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Monday, 16 November 2015

52. R&I in the Danube Region – Panel discussion with EUREKA participation

How to make the Danube Region a joint Danube Research and Innovation area for the benefit of the people living in the Danube Region? That was the topic of a panel discussion organised by Danube-INCO.NET in cooperation with Priority Area 7 “Knowledge society” within the 4th EUSDR Annual Forum. Moderated by Ms Martina Hartl, Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy, Austria, the discussion included representatives from Germany, Serbia and the European Commission, as well as EUREKA Projects Monitoring, Cluster and Umbrella Representative Jorge Liz. [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

53. Research Headlines - Sustainable consumption? Here's what we know.

Building a sustainable future is a key challenge facing governments today. Information on possible approaches is needed, and a wealth of relevant research does exist - but it is not necessarily easy to find and use. An EU-funded project has compiled extensive knowledge online and promoted dialogue between scientists and policy-makers. [read more]

54. Strengthening old and new bonds – Dutch EUREKA representatives on a fact-finding mission to Canada

Representatives from the Netherlands Enterprise Agency and Ministry of Economic Affairs responsible for EUREKA, Eurostars and Horizon2020 went to Canada the week of October 26 to explore ways to expand collaboration in areas of mutual interest.  The program was organized by the Dutch Embassy and Consulates and the Canadian EUREKA Office at the National Research Council (NRC), and involved stops in Toronto, Kitchener-Waterloo, Ottawa and Vancouver for meetings and networking events with federal and provincial governments, research organizations, universities and colleges, ICT incubators and [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

55. Success Stories - Setting the injection moulding world abuzz

Injection moulding is the most common method for manufacturing plastic parts, from bottle caps and pocket combs to mechanical components and medical devices. But it has its limitations. An EU-funded team has created the first commercial moulding machine that uses ultrasound to overcome those confines. The technology has already been sold to European and US companies. [read more]

56. The EURIPIDES SPrinTronics Project, printing tomorrow’s electronic systems

The inkjet printing at an industrial level is a technology that has been around for almost a decade. For electronics based industries this technology is economically interesting due to its digital nature, multi-materials features and reliability. The potential isn’t limited to create a new market but it is disruptive. [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

Friday, 13 November 2015

57. EUPancreas @ World Pancreatic Cancer Day

13 November is the World Pancreatic Cancer Day. EUPancreas is one of the COST Actions helping the fight against the disease. [read more]

58. EURIPIDES² present in IMAPS Workshop on Microelectronics, Systems and Packaging for Medical Applications

Are you an innovator in the field of Medical Applications? Then the 3rd Advanced Technology Workshop on Microelectronics, Systems and Packaging for Medical Applications will be of interest to you. Taking place on November 25 and 26 in Lyon, France, the workshop includes keynote speeches on Neuro Stimulation and Brain Computing and a dedicated section on European funding opportunities. EURIPIDES² Operation Manager Rémy Renaudin will deliver a presentation entitled: "EUREKA can finance your international and innovative project!" [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

59. Environment - Commission to open Global Earth observation data

The European Commission, a founding member of the Group on Earth Observations (GEO), has subscribed today in Mexico to the 2015 - 2025 implementation plan of the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS). The 10-year Strategic Plan will provide open access to earth observation data from anywhere in the world to decision makers, researchers and innovators. [read more]

60. Matching investors with innovative companies in Denmark, Portugal and Germany

On November 5th the 13th edition of the Nordic Venture Forum took place in Copenhagen, Denmark. The sixty-three best innovative companies in Online Mobile, Clean Technology, Life Sciences and Food showcased to an audience of international venture capital investors. All the presenting entrepreneurs were selected by an international jury from over 100 applications, based upon criteria such as: business potential, team experience, product & technology and competitive position. [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

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