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Tuesday, 19 July 2016

41. New weapons in the fight against antibiotic resistance

Antimicrobial resistance is the phenomenon of the decade, increasing medical expenses, morbidity and costing the European Union alone 25 000 deaths per year. The rush to discover new antibiotics has slowed dramatically, with trials for new compounds becoming rarer and less effective. This is an arms race between microbes and human being, and ERC grantee Prof. [read more]

42. Photonic Integration Conference - 27 September 2016, Eindhoven, Netherlands

On September 27, 2016, the 2nd edition of the Photonic Integration Conference will take place at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The following topics will be covered during the second edition: Business models for applying Photonic Integration Cases of Photonic Integration in optical sensing, lighting & energy, displays, information technology, telecom, healthcare & life science, security & defence, robotic manufacturing processes Integration of photonics with microelectronics at the chip, board and system levels Exploitation of new (Nano) materials. [read more]

43. Research Headlines - Hydrogen power for zero CO2 emissions and energy security

Europe relies on natural gas and fossil fuels from a limited number of countries. These energy sources generate harmful greenhouse gases that accelerate climate change and its devastating impacts. The EU-funded HYDROSOL-PLANT project has developed a technology that has the potential to produce hydrogen on a large-scale, cost-effectively. This renewable energy could slow climate change and create a sustainable future. [read more]

44. Swiss Science Briefing: Longing for a good night’s sleep? - 14 September 2016, Brussels, Belgium

Solutions at the cross-roads between psychology, biology and neuroscience: how to best support interdisciplinarity.The briefing aims at reflecting on this issue by diving into the research area of sleep for which interdisciplinarity is key.Speakers are Björn Rasch and Björn Rasch from the University of Fribourg and Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, President of the European Research. [read more]

46. UK Smart Cities: development, implementation and effective utilisation - 13 September 2016, London, United Kingdom

As urban areas throughout the UK continue to develop smart infrastructure and with growing demand for data and telecoms services, this seminar will consider next steps for the expansion and implementation of services across sectors including transport, communications, waste management and energy. Delegates will assess key issues facing the sector, such as long-term financing challenges, cyber security threats and developing standards to allow for sufficient access to smart services. [read more]

Monday, 18 July 2016

47. New ITER Cryogenic Project Team unveiled

Europe, India and ITER IO merge their resources to build the biggest cryogenic system. [read more]

48. New reports look at research and innovation challenges and developments across the EU - 18 Jul 2016

These country reports provide a wealth of knowledge by detailing the policy developments in the R&I area at national level, analysing the level of public and private funding for R&D. [read more]

49. Playing dirty against allergies and asthma

City dwellers will be interested to know that their children are five times more likely to develop asthma or allergies, respiratory conditions that will affect around half of the European population before 2025 and remain, so far, without a cure. The ERC project HERA, led by Prof. von Mutius, from LMU Munich, focuses on what determines this type of protection. [read more]

50. Research Headlines - Self-learning AI emulates the human brain

European researchers have designed brain-like artificial neural networks capable of numerical and spatial cognition and written language processing without any explicit training or pre-programming. Their work, based on the machine-learning approach of generative models, significantly advances the development of self-learning artificial intelligence, while also deepening understanding of human cognition. [read more]

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