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Developed in collaboration with aviation authorities, the new online service will inform industry and regulators about the potential risks and hence support their decision-making. [read more]
The EU-funded project INSPIRATION aims to develop a European research roadmap on sustainable land management practices. The agenda would help focus Europe's research, supporting policymaking on environmentally friendly, socially acceptable and economically affordable soil and land use management. [read more]
The ICT industry is essential to the Spanish economy. Since the 1980s, this sector has become a mature industry and now accounts for almost 10% of GDP. In 2013 revenues totalled exceeded 84 million euros. At around half a million jobs and more than 50,000 companies, the ICT sector is a well suited sector to Spain since ICT relies more on human capital and less on investment in physical capital, and Spain has a highly skilled and creative work force. [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
Cycling to the station, half an hour on the train, then five stops on the bus... it's all much easier if the transfers from one mode of urban transport to the next are seamless. An EU-funded project has produced guidance for the optimal design and management of interchanges. [read more]
The JRC and the US-based International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) have signed a collaborative research arrangement on building up the resilience of vulnerable and poor populations, and improving the livelihood of smallholder farmers in developing countries. [read more]
For once, the clue is not in the name: Roman cement was not invented in Rome. But it is indeed cement, and more specifically one that was widely used in the 19th century. Many a European city prides itself on the architectural heritage shaped by Roman cement mortar, which has since fallen from grace. EU-funded research has paved the way for a revival. [read more]