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Nothing can replace the value and insight gained by a hands-on visit. [read more]
The JRC has recently launched a new report calling for a concerted effort to phase out inefficient buildings from the European building stock. [read more]
If you live or work in a city centre, you will know how stressful constant traffic noise can be. But adaptations to roads, tyres, vehicles and urban planning could reduce traffic noise to less than one-tenth current levels in towns and cities, say EU researchers. They have paved the way by developing an approach - along with new designs for road surfaces and tyres - to turn the volume down. [read more]
This 6th edition of the WIRE Conference provides a forum for policy dialogue on Research, Innovation, Regional Strategies and Growth. Held since 2010, it has been established as a debate leading to new proposals for improving the effectiveness of regional, national and European governance, measuring the impact and supporting regional development. The Conference focuses this year on: - From programme to implementation: the key challenges for regions - How to close the innovation divide: the role of regions- Overcoming the barriers to innovation and stimulating regional strategies [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
The construction site is getting ready for the impressive electricity infrastructure [read more]
Source: Fusion for Energy - news
Published on: 07-April-2015 France and Turkey have announced a joint call for research project proposals. Research organisations and companies from both countries are invited to submit joint proje (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
NANOREG researchers are working with global regulatory institutions to develop a toolbox for assessing the safety of nanomaterials. [read more]
Possible applications of traditional Chinese medicine in cancer treatments have been identified thanks to EU-funded research. The research team targeted some 100 compounds exhibiting potential anticancer activity. These are now being assessed through further research. [read more]