The Evaluation of Plant Signaling Networks in Natural Environments (SIGNAT) project aims to understand the behaviour of plants under complex combinations of environmental conditions, as such normally encountered by plants in nature.
The overall goal of BIRDS project is to establish a long term international network involving leading researchers in bioinformatics and information retrieval from four different continents, to strengthen the partnership through the exchange of knowledge and expertise, and to develop integrated approaches to improve current ones in both fields.
Many therapeutic targets are shielded behind biological barriers, limiting the possibility to reach them with conventional drugs or diagnostic probes.
Since the rise of emerging economies in the global scenario, it has been critical to better understand the role of knowledge and innovation played in this process.
scaffolds for load-bearing soft tissue regeneration
Polymer materials have outstanding properties with which to be applied for a wide range of applications.
The human mind is capable of creativity and innovation unparalleled by any other species. At the same time, human beings elaborate and preserve complex and highly-stable traditions, transmitting them over very long time spans by means of the spoken word and through a variety of technologies, such as writing.
Several R&D centres herein undertake the investigation of the reduction of the abnormal combustion phenomena of knock in internal combustion engines.
Antiprotons, stored and cooled at low energies in a storage ring or at rest in traps, are highly desirable for the investigation of basic questions on fundamental interactions, the static structure of antiprotonic atoms, CPT tests by high-resolution spectroscopy on antihydrogen, as well as gravity experiments.
The new field of science dealing with implementation of electronics to textiles in combination with informatics is known as e-textiles.