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Horizon 2020 BINGO project -Bringing INnovation to onGOing water management - a better future under climate change (2015-2019) - aims at providing practical knowledge and tools to end-users, water managers, decision and policy-makers affected by climate change to enable them to better cope with all climate projections, including droughts and floods. The BINGO Opening Ceremony is open to the public.Join and meet the most relevant representatives in the area of water management and scientific consulting on climate change!The programme and online registration are available on http://web.spi.pt/bingo/. The session will also be live-streamed. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
The findings of the EU-funded NANOLYSE project completed in 2013 are helping scientists to develop risk assessment methods for detecting nanoparticles in food. [read more]
The development of future real-world technologies will depend strongly on our understanding and harnessing of the principles underlying living systems and the flow of communication signals between living and artificial systems. Living Machines, organised by FET project CSNII, is a forum to discuss the development of novel technologies through the distillation of principles from the study of biological systems. [read more]
The JRC has started a pilot project in collaboration with the Italian Ministry for Economic Development to test the sharing of radio spectrum. [read more]
Open Science is a broad term, covering the many exciting developments in how science is becoming more open, accessible, efficient, democratic, and transparent. This Open Science revolution is being driven by new, digital tools for scientific collaboration, experiments and analysis and which make scientific knowledge more easily accessible by professionals and the general public, anywhere, at any time. [read more]
How might climate change affect communities and how can they cope with the impacts? To prepare the way for an EU-wide climate service that can best answer those questions, an EU-funded project has developed local climate services, identifying the data local stakeholders need - and the best ways to communicate it. [read more]
Source: What's New in Innovation
On 7 July, the international scientific conference “Our Common Future under Climate Change” - the largest scientific forum ahead of the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 21) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) - starts in Paris. [read more]
The JRC has contributed to "Climate sensitivity of shrub growth across the tundra biome", the biggest study to date of tundra shrub growth. [read more]
Following last year’s success, the EU-funded FIXO3 project has launched a second call offering marine researchers the chance to use 15 ocean observatories free of charge. [read more]
Nowadays disasters and crises are often complex and they are seen as long processes rather than incidents. Therefore, their mitigation involves many organisations and public groups, making collaboration an important point of attention. European researchers have created a wiki to help response organisations to effectively communicate with citizens. [read more]