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For sufferers of primary immune deficiencies, every infection contracted could lead to a serious or debilitating illness. EU scientists have their sights set on a cure for the most severe forms of the disease's 200 variations, and have already had very positive results in clinical trials. The findings could also help treat other conditions. [read more]
The Slovak Presidency of the Council of the EU is co-organising an Innovation Conference with the Slovak Liaison Office for Research and Development in Brussels and the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information. Join us to discuss new technologies and innovations with inventors and scientists, and how they will change our daily lives. This conference aims to: • present revolutionary innovations in selected spheres • bring together researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs and policy-makers to discuss the impact of innovation in the future and changes we will have to address • open up discussion on social and economic dimensions of revolutionary innovation The Slovak Presidency of the Council of the EU is co-organising this conference with the Slovak Liaison Office for Research and Development in Brussels and the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information. [read more]
Leaders in the field will discuss recent developments in lung cancer research and how to translate them into clinical application. Topics include personalized immunotherapy, clonal heterogeneity and resistance, undruggable mutations, targeted therapy of SCLC and current developments in predictive diagnostics. The meeting will be highly interactive with a strong focus on discussion. [read more]
The 47th Meeting of the European Brain Behaviour Society will be held in Bilbao, Spain, on September 8-11, 2017. The main goal of the meeting is to bring together the most recent advancements in behavioural neuroscience research. Sessions will cover a broad spectrum of topics from basic science to applied research, from animal models to investigating brain mechanisms and behaviour in human studies. Members and non-members, in particular young students, are invited and encouraged to contribute to the scientific program by submitting abstracts for poster presentation. [read more]
The historical city of Prague is a picturesque setting for the EAS Congress; its charming bridges symbolising the progress in the field as world-leading experts come together to inform and inspire. The comfortable atmosphere of the congress venue and its impressive setting will provide a unique meeting place for high-level interdisciplinary exchange. [read more]
Conference Series LLC gladly welcomes all the participants from all over the world to join the upcoming prestigious event “9th International Conference on Structural Biology" to be held during September 18-19, 2017 at Zurich, Switzerland. The conference includes keynote presentations, oral/poster presentations and exhibitions. Structural Biology 2017 mainly emphasizes on methods such as X-ray diffraction, NMR, electron microscopy, computational approaches, cell signalling and cancer research [read more]
Human Genetics Congress is to ameliorate the knowledge, awareness, and education on Human Genetics leading to the discovery of genetic and molecular biology which aid to alleviate the human disease as it is the most significant emerging technology in the eyes of Medical, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals and Academia. Human Genetics 2017 is an excellent opportunity for the delegates from Universities and Institutes to interact with the world class Scientists. [read more]
F4E and its suppliers celebrate an important milestone delivering the most impressive components of the cryoplant on-site. [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
The 2015 earthquake in Nepal is just one example of a recent natural disaster that required search and rescue operations. An EU-funded security research project has developed new robotic tools for such operations with great success. Some of its developments are already commercially available and ready to be deployed in order to save lives. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
EU citizens will be able to compare cancer incidence and survival rates across Member States once a continent-wide cancer information system is operational next year, according to Professor Alexander Katalinic, from the University of Lubeck in Germany, Chairman of the European Network of Cancer Registries (ENCR). [read more]