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Schizophrenia is a disabling mental illness that affects millions of Europeans. Drugs to manage the disease have mixed success - about 30 percent of patients do not respond to medication at all. [read more]
Easy to make, cheap and cheerful, pizza remains a favourite meal in many countries. But, as with many things in life, the pleasure comes with a price. Much of the flavour comes from the fatty cheese that melts so deliciously, and so temptingly for diet-watchers. Is it possible to make pizza less fatty? [read more]
ACDC is an important initiative for the cyber security strategy for the EU. The project offers a complete range of services to enhance cyber security that will go from the recognition of "malware" to prevention across networks, fixed and mobile devices. Within the ISD2014, ACDC will present its results and will launch the online ACDC community portal for all companies joining ACDC. You are invited to join for a full update of the project results and a practical session to interact with the ACDC portal. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Published on: 04-September-2014 For the first time in the histo (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
European Commission Press release Brussels, 4 September 2014 Caption: A diver inspects seaweed growing at AT~SEA’s test site near Galway, Ireland. Download here the picture in high quality. Seaweed is an important but under-exploited resource for food and feed ingredients, biochemicals and the production of biofuels. [read more]
Nottingham Trent University is pleased to be hosting the first international conference to examine Product Lifetimes and the Environment (PLATE) in the context of sustainability. This ground-breaking event will include keynote presentations, discussion, debate and workshops, an exhibition and gallery of artefacts, and a gala dinner. The conference will review current research on how and why increased product lifetimes have become an important element in resource efficiency, waste reduction and low carbon strategies for sustainability. Academic researchers, industry representatives and policy stakeholders will share knowledge and experience on the influence that product longevity has on environmental, economic and social sustainability. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Europe has always been a blend of cultures and communities, with a regular churn of people across the continent. Yet the mix can be complex, and some find the changes difficult. While there may be no perfect way to manage Europes ethnic and religious diversity, the European Union (EU)-funded research project ACCEPT PLURALISM has developed a guide to help deal with the challenges as they arise. [read more]
A recently published JRC article describes the strong link between the nutrients in European rivers and marine productivity (up to fish production) in the Mediterranean Sea from 1960 to 2012. [read more]
The European Commission has today published a report on gender equality in public research, showing the variety of policies across 31 European countries. Significant progress has been made concerning gender balance in decision-making bodies in 18 countries. However, overall progress is slow and often piecemeal. [read more]
Dialogue and international cooperation form the basis of a European Union (EU)-funded project that fosters new ideas, sharing of knowledge and working relationships for the benefit of both Europe and Africa. [read more]