This Syndicated News page contains articles for the last 30 days from a variety of news feeds related to the European Research Area. The list of articles is refreshed every 15 minutes so you can be sure of the latest information.
Click the following link to view the sources used on this page.
Minutes since last refreshed: 1 (06:03 on 6 December 2013)
More than 700 residential buildings were completely destroyed and more than 1200 were damaged by the Haiyan typhoon in the Tacloban city alone (Philippines). This is the result of the first rapid damage assessment carried out soon after the event by the Copernicus Emergency Management Service (EMS), coordinated by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC). The damage assessment maps are expected to support response activities and, in the longer term, reconstruction efforts. [read more]
In view of the forthcoming calls for proposals of the new Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, with foreseen publication in December 2013, Directorate Generals for Research & Innovation and Mobility & Transport are organising an Information Day on 18 December 2013 in Brussels. [read more]
From 6 to 8 November, 'ICT2013: Create, Connect, Grow' took place in Vilnius. As one of the biggest events during the Lithuanian Presidency it brought together more than 5.000 people. Next to launching the Horizon 2020 work program, eHealth was discussed. One of our eHealth projects was awarded by the public for having the best exhibition stand. [read more]
The main benefit is creating new solutions, thinking out of the box, partners help to think out of the box and with this partnership we get real new ideas which lead us to innovation. [read more]
An EU-funded cooperation project between India and several EU countries could transform the sustainability and competitiveness of the food industry, while having a positive impact on the environment. Using new methods and technologies the project is turning fruit and cereal waste into valuable by-products. [read more]
It's not easy to answer. I think that sustainable way of living is maybe a very general answer, but it's the right answer. We should change our mindsets, our policy, our behaviour, our view on environment our view on our neighbours and on each other. [read more]
The world has been technology-driven, for at least the last 150 years and it still is. I feel that the problem today is that even until 10 years ago, the scientists had a lot of solutions, they tried to sell them to economists, parlements, goverments, politicians... Today, the politicians are asking for solutions the scientists do not have. We do not know how to make an emission-free car, we do not know how to reduce the CO2. Due to that fact, science is even more important and there are demanding questions for the society that researchers or reasearch as such are not able to answer right away. [read more]
The topic of the AMAA 2014 will be “Smart Systems for Safe, Clean and Automated Vehicles”. Leading engineers and scholars from all around the world are cordially invited to participate in the dialogue and submit proposals for papers addressing ongoing research and novel developments in this field. A special attention will be given to topics covered in public funding programs like the European Green Vehicles Initiative PPP. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
The Annual Polis Conference is an opportunity for cities and regions to showcase transport achievements to a large audience. For the wider transport community, the conference allows to engage with representatives of city and regional authorities on innovative transport solutions. [read more]
Leading speakers from the fuel cell and hydrogen community including European Commissioners and high-level representatives from the EU Member States will meet on the occasion of the 2013 Stakeholder General Assembly of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. [read more]