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Monday, 18 May 2015

51. Research Headlines - Shields up for manned space exploration

Thriving settlements on Mars, mining operations on the moon, exploration teams heading out into the universe - humankind may one day be able to establish a presence far beyond its home planet. The EU-funded SR2S project strives to remove one of the main obstacles by developing a magnetic shield to protect astronauts from radiation in deep space. [read more]

52. “We must scrap excessive legislation” says Head of EUREKA Secretariat

Published on: 18-May-2015 In an interview during the European Business Summit to, the leading online EU portal, the Head of the EUREKA Secretariat, Pedro de Sampaio Nunes expressed (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

Friday, 15 May 2015

53. How to turn a basic electronics lab into a low-cost, advanced telecommunications one

A piece of work by the NUP/UPNA-Public University of Navarre on how to turn a basic electronics lab into a low-cost, complete telecommunications lab has received the best paper award in the category of 'Innovative Materials, Teaching and Learning Experiences in Engineering Education' at the 6th IEEE Global Education Conference (EDUCON). The conference, held recently in Tallinn (Estonia), is regarded as one of the main events worldwide in the field of engineering education. [read more]

54. Issue 42 of the research*eu results magazine: Road safety - towards zero fatalities?

The latest research*eu results magazine is now available in free, accessible PDF. [read more]

55. Mapping and assessing ecosystems and their services for policy and decision making

A new collaborative EU Horizon 2020 funded project 'ESMERALDA - Enhancing ecosystem services mapping for policy and decision making' looks into the needs of policy and decision-makers in EU member states for flexible methodologies, tools and data for sustainable management of ecosystems and their services. [read more]

56. Prototype Ocean Monitoring Sensors Show Revolutionary Potential

The EC-funded COMMON SENSE project is successfully developing prototypes for innovative, next generation sensing technologies that will support the protection of the marine environment in Europe. Progress on the development of these sensors, which will contribute to the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) by enabling effective monitoring of our marine waters, was presented at the project’s recent partner meeting held in Terrassa, Spain, from 22-23 April 2015. [read more]

57. Research Headlines - Foraging the untapped value of Europe's forests

EU-funded researchers have identified the untapped commercial potential of products like wild berries, mushrooms, nuts and plants growing in Europe's forests for the benefit of rural communities - a way to generate growth and jobs. [read more]

Thursday, 14 May 2015

58. Food for thoughts

How safe is what we eat? Can we certify food production? Photonics is increasingly dealing with such themes, which are currently also being debated at the World Expo 2015. [read more]

59. Read the latest TRIP newsletter

TheMay edition of the TRIP Newsletter is now out and available here: ENDS [read more]

60. Success Stories - EU research leads battle against obesity epidemic

The EU is investing in research to counter rising obesity among Europeans. Ongoing projects such as SATIN, Full4Health, I.Family and EarlyNutrition are leading to a better understanding of why more people are becoming obese – research that could save lives and reduce the burden on national health systems. [read more]

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