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Tuesday, 08 July 2014

141. 27th DIA Annual EuroMeeting - 13-15 April 2015, Paris, France

The DIA's Annual EuroMeeting is global in scope and attracts well over 3,000 professionals from more than 50 countries. It brings together professionals from the biopharmaceutical industry, contract research and service organisations, academic research centres, regulatory agencies and health ministries as well as delegates from patient organisations. This convergence affords participants the opportunity to network with professional colleagues from around the world. [read more]


Elasticity, the idea that will change the world of data transmission The EO-Net research project aims to provide innovative solutions for the development of elastic optical networks. With wide-ranging impacts, this work is key in the race to increase network capacity, cut costs and reduce power consumption. [read more]

143. Digital Venice Week 2014

This event marks the emphasis placed by the Italian government on digital innovation as the key to sustainable economic development and boost to new employment. [read more]

144. EU-project calls for greater coordination on coastal issues

The Mediterranean is in need of uniform criteria and methods for delineating its coastlines, according to Professor Rachelle Alterman of the EU-funded Mare Nostrum project. Professor Alterman is calling on the governments of EU countries to establish a task force that will work towards achieving greater legal and cadastral coordination among EU countries on coastal issues. 'Mare Nostrum' was the name used by the ancient Romans to refer to the Mediterranean. Quality validation date: 2014-07-08 [read more]

145. Events - JTI launch event - 9 July 2014, Brussels

Public-private partnerships set up under the EU's new research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020, will launch their first calls on 9 July 2014 in Brussels. The partnerships work in strategic areas such as medicines, fuel cells, air and rail transport or electronics. They represent an essential investment into Europe's economy and in a better quality of life.They will launch calls for projects and partners at a stakeholder event in Brussels, which will be attended by the President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso along with the Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science Máire Geoghegan-Quinn as well as Commission Vice-Presidents Siim Kallas, responsible for mobility and transport, and Neelie Kroes, responsible for the digital agenda. [read more]

146. Following European parliamentary elections, committee on Industry, Research and Energy appointed

Published on: 08-July-2014 Sixty-seven freshly elected European parliamentarians were appointed as members of the ITRE committee on Industry, Research and Energy on July 3rd, 2014. The (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

147. Italian leadership for a connected continent

Digital Venice, 8 July 2014 [read more]

148. JRC supports more efficient and cost-effective maritime surveillance

The European Commission set out today the next steps for integrated maritime surveillance across the EU, focusing on improved information exchange between military and civilian authorities and further cross-border and cross-sectoral cooperation. The JRC has provided scientific and technical support throughout the process of developing the Common Information Sharing Environment (CISE) for the surveillance of the EU maritime domain. [read more]

149. New EU consultation on open science

Published on: 08-July-2014 The European Commission has launched a public consultationread more]

Source: EUREKA News

150. Research Headlines - Mapping greenhouse emissions to prevent climate change

EU-funded researchers have used advanced modelling and geo-spatial information to compile more accurate greenhouse gas inventories for Poland and Ukraine. The approach could substantially improve the accuracy of national inventories of greenhouse gases and boost Europe's efforts to reduce emissions. [read more]

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