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VPH - body
From 30/08/2011 to 30/08/2011
Learn how EU VPH funded projects are working on efficient ways of integrating various levels of information to improve the holistic approach of the human body and its behaviour in front of illnesses. Watch a short film (09:37mn) profiling the work of the Virtual Physiological Human research and clinical communities. Read more
dnt3 logo
From 10/05/2011 to 13/05/2011
Varese, Centro Congressi Ville Ponti (Italy)
Developmental Neurotoxicity is an issue of growing concern in the context of chemical exposure. The developing human nervous system is susceptible to toxicants, and exposure during development may cause lasting neurological deficits. This conference will bring together diverse stakeholders from around the globe (research scientists, regulators, industry representatives, academics, paediatricians etc.) Read more
fet11 Conference & Exhibition
From 04/05/2011 to 06/05/2011
Budapest, Hungary
FET11 is a European forum dedicated to frontier research in future and emerging information technologies. The event will give an opportunity to take an early look at what are likely to become tomorrow’s science successes and groundbreaking technologies based on ICT-led research. During the event, diverse communities will meet to discuss visionary, high-risk research in a broad range of scientific fields and debate on technologies which will emerge at their crossroads - and on their societal impact. An exhibition is organised in parallel. Expected participants include scientists, policy makers, European researchers, industry representatives and journalists. The event is co-organised by the European Commission, ERCIM (the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics) and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, under the auspices of the Hungarian Presidency of the European Union. Read more
computox modelling
From 14/12/2010 to 14/12/2010
A new section on JRC-IHCP Computational Toxicology and Biostatistics activities is now available on the IHCP web site. Computational (in silico) methods, sometimes referred to as “non-testing methods”, can be used to reduce our reliance on experimental testing, and in particular animal testing. The Biostatistics team contributes its statistical expertise to activities on alternative (non-animal) methods and assessment strategies for chemical toxicity. Read more
21/03/2006
The Commission considers wide broadband coverage in Europe as crucial for fostering growth and jobs in Europe. This is why EU telecoms legislation, structural and rural policy instruments need to be mobilised in full respect of state aid rules in a joint drive to bring high-speed “broadband” internet access to all Europeans, in particular to the EU’s less-developed areas. Read more

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