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Friday, 28 November 2014

151. 40 new COST Actions to start in 2015

Approved during the November CSO meeting, the Actions were among the proposals submitted for the March 2014 Collection Date. [read more]

152. AAPELE: Ambient Assisted Living or what happens when science and industry talk ageing

A COST-funded Action of scientists and entrepreneurs in the field of ambient assisted living is coordinating European research on technologies meant to improve the lives of the elderly and disabled. In a recent initiative, the Action invited SMEs to showcase their latest technologies and products. [read more]

153. CORDIS Express: solving the future food conundrum

This edition of Express focuses on some of the latest scientific advances made by European scientists in future food applications. [read more]

154. Capacity building in the Western Balkans

A newly established Targeted Network seeks to boost capacity building and economic development in the area by supporting efficient forest management. [read more]

155. Capacity building in the Western Balkans: a view on forestry

A newly established Targeted Network seeks to boost capacity building and economic development in the area by supporting efficient forest management. [read more]

156. EU funded project iSense wins "Best Paper Award 2014"

The project iSense funded under the EC programme in cognitive systems and robotics, wins prestigious award from the journal “Building and Environment” [read more]

157. Europe’s next generation innovators and their need for a garage

Featuring a central theme in the overall context of the 6th European Innovation Summit, the session was hosted by Victor Negrescu MEP and Brando Benifei MEP, gathering students, researchers, entrepreneurs, industry experts and policy makers. Approaching the concept of innovation in Europe, they looked at the impediments to a European innovation culture, but also discussed successful initiatives and ways of attracting support for future projects. An essential question hovered over the debate even before it started: who are Europe’s next generation innovators? [read more]

158. Events - Information Day & Brokerage event on Horizon 2020 – Smart Cities and Communities 2015 Work Programme - 12 February 2015, Brussels, Belgium

A new call for proposals for Smart Cities and Communities under Horizon 2020 opened on 10 December 2014 (deadline for submitting proposals is 5 May 2015). It calls for proposals in two topics: SCC-01-2015: Smart Cities and Communities solutions integrating energy, transport and ICT sectors through lighthouse (large scale demonstration – first of the kind) projects and SCC-03-2015: Development of system standards for smart cities and communities solutions. The information day will take place in the morning and will: • Inform participants about the call objectives, requirements and specificities • Provide relevant insights and lessons learnt from the 2014 SCC call. [read more]

159. Newly appointed Bulgarian Minister for Education and Science hosts press conference ahead of the CSO meeting in Sofia

Mr Todor Tanev hosted a press conference highlighting the mission of COST, alongside the President of the COST Association, Dr Ángeles Rodríguez-Peña and Vice-President Dr Primož Pristovšek, on 12 November 2014. [read more]

160. Research Headlines - Harnessing 3D imagery for early tumour detection

More than three million people in Europe are diagnosed with some form of cancer every year, and despite the advances in science, there is still much to learn about this disease. The European Union (EU)-funded research project ENTERVISION is developing a new way of harnessing radiotherapy, using 3D digital imagery, to provide earlier tumour detection and more effective treatments. [read more]

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