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The EU and many other research funders now mandate open access to scientific publications resulting from public funding. One of the central implementation issues is the search for sustainable models supporting a transition to open access. This workshop (9h-18h) aims to collect information and reflect on each of the models presented. [read more]
Advances in driverless vehicle technology could revolutionise the way we travel. An EU-funded project is working to develop a prototype automated transport system for urban areas with low passenger numbers. [read more]
Conceptual Design Review panel acknowledges good progress. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
This edition of CORDIS Express takes a look at the EU-funded research projects exploring the value of ecosystems and the policies and initiatives needed to protect them. [read more]
The Annual Conference of EPoSS, the European Technology Platform on Smart Systems Integration, will be held at imec Belgium in Leuven on 13 October 2015. The Call for Presentations invites submissions on: demand side requirements for Smart Systems; Smart Systems showcases: Turn-key solutions and Smart Systems inventory: Technologies and production processes. You are cordially invited to participate in the Call for Presentations. The deadline for abstract submission is 14 August 2015. [read more]
To ensure your proposal complies with the anonymity criterion featured in the Open Call selection procedure (link to SESA), we have prepared a short overview and matching examples in order to support you when writing your proposal. [read more]
Source: European Research Council
Experts predict that, in the coming years, a higher frequency and intensity of heat waves could lead to an increase of fatalities in the elderly population. To help prevent this, a Marie Curie research fellow, Dr. Andreas D. Flouris, studied and explained the sequence of events leading to heat stroke. His research work was as part of the EU-funded project THERMOMICS. [read more]
The EU-funded WEB-COSI project has delivered a host of tools and research results to support engagement with statistics for societal progress. [read more]
According to a new study, people living in neighbourhoods with more trees report feeling healthier and have significantly fewer cardio-metabolic conditions. [read more]