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Thursday, 03 August 2017

21. Let’s build the big lid of the Tokamak bioshield

Why is a cover being installed in the building that will house the ITER device? [read more]

22. Research Headlines - Giving MS sufferers a better quality of life

Although significant progress has been made in recent years in developing medication that slows the progression of multiple sclerosis, there has been little effort to treat the daily symptoms of the disease. The EU-funded MS Fatigue_Therapy project is doing just this, measuring fatigue and investigating potential treatments. [read more]

Wednesday, 02 August 2017

23. HYDROGEN FOR CLEAN TRANSPORT - Fuel cell and Hydrogen initiatives paving the way in Europe - 22 September 2017, Brussels, Belgium

The "Hydrogen for Clean Transport" Conference, taking place on 22 September in Brussels (Charlemagne building) will offer a unique occasion to learn about the main achievements of hydrogen technology in transport sector in Europe but also to understand what are the remaining barriers facing the technology deployment. The event is a partnership between the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking and the flagship hydrogen projects: HyFIVE and H2ME, funded under the European Union FP7 and H2020 programmes. [read more]

24. Research Headlines - Cracking the shell secret to help shellfish farmers

Shellfish are a significant source of food, yet we know very little about how they make their shells and how environmental factors affect them. The EU-funded CACHE project is finding out how shellfish produce their shells, how this production varies according to their environment, and what this means for the future of shellfish farming. [read more]

25. Success Stories - The Geological Clock Of Volcanoes

The volcano is one of the most powerful representations of nature, it can change territories and subsequently the history of human kind. Knowing its behaviour during an eruption is essential in order to understand its evolution. [read more]

Tuesday, 01 August 2017

26. Research Headlines - Community engagement drives Ebola vaccine trial in Sierra Leone

To ensure the right person takes an Ebola trial vaccine at the right time in Sierra Leone, an EU-industry funded project is employing a combination of low-tech and high-tech community engagement strategies. Today, 450 adults and 96 adolescents are successfully enrolled in a two-stage vaccine trial. [read more]

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