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A 'hot off the press' copy of the Soil Atlas of Africa, coordinated by the JRC, was presented today by European Commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard at the meeting between the European Commission and the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa. For the first time ever, this atlas collects vital information on African soils and highlights the importance of this non-renewable resource. [read more]
Published on: 26-April-2013 Mr. Yong-Geun Kim is the President of Korea Institute for the Advancement of Technology (KIAT), host of the Korean EUREKA office. On the eve of the 4th KOREA EUREKA DAY taking place in Istanbu (...) [read more]
The beginning of the JT-60SA Tokamak assembly clearly shows the international collaboration between Europe and Japan. [read more]
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Published on: 26-April-2013 Ahead of the 4th edition of Korea EUREKA Day we are publishing a series of news on Korean R&D, its innovation strategy and involvement in EUREKA. Aft (...) [read more]
More than 160 researchers across 10 European countries joined together, in what is being hailed as the first international project to focus on ocean acidification and its consequences. According to the partners in the EPOCA project ('European Project on Ocean Acidification') marine research was a relatively new field when they initiated the project four years ago. It brought together scientists who were concerned about the possible risks associated with ocean acidi?cation for marine organisms and ecosystems. [read more]
Published on: 26-April-2013 Over 150 entrepreneurs from 13 countries attended the second edition of the event, taking part in more than 708 bilateral meetings.This B2B event, co-f (...) [read more]
Age related hearing loss (ARHL) is far too easily ignored. Its onset is insidious. Its progression gradual. People with declining hearing often mistakenly believe the problem is that their conversation partners mumble or speak too quickly and as hearing ability diminishes further, social exchanges slowly turn from fluid repertoires to too many non sequiturs. Frustrated from no longer being able to understand others well in social settings, people may stop going to the theatre or senior centres, or even just to a restaurant with friends or family. [read more]
Well first of all, I think we have to really recognize and analyze our strength. I think a lot of it is about resources, well, the biggest resource on the planet is right here: this is our people. So I truely believe that we have to build a future industry. It's clear that we have to innovate. I think this is another element, and we have one of the best educational systems in the world, we have top universities, we have a long tradition to solve problems, this is in the history of our people, so I think we have to get back to that and look at the challenges and opportunities of the future, I think in energy, in communication, especially in healthcare.. [read more]
European Commission Press release Brussels, 26 April 2013 The European Commission has today presented the first Soil Atlas of Africa, highlighting a vital natural resource which provides food, fodder, fuel wood, reduces flood risk and protects water supplies. [read more]
COST invites independent experts from all scientific areas to participate in the evaluation of proposals for COST Actions collected twice a year through the COST Open Call. [read more]