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The ScanBalt Strategy 2015-2018: Solving Societal Challenges on Top of Europe has been launched. The strategy aims to: make it easier for businesses to explore the Baltic Sea region as a market and development site; promote shared use of knowledge and innovation structures and universities; assist regions in achieving economic development from Baltic Sea Region collaboration. [read more]
Scientists are planting the seeds of bio-insulated buildings by developing innovative insulation using sustainable materials. [read more]
Ripe, but not too ripe; sweet, but still a bit tart - to make outstanding wine, grapes must be harvested when they are at their best. Choosing the right moment is one of the key decisions of the winemaking process. The WinePen, a low-cost handheld device developed by the EU-funded PREMIVM project, can help. It is based on innovative techniques that can give winegrowers the information they need much faster than conventional tools. [read more]
The fourth and final publication in a series of booklets outlining the accomplishments of the EC-funded AQUAEXCEL (Aquaculture infrastructures for excellence in European fish research) project is now available to download from www.aquaexcel.eu. [read more]
On 2 June 2015, the Infrastructure for Systems Biology Europe (ISBE), a European research infrastructure, presented the results from an ‘Industry Survey’ undertaken by ISC – Intelligence in Science at the company’s Brussels offices. [read more]
Three leading European projects have collaborated to produce a new marine microbes research update that explores the cross-over between the projects’ respective objectives as they seek to exploit the virtually untapped resource of marine microorganisms, which account for 98 % of ocean biomass. The update features an insightful and candid knowledge exchange between the coordinators of the three projects, Frank Oliver Glöckner (MICRO B3), Lucas Stal (MACUMBA) and Marcel Jaspars (PHARMASEA). [read more]
PhD students that attended the "11th International Nanotechnology conference on Communication and Cooperation" report back on their impressions. They have been selected and financially supported by the European Commission. [read more]
Transinsight has won a public tender from the German Academy of Sciences - Leopoldina marking the beginning of the project 'Research-Atlas on demographic change'. [read more]
During the last months of the project, the UP-THERM Consortium worked hard to prepare the prototype of UP-THERM engine and CHP system. The engine, designed and implemented at the University of Twente, was shipped to LABOR (Rome) in April, and is now ready to be tested. [read more]
In September 2015, in the Czech Republic (mainly Prague), the DOPAS consortium is holding a 5-day Training Workshop on the role of full-scale experiments on plugs and seals in demonstrating safety and performance of geological disposal. This workshop has been designed in collaboration of the following DOPAS consortium partners: Posiva Oy, Finland; Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague; Andra, France; Svensk Kärnbränslehantering AB (SKB), Sweden; SURAO, Czech Republic; Radioactive Waste Management Limited (RWM), United Kingdom; Nagra, Switzerland; Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS), Germany; and Nuclear Research Institute Rez (UJV), Czech Republic. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events