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  Algeria
  Argentina
  Australia
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  Bangladesh
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  Bosnia and Herzegovina
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  Bulgaria
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Photo of article Replacing an enzyme to control a very rare disease

Until recently, there was no treatment specific to alpha-mannosidosis, one of the many rare diseases that jointly affect some 30 million citizens in Europe alone. Today, there is as EU-funded research developed enzyme-replacement therapy to stop the illness in its tracks, and this medicine is on the market.

Published: 12 October 2020


Photo of article Innovative technology identifies industrially useful enzymes

EU-funded researchers are using innovative genomic and microfluidic technologies to identify useful enzymes in nature which could reduce the need for toxic chemicals, save energy, and boost the overall sustainability of a range of industries, from agriculture to pharmaceuticals.

Published: 9 October 2020


Photo of article Fishing out enzymes: new catalysts from the bottom of the sea

Enzymes could make many chemical conversions more efficient, more sustainable and more affordable - and marine microbes produce an abundant variety of these biological catalysts, say EU-funded researchers who set out to find new ones for use in industry. A vast collection, new knowledge, four patents and a start-up are the result.

Published: 7 October 2020


Photo of article Better planned care improves cancer patient welfare

An EU-funded project carried out an 'advance care planning' trial on patients with late-stage cancer in a bid to improve their welfare and boost their involvement in care-giving decision-making.

Published: 23 September 2020


Photo of article Unravelling the mystery of how viruses evolve and spread

Emerging viruses pose a serious threat to global public health. EU-funded research is helping to advance our understanding of how infectious diseases evolve and adapt genetically, informing our efforts to develop an effective response. Researchers have already applied these new methods to several public health crises, including COVID-19.

Published: 3 August 2020


Photo of article Protein analysis paints clearer picture of health and disease

A visit to your doctor could soon provide a much more complete picture of your overall health thanks to new technologies developed by EU-funded researchers. They will enable a quick and accurate analysis of proteins from blood or urine samples to be carried out in the clinic.

Published: 30 July 2020


Photo of article Innovative contrast agents for more versatile medical imaging

EU-funded researchers have developed an innovative and 'smart' prototype contrast mechanism for use in medical imaging that could provide doctors with important new insights to help diagnose injury and disease.

Published: 17 July 2020


Photo of article Europäisches biomolekulares Forschungszentrum unterstützt Entwicklung von COVID-19-Behandlungen

Als COVID-19 von der WHO zur globalen Pandemie erklärt wurde, wurde ein EU-finanziertes Forschungsprojekt ins Leben gerufen. BioExcel, ein führendes europäisches Zentrum für computergestützte biomolekulare Forschung, gewährte vorrangigen Zugang zu seinen Supercomputer-Einrichtungen und modernster Software. Das wird der Forschung und Innovation in ganz Europa im Kampf gegen das Coronavirus helfen.

Published: 29 June 2020


Photo of article Centro de investigación biomolecular europeo respalda el desarrollo de tratamientos para la COVID-19

Cuando la OMS declaró la pandemia de COVID-19, un proyecto de investigación financiada con fondos europeos aceptó el reto de inmediato. BioExcel, un centro líder de investigación biomolecular computacional de Europa, dio acceso prioritario a sus instalaciones de supercomputación y «software» de vanguardia. Esto ayudará a los investigadores e innovadores de Europa en la lucha contra el coronavirus.

Published: 29 June 2020


Photo of article Un centre de recherche européen en biologie moléculaire soutient le développement de traitements contre la COVID-19

Quand l'OMS a déclaré la COVID-19 comme une pandémie mondiale, un projet de recherche financé par l'UE a pris ses responsabilités. BioExcel, un important centre de recherche en biologie moléculaire computationnelle d'Europe, a accordé un accès prioritaire à ses supercalculateurs et à son logiciel de pointe. Ces technologies aideront les chercheurs et les innovateurs à lutter contre le coronavirus.

Published: 29 June 2020



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