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An innovative and inexpensive method of transporting fresh water to areas of drought or disaster, such as earthquakes: Fresh water is abundant in some areas of our planet, and scarce in others. Of course we can transport fresh water by sea, but that's expensive. Can we make it affordable? In Spain, engineers from a European research project are getting ready to test their solution. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
The virtual centre will bring together existing knowledge and will pursue research on future migration flows and population trends, including understanding their impact on health, welfare, education systems and the economy. [read more]
A more advanced computer model and measurement approach enable manufacturers to more accurately predict tyre performance on the road. Developed by an EU-funded project, the model and approach could aid in the design of higher-performing, safer and quieter tyres and boost the industry's competitiveness. [read more]
A new study published in the journal Nature Communications shows that the type of soil used can often outweigh the effects of weather variability - such as year to year changes in rainfall and temperature. [read more]
At the least, the SPINIT instrument can make your average trip to the doctor more convenient. But at the most, it could help prevent serious illness. Developed by Biosurfit (Portugal) with assistance from Axxicon (Netherlands), this instrument allows doctors to run quick blood tests on patients which until now, could only be done in hospital. [read more]
Source: EUREKA News