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Friday, 24 April 2015

1. Malaria: a persistent health threat that we must face head on

European Commission - Statement Brussels, 24 April 2015 On World Malaria Day, Neven Mimica, EU Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, Vytenis Andriukaitis, EU Commissioner for Health & Food Safety and Carlos Moedas, EU Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation highlight a persistent global health threat that must not be... [read more]

2. Public events for personalised travel planning in Riga (Latvia)

The city of Riga, Latvia, is implementing personalised travel planning (PTP) aimed to affect a behaviour changeaway from private cars to sustainable modes such as cycling, walking and public transport. The target audience in phase 1was households in two neighbourhoods and public events, but it was public events which proved much more successful as ameans to engage people.In Riga, when trying to influence behavioural habits, events provided an open and friendly environment eliciting positiveresults, compared to the less effective on-the-doorstep approach to households. [read more]

3. Read the latest TRIP Newsletter

The April edition of the TRIP Newsletter is now out and available here: ENDS [read more]

4. Research Headlines - Leveraging weather forecasts to fight malaria

EU-funded research has significantly boosted understanding of the links between climate, environment and disease in Sub-Saharan Africa. The research is feeding into global efforts to create an early warning system for major outbreaks of killer diseases such as malaria - and save lives. [read more]

5. The EU design of the gyrotron for ITER is pre-validated by F4E

F4E’s work on the gyrotron, a part of ITER’s Electron Cyclotron (EC) heating system, is progressing well. [read more]

6. What cosmic rays tell us about thunderstorms on Earth

Cosmic rays are high-energy charged particles. High in the atmosphere, when they strike the atmospheric molecules they create a 'shower' of elementary particles that can reach the Earth's surface. These showers can be measured from the radio emission that is generated when their constituent particles are deflected by the magnetic field of the Earth. The radio emission also gives information about the nature and origin of the particles, and that is exactly what Prof. [read more]

Thursday, 23 April 2015

7. COEURE workshops - Surveys on Economic Policy Issues - 5 June - 4 September 2015, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels

The COEURE Coordination Action (which stands for COoperation for EUropean Research in Economics) brings together the key stakeholders in the European economic research space – funders, policy-makers and researchers – in a process of stocktaking, consultation and stakeholder collaboration. The aim of this process is to identify the knowledge gaps on key EU economic policy issues and assess the current challenges and opportunities facing European-based researchers, with the ultimate goal to inform the European agenda for research funding. It is funded by the European Commission and carried out under the initiative of the European Economic Association. [read more]

8. Experts share with you key points to develop your business in the Internet of Things (IoT)

The Gateone project is dedicated to support European SMEs to benefit from this market opportunity in selecting the right technologies to adapt and adopt. The gateone project is offering to European SMEs a free evaluation program of demonstrators developed by leading European research centers. On the 28th of April at 1:00 PM CEST, Gateone will hold its first webinar. Invited key speakers will share with participants their expertise in key success factors to develop business including market opportunities, product development approach, state of the art technologies, and accessible funding. [read more]

9. JRC wins competition on indoor localisation - 23 Apr 2015

A team of JRC researchers outperformed 27 teams from academia and industry across the globe and achieved best overall result at a competition on indoor localisation in Seattle, USA. Providing accurate position information on people and objects indoors, where GPS signals are not available, has been a challenging research topic over the last decade and there is not yet a large-scale commercial deployment in this field. [read more]

10. Success Stories - Elastic road surface reduces motorway noise pollution

Noise pollution is still an issue on Europe's roads. But thanks to technological advances, it's less down to the sound of the car's engine and more about how tyres touch the road surface. One solution is being tested in Denmark where part of the road has been covered with experimental surface material that dampens the tyre noise. [read more]

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