral Beam Power Supplies area

Two important events have recently taken place in F4E’s Neutral Beam Power Supplies area. [read more]

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

5. Excellent results for the European gyrotron prototype

Excellent results have been obtained for the first high-power 1 MW gyrotron prototype manufactured in Europe. [read more]

6. The Future of Science through Citizens Engagement - 28 March 2017

The citizens’ perspective on addressing the societal challenges for the 9th EU framework programme for research and innovation Programme Chair: Paul Rübig, MEP, Chair of STOA Moderator: Lars Klüver, Director of Teknologiraadet – The Danish Board of Technology (DBT) - the Danish parliamentary office of technology assessment • 17.00-17.15 Welcome Key Note Paul Rübig – MEP and Chair of STOA • 17.15-17.30 Introduction to Citizens and Multi-Actor Consultation on Horizon 2020 (CIMULACT) Sergio Bellucci – Managing Director TA-SWISS • 17.30-18. [read more]

Monday, 27 February 2017

7. Research Headlines - Young people step up to the SciChallenge

What gets young people excited about science? EU-funded researchers are finding out, with a view to encouraging more young people to follow a career in science, technology, engineering or maths. [read more]

Friday, 24 February 2017

8. Nephro Update Europe - 6-7 October 2017, Vienna, Austria

14 expert speakers from across Europe will summarize the most relevant scientific information for practitioners to implement into their daily work. A complete take-home compendium, including all presentations, will be handed out at the congress. [read more]

9. Nightingale Horizon 2020 Project Open Market Consultation - 31 March 2017, Brussels, Belgium

Interested parties are invited to participate in the Nightingale Open Market Consultation meeting, which seeks to inform and prepare companies for the upcoming call for tender on 1 November; as well as gather feedback and suggestions from potential bidders. The Nightingale project, made up of doctors, nurses and engineers with expertise on managing deteriorating patients and delivering innovation in healthcare, want to design wearable technology that can continuously monitor patients’ vital signs as well as ensuring early warning of actual deterioration in and out of hospital. [read more]

10. Nightingale Horizon 2020 Project Open Market Consultation - 6 April 2017, Munich, Germany

Interested parties are invited to participate in the Nightingale Open Market Consultation meeting, which seeks to inform and prepare companies for the upcoming call for tender on 1 November; as well as gather feedback and suggestions from potential bidders. The Nightingale project, made up of doctors, nurses and engineers with expertise on managing deteriorating patients and delivering innovation in healthcare, want to design wearable technology that can continuously monitor patients’ vital signs as well as ensuring early warning of actual deterioration in and out of hospital. [read more]

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