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Hard to imagine, but yes - some of us go entire days without a thought for the future of the tooling industry. Few of us, however, go entire days without handling products the sector helped to shape, such as a toothbrush or a smartphone. A team of EU-funded researchers has developed innovative products as well as guidance on business models to help Europe's tooling manufacturers remain competitive. [read more]
European Union foreign policy between multilateralism and bilateralism. 2014 marks, in many respects, a transitional year for the European Union. It is therefore a good moment to engage in stock-taking of the achievements of past years, while turning toward the future. The present Policy Review strives to achieve precisely this with regard to EU foreign policy. [read more]
The conference will be a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Information Processing and Control Engineering. It will provide opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration. [read more]
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Published on: 09-September-2014 In the past few weeks events organised by national EUREKA offices have mobilised more than 150 participants for the preparation of project proposals for the upcoming cut-off deadline of Eurostars-2 (...) [read more]
Food processers have struggled to produce low-fat versions of cheese and cheese-based products without much success. Taste, texture and other properties tend to suffer once natural fats are reduced in many foods. Thanks to the three-year EU-funded project CHEESECOAT, processors can now meet the demand from health- conscious consumers for a low-fat cheese with the flavour, texture and melting properties of traditional mozzarella. [read more]
Today, we might take it for granted that mobile-phone cameras, desktop printers, medical equipment, automobile parts and other everyday items will continue to get smaller, lighter and more reliable.These enhancements seem so natural and gradual that we might not even realise it on a day-to-day basis. [read more]
European Commission [Check Against Delivery] Máire GEOGHEGAN-QUINN European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science Destination Europe Conference at McGill University Montreal, 8 September 2014 Good morning, Ladies and Gentlemen, and welcome to this, the first Destination Europe Conference to be held in Canada. [read more]
In today's society we are surrounded by a vast sea of information - we find ourselves constantly bombarded by a bewildering array of messages via different platforms from media organisations, advertising agencies, and even from our friends and families. [read more]
Published on: 05-September-2014 Italy’s Ministry of Education and Research, MIUR, has officially committed to fund and support Italian participants in Eurostars-2 projects for the upcoming cut-off 2, which deadline is 11 (...) [read more]
Published on: 05-September-2014 The Luxembourgish government has approved the funding of public research institutions participating in the Eurostars-2 programme through Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg (FNR). LuxInnovati (...) [read more]