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New technology slashes both water consumption and costs using environmentally responsible techniques. [read more]
Third Annual Conference of the Max Planck Partner Group for Balkan Criminology ‘Violence in the Balkans’ will be held in Bucharest, Romania from 1-4 September 2016. This is the continuation of the efforts by the Max Planck Partner Group (MPPG) in establishing research excellence in the field of criminology and criminal justice focused in the Balkan region. The main objective of the Conference is to discuss the criminological phenomenon of violent crimes in the region. [read more]
Do you consider applying to one of the below mentioned Horizon 2020 biotech-related calls? Are you looking for partners to build a consortium? Join us on 28 September in Brussels to meet actors from all around Europe to exchange ideas. • SFS-30-2017: Closing loops at farm and regional levels to mitigate GHG emissions and environmental contamination - focus on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in agro-ecosystems • CIRC-02-2016-2017: Water in the context of the circular economy • LCE-29-2017: CCS in industry, including Bio-CCS • LCE-30-2017: Geological storage pilots • BIOTEC-07-2017: New Plant Breeding Techniques (NPBT) in molecular farming: Multipurpose crops for industrial bioproducts. [read more]
Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) are all around us: they let us know when the next bus will reach our bus stop, help monitor and manage road traffic and make air travel safer. But how does innovation work at this complex intersection between the transport and the ICT industries? The T-TRANS project found answers and laid the foundations for a European ITS innovation network. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
After an organ transplant, a patient must take powerful drugs to suppress rejection of the new body part. The EU-funded THE ONE STUDY project is testing whether some of the body's own immune cells can improve organ acceptance. Initial clinical trials are underway. [read more]
This meeting will facilitate communication between interested parties to encourage future research especially by fostering methodological rigour. [read more]
An EU-funded project has made it easier to develop an effective mix of interlocking policies that will help the EU meet its climate change and energy targets. The methodology includes applying real-world analysis and modelling to policy instruments. [read more]
Vienna calling! Pharma Business Development Insiders choose Vienna as one of the best summer venues for the 64th euroPLX Partnering Conference. [read more]
Antimicrobial drug resistance is an urgent problem. There are relatively few agents in developmental pipelines. Traditional pathways for drug development are expensive and slow. Both the EMA and FDA have recognized some of these obstacles for drug development. New regulation now enables accelerated drug development, with adaptive licensing until larger definitive phase III studies are completed. Such an approach enables access to drugs for patients with unmet medical needs. [read more]