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The conference – organised by the European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, in cooperation with Directorates General for Education and Culture and for Communications Networks, Content and Technology – will showcase the dialogue between contemporary European society and the most promising innovations in the field of cultural heritage that European policies and funds have supported. The conference sessions will highlight policy, social, technological, methodological innovations and new, promising alliances around cultural heritage. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
European Commission - Statement Brussels, 7 November 2017 On 7 November 2017, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Marie Skłodowska-Curie's birth. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and the only female scientist who was awarded the Prize twice, in both physics and chemistry. [read more]
At a vineyard in Tomar in Portugal, scientists from the University of Lisbon are testing out a new robot designed to increase the productivity of winegrowers. [read more]
EU-funded researchers have developed two cutting-edge software platforms that European crisis responders can now use to improve coordination, communication and preparedness. The platforms could help prevent catastrophes escalating, reduce economic losses and save lives. [read more]
In autumn 2017 and winter 2018, the RISE (Research, Innovation, Science Experts) group of advisors to Commissioner for Research, Science & Innovation, Carlos Moedas, are touring European capitals to meet with independent experts and think tanks in the field of research and innovation. The Tour d’Europe takes place in the context of President Juncker' initiative of a wide and open reflection on the future direction of the European project. The RISE Tour d’Europe will focus on the field of research and innovation and its role in wider European policy. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
In this Conference evidence of the social impact achieved by EU funded projects will be presented by different agents including scientists, policy makers representing different levels of policy implementation – regional, national and European- as well as end-users who have benefited from the social impact of EU research. The FP7 IMPACT-EV project is addressed to mapping and evaluating impact of research in Europe. This project has analyzed the impact of EU FPs’ funded research projects identifying the scientific impact but particularly focusing on the political and social impacts of these research projects. [read more]
As the EU is just about to finish its review of the current Bioeocnomy Strategy and decide on updating it in 2018, this ThinkForest seminar will provide insights why it is important to merge the bioeconomy and circular economy concepts, and what are the priority issues for a new circular bioeocnomy strategy. In the seminar, EFI will publish a new strategic report on “Leading the way to a European circular bioeconomy strategy”. We will be discussing the questions of: • Why do we need a European circular economy strategy? • What should its main ingredients be? [read more]
The event is to present the network of Young European Research Universities. It takes place in the European Parliament and is hosted by MEP Soledad Cabezon (S&D). We will present the YERUN Position on the next Framework Programme FP9 and we will have researchers presenting FP7 and H2020 projects that are being done in collaboration by members of the network. [read more]
New automated assembly line techniques developed via an EU-funded project could lead to highly efficient production methods for composite airframes for next generation aircraft. The project partners behind these technologies are now looking to commercialise their innovations, boosting the industry's competitiveness. [read more]
European researchers have developed models and tools to boost the performance, reliability and lifetime of commercial photovoltaic (PV) systems. Their results, which are already being used by energy operators, were validated using data analysed from diverse installations across Europe. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation