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ImpactMin project team developed new methods and tools for monitoring the environmental impact of mining using remote sensing. [read more]
The aim oft he Project BETITEX is to obtain textile materials capable of providing protection against ticks and bedbugs. It is expected to obtain high durability of slowly released repellent/insecticide effect. [read more]
The Customer Engagement program from DEMO3 launched the recruitment campaign in Castellón on September 3rd. On September 23rd, the target of 200 recruited customers has been achieved. [read more]
EU researchers have developed a 3D headset that could help visually impaired people move around more safely and easily. [read more]
Academic and research institutes, industry and the European Commission shared their first impressions of Horizon 2020 at the recent Innovation Summit. [read more]
The report was presented in Brussels today at an event held under the auspices of the Italian EU Presidency, gathering over sixty experts in the fields of nuclear physics and medical research. [read more]
Source: European Science Foundation
JRC scientists have developed a new method to assess and improve the resource efficiency of energy-using products, with a particular focus on their end-of-life. Most notably, results are being used for the revision of EU Ecodesign implementing measure for electronic displays (TV and computer screens) and the revision of EU Ecolabel criteria for television sets and personal and notebook computers. [read more]
Volcanic eruptions are notoriously difficult to predict. Ground-breaking research by EU-funded scientists on the signs of volcanic unrest aims to improve eruption forecasts. Their work on the best ways to communicate such alerts could also help save lives. [read more]
Although Europe's air quality has improved over the last 25 years, pollution is still prominent - particularly in cities. Cleaning the air is more difficult than before, as most people can no longer smell or see the pollution. However, the European Union (EU)-funded research project CITI-SENSE is harnessing novel technologies to detect contaminated air and share the data in real- time. [read more]