This Syndicated News page contains articles for the last 30 days from a variety of news feeds related to the European Research Area. The list of articles is refreshed every 15 minutes so you can be sure of the latest information.
Click the following link to view the sources used on this page.
Minutes since last refreshed: 11 (03:15 on 26 July 2016)
The upcoming Electronics Goes Green conference 2016 is an outstanding event for the growing global community of scientists, product developers, business managers and policy designers working on the task of improving the environmental properties of technologies and products along the value chain of the electronics and ICT industry. [read more]
On 20 July the Commission presented a package of measures to accelerate the transition to low-carbon emissions in all sectors of the economy in Europe. [read more]
The biennial international congress "Materials Science Engineering (MSE 2016)” will take place in Darmstadt, Germany from September 27th - 29th, 2016. We invite prospective authors to submit abstracts for lectures or posters relating to the congress topics: The Topics are structured into 62 symposia that are subject to a comprehensive Call for Abstracts - an excellent opportunity to report on your latest results. Especially young scientists are welcome to actively contribute to the congress by submitting an abstract or poster. Students and young scientists will benefit from specific promotion programs. [read more]
Haematopoietic Stem Cells (HSCs) are blood cells located in the bone marrow. These cells are extensively used in research to develop treatments for many severe diseases, including HIV and multiple sclerosis, and their transplant is a key therapy for certain types of cancer like leukemia and multiple myeloma. However, the use of HSCs is seriously constrained by their limited availability since growing them in the lab does not produce very large quantities. [read more]
The EMBO Meeting is an annual event held in Europe to promote the life sciences and the exchange of scientific results. The meeting encourages scientists to look beyond their own fields, engage with the international scientific community and explore interdisciplinary approaches to research in the life sciences. Participants experience new perspectives on topics that cover the entire range of the life sciences – from studies of molecules and the cell all the way up to investigation of larger, complex biological systems. The EMBO Meeting: • Fosters interactions among the community of life scientists in Europe and beyond • Allows scientists from all countries in Europe to hear talks by leading international researchers from all over the world • Helps to promote excellence in the life sciences to the widest possible audience • Provides young researchers with access to career opportunities through networking events and other career-related activities The meeting attracts more than 1000 participants every year, including graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, young investigators and later stage researchers from all areas of the life sciences. [read more]
The FEBS Congress aims to provide an outstanding international forum in the European area for the face to face exchange of knowledge and ideas across the molecular life sciences. The core scientific programme comprises inspiring plenary lectures from distinguished researchers working in areas of high topical interest, and a range of themed symposia providing focused updates from leading experts in each field. The contribution of participants towards the scientific discussion at the event is encouraged by the opportunity to present work through extensive poster sessions, and submitted abstracts may also be considered for oral presentations.The broad subject coverage of the Congress and its size provide an excellent setting for participants to gain valuable insight into progress in research areas beyond their own. [read more]
The European Pain Federation, EFIC®, is proud to announce its First Topical Seminar, on the theme of Acute and Chronic Joint Pain. 2016 is the European and Global Year against Joint Pain, and we meet in Dubrovnik to consider the many recent developments in the understanding and treatment of joint diseases causing Pain and the overall management of such pain. The scientific program is designed to meet the aims of EFIC®, which are “to advance the understanding of mechanisms, assessment, prevention and the treatment of pain»; it will consist of plenary sessions, workshops, seminars, free paper sessions and poster presentations. We will be holding the meeting in conjunction with other global and European groups to broaden the appeal of the meeting and to extend our message. [read more]
From 26 to 28 September 2016, Politecnico di Torino (Italy) hosts the 2nd UNI-SET Energy Clustering Event (ECE) on the SET-Plan Core Priority 3 “Develop and strengthen energy-efficient systems” and Additional Priority 2 “Increase safety in the use of nuclear energy”. The event seeks to stimulate discussion and the development of innovative and multidisciplinary research and education programmes through clustering activities, consortia building and knowledge sharing. The ECEs aim to mobilise the European university community to tackle the “energy challenge”, in the framework of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan) and the Energy Union. [read more]
The conference will be held in the historic Examination Schools in the centre of Oxford which we believe will give you a great opportunity to enjoy the city while also experiencing an interesting and stimulating conference. You will be able to visit many of the famous attractions in Oxford and we have arranged social events in prestigious venues around the city and University. [read more]
The 3rd HBP School is jointly organised by the Human Brain Project (HBP) and the Allen Institute for Brain Science (AI) and offers a comprehensive programme covering all aspects of neuroscience relevant to the HBP research programme. Understanding the brain requires an integrated understanding of different scales of organisation spanning genes, channels, cells, microcircuits, brain regions and their roles in behaviour from perception to action in different states including wakefulness and sleep. This course will take the student through the latest data, models and techniques for investigating the different levels of the brain and through the process of putting the pieces together to derive new insights and theories. Workshops each day will guide the student with hands-on experience with the state-of-the-art tools and techniques for neuroinformatics, analysis, modelling and simulation. [read more]