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EU-funded researchers have created a unique database and screening tools to monitor the levels of contaminants in seafood and their effects on consumer health. Coupled with rapid screening tools, their work promises to greatly improve the food safety of each fish, shellfish and mollusc on European dinner tables. Commercial application of the screening tools is potentially on the table. [read more]
An EU-funded project is developing tasty, nutritious and filling food to help people control their weigh. Among the project's contributions so far - it has created a screening platform that allows researchers to collect data on food elements that satiate appetites. The approach provides an opportunity for food manufacturers to create new, competitive products for the market. [read more]
Passenger planes today are comfortable and reliable, but could they fly faster? The latest engineering developments suggest we could speed planes up several times over, creating true aircraft of the future. [read more]
Published on: 05-May-2015 Turkey and United Kingdom have announced a joint EUREKA call for research project proposals, launched under the Kâtip Çelebi – Newton Fund. Research organisations and companies from both (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
The EU's presence at EXPO 2015 goes by the theme ‘Growing Europe’s Future Together for a Better World’. Research and innovation is crucial to ensuring sustainable agriculture and fisheries production, promoting a better quality of life through safer food and healthier diets, and stimulating international cooperation to combat the global challenges of climate change and hunger. [read more]
A JRC foresight study suggests the European standardisation system should accelerate and rely on an integrated strategy. The study argues this is the only way standardisation will be able to keep pace with technological developments and societal challenges, stimulating innovation and fostering competition. [read more]
The SCOOP project which focused on the development of Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) materials and devices with high brightness and high reliability OLED microdisplays finished in February 2014. We give an update here of developments that have occurred since the project finished. [read more]
The Toolbox aims to support, guide and encourage those who want to modernise public administrations in support of prosperous, fair and resilient societies. It is intended as a reference and resource by pointing readers to existing EU policies and international practices, illustrated by almost 170 inspirational case studies. [read more]
An EU-funded project has developed an online network to encourage global collaboration in research and innovation on food safety. The project's network, online information portal and research aim to improve food safety in Europe and reduce health risks. [read more]