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News
Fake news
25/05/2017

An EU-funded researcher at the University of Oxford will receive top-up funding to create an online tool to assess suspicious social media accounts and counter fake news. Prof Philip Howard is one of seven UK-based researchers who will receive top-up funding to explore the commercial or innovation potential of the results of their EU-funded research. Other topics cover health, science and technology, including work that will help control exhaust gases or a novel coating that regulates heat.

Bathing water
24/05/2017

The latest overview of bathing water quality across the EU, released this week by the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the European Commission, shows that in 2016 the highest rates of bathing waters with poor quality were found in Ireland (6 bathing waters or 4%) and the United Kingdom (20 bathing waters or 3%). Some of the UK waters with poor quality include Western beach in Gibraltar, Instow in Devon, Walpole Bay, Margate in Kent and Scarborough South Bay in North Yorkshire.

Events

VEO Europa is an Erasmus+ funded project using an innovative mobile app for video enhanced observation to support teacher training and continuing professional development

Date:
13/07/2017
Time:
12:00 - 19:00
Adam Bilardi

L'École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts de Paris-Cergy (ENSAPC)

On the occasion of its participation in the 12 Star Gallery, ENSAPC is pleased to present its painting studio. Seven young artists from the first year to recent graduates express the spirit of open-mindedness, cross-disciplinarity, and variety that animates the studio. Two ENSAPC artists from very different realms but with complementary ways of seeing, Carole Benzaken and Eric Dalbis, epitomize the studio’s principle of opening painting up to the full field of its possibilities.

Date:
31/05/2017 - 09/06/2017
Time:
10:00 - 18:00