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  Argentina
  Australia
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  Bangladesh
  Belarus
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  Bulgaria
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Photo of article Engineers put the squeeze on cancer cells

EU-funded researchers have applied engineering know-how to understand what controls the mechanical strength of living cells. Their findings offer new insights into the spread of cancers as well as into diseases of the heart and nervous system.

Published: 13 January 2021


Photo of article Spin waves for next-generation computing

Scientists are currently working to develop next-generation computer systems which can process information quickly and flexibly but are also energy-efficient. The EU-funded SWING project also actively contributed to this goal. Their research has produced an innovative new method that could prove key to bringing these 'super computers' from the drawing board to reality.

Published: 12 January 2021


Photo of article Ondas de espín para la informática de nueva generación

Los científicos trabajan en desarrollar sistemas informáticos de nueva generación que procesen información de forma rápida, flexible y eficiente en materia de energía. El proyecto SWING, financiado con fondos europeos, contribuyó activamente a ello. Su investigación ha creado un método nuevo e innovador que podría ser clave para llevar estos «superordenadores» de la mesa de diseño a la realidad.

Published: 12 January 2021


Photo of article Les ondes de spin pour l’informatique de prochaine génération

Les scientifiques développent actuellement des systèmes informatiques de prochaine génération capables de traiter des informations de manière rapide, modulable et éco-énergétique. Le projet SWING financé par l’UE a activement contribué à cet objectif. Ses recherches ont produit une nouvelle méthode innovante qui pourrait s’avérer essentielle pour donner vie à ces «supercalculateurs».

Published: 12 January 2021


Photo of article Fale spinowe umożliwiają budowę komputerów nowej generacji

Naukowcy stale dążą do opracowania systemów komputerowych nowej generacji, które będą w stanie wydajnie i elastycznie przetwarzać dane przy zachowaniu niskiego zużycia energii. Finansowany przez UE projekt SWING również skupiał się na tym celu. Powstała w ramach badań innowacyjna metodologia może okazać się kluczem do urzeczywistnienia szybkich, elastycznych i energooszczędnych „superkomputerów”.

Published: 12 January 2021


Photo of article Spinwellen für die Datenverarbeitung der Zukunft

Die Wissenschaft arbeitet an der nächsten Generation von Computersystemen, die Informationen schnell und flexibel verarbeiten können und gleichzeitig energieeffizient sind. Auch das EU-finanzierte Projekt SWING war daran aktiv beteiligt und hat eine innovative Methode vorgelegt, die diese „Supercomputer“ vom Reißbrett in die Wirklichkeit katapultieren könnte.

Published: 12 January 2021


Photo of article Le onde di spin per la computazione di prossima generazione

Oggi gli scienziati stanno lavorando allo sviluppo di sistemi informatici di prossima generazione in grado di elaborare informazioni in modo rapido e flessibile, oltre che efficiente sotto il profilo energetico. Anche il progetto SWING, finanziato dall'UE, contribuisce attivamente a questo obiettivo concependo un nuovo metodo per trasferire questi «super computer» dal progetto alla produzione.

Published: 12 January 2021


Photo of article Innovative metal recycling for sustainable tech

EU-funded researchers are developing low-polluting techniques for recovering valuable metals from communications and green technology waste. This 'urban mining' could help to reduce pollution and ensure a secure supply of metals critical to a low-carbon, connected economy.

Published: 11 January 2021


Photo of article Sensing module keeps watch beneath the waves

EU-funded researchers have designed a standard instrument module to monitor conditions in the deep sea. As part of a Europe-wide marine-sensing infrastructure, the modules will supply reliable long-term data on the state of our seas and oceans.

Published: 6 January 2021


Photo of article New-generation power semiconductors, made in Europe

An EU, industry, national and regional-funded research project has developed the next generation of energy-efficient power semiconductors, using gallium nitride devices on innovative substrates. They can switch more quickly at high voltages and current densities and will power the smaller and cheaper energy-efficient applications of tomorrow.

Published: 4 January 2021



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