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Information Day on the contractual Public-Private Partnerships on Factories of the Future, Energy-efficient Buildings, Green Vehicles and Sustainable Process Industry Overview of ongoing activities – presentation of the 2016 - 2017 calls – brokerage and networking [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
The world needs more drinking water, without damaging ecosystems, and the sea is one possible source. EU-funded researchers are developing a self-cleaning filter membrane for desalination plants that cuts their energy use, waste and maintenance costs compared to those of existing filters. [read more]
The STAR-FLOOD project has published some early insights into its analysis of flood risk management strategies in six European countries. [read more]
Funded with over EUR 5.5 million, the TIMON project, coordinated by the University of Deusto, aims to make road transport more efficient, sustainable and safer. [read more]
SEA CHANGE, a new EUR 3.5 million EU Horizon 2020-funded project, will address the challenge of raising European citizens’ awareness of the intrinsic links between the ocean and human health. [read more]
This week's Express takes a look at the research efforts on sustainable energy that will help the EU and beyond deliver on its climate commitments. [read more]
Coordinators CARTIF hosted the DIRECTION project’s sixth progress meeting and general assembly at their premises in Valladolid, Spain on April 22 and 23. [read more]
Study shows how the Ebola virus mutated and spread during the outbreak in West Africa. [read more]
Video archives continue to expand rapidly. That might seem a good thing, as more content becomes available on a growing number of topics, but it also brings its challenges: finding the exact content you are looking for becomes more difficult and takes longer. AXES, a tool resulting from a recently-ended European research project, changes that. It allows users to mine video archives rapidly, intuitively and with minimal effort. It comes with a public test version that is freely available. [read more]
The results of the Joint Danube Survey 3 (JDS3), the biggest scientific river expedition in the world, are now published by the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR). [read more]