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Friday, 22 May 2015

1. 2nd European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility

Members of the TRIP team will be attending the 2nd European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility [read more]

2. Advanced Propulsion Centre launches £60 million funding scheme for low carbon propulsion technologies

The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) is seeking proposals for projects led by businesses that will deliver significant reductions in CO2 or other emissions. [read more]

3. CORDIS Express: Robots to the rescue in disaster situations

Real-life disaster scenarios have awakened the robotics community to the limitations of existing emergency-response robots. This edition of CORDIS Express highlights the EU-funded researchers that are redoubling efforts to ensure that disaster response robots can better support rescue workers in future emergencies. [read more]

4. Creation of the Sustainable Transport Forum

Following the adoption of Directive 2014/94/EU on thedeployment of alternative fuels infrastructurethe European Commission announces the creation of the Sustainable Transport Forum (STF). [read more]

5. EGI-INSPIRE: Building the digital European Research Area from the ground up

The European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) offers scientists and researchers borderless access to distributed computing infrastructures. [read more]

6. First-hand insight into drivers’ natural behaviour

Dr Nicole van Nes, coordinator of the UDRIVE project, details the project objectives, benefits and achievements so far. [read more]

7. Research Headlines - How smart materials could transform shipping in the EU

EU-funded researchers are adapting smart materials to make ships more comfortable, safe and economically and environmentally efficient for shipbuilders, operators and passengers. [read more]

8. Science to the people!

Giving citizens a greater role in science can deliver the vision of "science for the people, by the people" for Europe. [read more]

9. Solar road working ‘better than expected’

The world’s first solar road is generating more electricity than expected six months after being launched, according to Dutch engineers. [read more]

10. TIRAMISU demonstrates new demining tools in Brussels

The EU-funded TIRAMISU project uses robots and UAVs to disarm and dispose of anti-personnel landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXOs), which commonly threaten post-conflict development and welfare. [read more]

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