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  Argentina
  Australia
  Austria
  Bangladesh
  Belarus
  Belgium
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  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  Brazil
  Bulgaria
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Photo of article Too much information: better ways to manage data

Humanity is generating ever-increasing amounts of data with genome sequencing and internet use, faster than our computers can handle. An EU-funded project is designing storage and analysis solutions which can help optimise transport networks and advance research into diseases and personalised medicine.

Published: 20 May 2019


Photo of article Accelerating antimatter research

An EU-funded project is probing antimatter, one of nature's great mysteries. In doing so, it is advancing technical developments in this research area, contributing to Europe's fundamental scientific knowledge and helping us understand the origins of the universe.

Published: 22 March 2019


Photo of article Ageing, stem cells and a propensity to cancer

With the support of Russia's Almazov Medical Research Centre, the EU-funded SyStemAge project studied the molecular mechanisms of ageing in adult stem cells, the results of which indicate that the intervention of metabolic pathways could correct age-related alterations and diseases.

Published: 7 February 2019


Photo of article EU and Asian researchers join forces to learn lessons on coastal flooding

Could holistic flood risk assessment have mitigated the 'Great Flood' that hit Thailand in 2011? The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) - in Thailand - is on the case. The project team hopes to reduce the likelihood of coastal areas around the world experiencing the catastrophic flooding that wiped out 20 000km2 of farmland.

Published: 25 May 2018


Photo of article Mapping the galaxy: To boldly go where no data miners have gone before

The biggest archive of celestial objects ever created is being made accessible to researchers and space enthusiasts for probing the depths of the Milky Way, assisted by advanced data mining and analysis tools developed by an EU-funded project.

Published: 5 January 2018


Photo of article Saving Europe's fruit crops from invasive pests and disease

Increasing global trade and climate change have helped the spread of non-native pests and diseases across Europe, posing major challenges to plant health. The EU-funded Dropsa project is working with 26 partners in Europe, Asia, New Zealand and North America to find safe and sustainable ways to protect Europe's fruit industry.

Published: 3 October 2017


Photo of article Vialactea project reveals a new view of the Milky Way

Imagine our galaxy as a huge living organism, with its own skeleton and its own evolution. The Via Lactea project, after three years of research, has put together a big database about the area of the universe that hosts our galaxy.

Published: 24 April 2017


Photo of article Boosting the Large Hadron Collider

The world's most powerful particle collider is soon to become even more powerful: a massive overhaul is expected to increase the luminosity of the Large Hadron Collider by a factor of 10. An EU-funded design study has shaped key innovations that will underpin the new configuration planned for 2026, which include new magnets and transmission lines.

Published: 14 September 2016


Photo of article Closer to perfection in aircraft ice protection

Up there where the big planes fly, it gets very cold indeed: outside temperatures of 50°C are nothing special. Droplets of water suspended in the air can freeze to aircraft instantly, accumulating into layers of ice. A number of systems are used to tackle this gelid build-up, which constitutes a safety hazard. EU-funded researchers are developing new solutions.

NB: This article is more than 4 years old so the information may not be up to date.

Published: 14 March 2016



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