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Monday, 22 June 2015

91. Public-Private Partnerships Info Day - 16 October 2015, Brussels, Charlemagne and Centre Albert Borschette

Information Day on the contractual Public-Private Partnerships on Factories of the Future, Energy-efficient Buildings, Green Vehicles and Sustainable Process Industry Overview of ongoing activities – presentation of the 2016 - 2017 calls – brokerage and networking [read more]

92. Research Headlines - Turning sea water into drinking water

The world needs more drinking water, without damaging ecosystems, and the sea is one possible source. EU-funded researchers are developing a self-cleaning filter membrane for desalination plants that cuts their energy use, waste and maintenance costs compared to those of existing filters. [read more]

93. STAR-FLOOD completes case study on flood risk management in Europe

The STAR-FLOOD project has published some early insights into its analysis of flood risk management strategies in six European countries. [read more]

94. The European project TIMON kicks off in Bilbao

Funded with over EUR 5.5 million, the TIMON project, coordinated by the University of Deusto, aims to make road transport more efficient, sustainable and safer. [read more]

Friday, 19 June 2015

95. Bringing about a Sea Change to protect our oceans and our health

SEA CHANGE, a new EUR 3.5 million EU Horizon 2020-funded project, will address the challenge of raising European citizens’ awareness of the intrinsic links between the ocean and human health. [read more]

96. CORDIS Express: Energy outlook – seeking sustainable solutions

This week's Express takes a look at the research efforts on sustainable energy that will help the EU and beyond deliver on its climate commitments. [read more]

97. DIRECTION’s sixth progress meeting in April marks start of home stretch

Coordinators CARTIF hosted the DIRECTION project’s sixth progress meeting and general assembly at their premises in Valladolid, Spain on April 22 and 23. [read more]

98. EVIDENT publication in journal Nature

Study shows how the Ebola virus mutated and spread during the outbreak in West Africa. [read more]

99. European AXES tool helps you find the hidden treasures in your video archives

Video archives continue to expand rapidly. That might seem a good thing, as more content becomes available on a growing number of topics, but it also brings its challenges: finding the exact content you are looking for becomes more difficult and takes longer. AXES, a tool resulting from a recently-ended European research project, changes that. It allows users to mine video archives rapidly, intuitively and with minimal effort. It comes with a public test version that is freely available. [read more]

100. Joint Danube Survey - JRC contributes to the river's water quality check - 19 Jun 2015

The results of the Joint Danube Survey 3 (JDS3), the biggest scientific river expedition in the world, are now published by the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR). [read more]

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