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Brexit and the UK’s decarbonisation efforts: a hit or a miss?
Post-Brexit is a challenging era for the United Kingdom's climate and environmental policy. Some experts believe that the new situation will speed up the country’s plans while others worry it will thwart them
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Electric cars - Making the move from niche to mainstream
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) are gaining in popularity among Europe’s car buyers, but their high cost is holding them back from wider acceptance. However, developments in technology, particularly in the area of ...
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INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES GOING DIGITAL - Best practices from EU-fu...
Based in Brussels (February 26, 2021). Learning from the experience of industries in adapting to the digital transition: RETROFEED, SHIP2FAIR, SOWHAT & ECOFACT projects.
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Personalien: Forschungszulage greift – ARTTIC-Team wächst
München 16. Februar 2021 – Die ARTTIC Innovation GmbH wird schon im ersten Quartal 2021 für über 100 Forschungsvorhaben ihrer Kundenunternehmen die Beantragung einer Förderung aus dem Forschungszulagengesetz (fz...
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Shifting to 800-volt systems: Why boosting motor power could b...
The latest results from research on 800-volt battery-driven vehicles show that this could lead to smaller, lighter, and more environmentally friendly motors. Cars using these powertrains could also be charged faster a...
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Tampere keeps pursuing its 2030 carbon neutral dream
On January 2021, STARDUST partners from the Lighthouse city of Tampere participated and organised a handful of sessions during its virtual Tampere Smart City Week
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Breast cancer: innovative 3D device to boost research on metas...
European researchers are working on a novel hybrid device to better understand the metastatic process of cancer cells travelling from breast to bone and fast screen new drugs against it
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When Nature Goes Vertical
A green façade has been installed on an El Corte Inglés department store in Valladolid (Spain). The intervention is part of the EU project URBAN GreenUP and makes Valladolid the first Spanish city with a vertical ga...
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Hints and recommendations regarding Digital Tools for Sustaina...
One of the daily challenges of life is, "How do I get people – including myself – to do what I want?". It’s something the app industry has tried to tackle, and it was also one of the questions at the core of eTE...
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Rethinking cultural tourism in Europe
A new EU-funded project, TExTOUR, is set to design innovative and sustainable cultural tourism strategies to reinforce the socio-economic territorial development of less known areas in Europe and beyond.
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Industrie profitiert von der Forschungszulage
Nicht jedes Unternehmen hat eine Forschungsabteilung, aber jedes Industrieunternehmen in Deutschland kann von der Forschungszulage (FZulG) profitieren. Die steuerliche Forschungsförderung greift bei viel mehr Unterne...
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Join the Survey for the BioMonitor study on bio-based products!
The BioMonitor project is investigating bio-based products connected to the forest industry and their role in the future bioeconomy. For this, the consortium is asking for your help by participating in a survey
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Comfort Enhancement and Energy Saving through Behavioral Chang...
This scientific paper analyses several European buildings such as schools, office buildings, healthcare centres and residential buildings to quantify the potential on comfort enhancement and energy saving through beha...
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Probing the European bioeconomy’s development through its dr...
Partners from the BioMonitor project published its latest paper in the Sustainability journal on the drivers and indicators that will measure the development of the bioeconomy
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Bio4Comp: next generation computing powered by muscle proteins
Computer processors powered by proteins found in muscle tissue could provide faster, more powerful and more energy efficient machines
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From blackwater and biowaste to clean energy
A study by CARTIF Technology Centre shows how to upgrade biogas production from blackwater and biowaste via membrane contactors. The work was performed as part of the EU project HOUSEFUL and can help make the building...
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Newsletter developed within the Erasmus Plus project STEMS
Dear followers, Centrul pentru Promovarea Invatarii Permanente is very pleased to share with you the third Newsletter developed within the Erasmus Plus project STEMS - „Supporting Teachers and Staff in Motivating A...
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Meet ASTRABAT: a chat with Fraunhofer ISC
Catch a glimpse of the work carried out for ASTRABAT by Dr Guinevere Giffin and her team at Fraunhofer ISC. Their research is on anolyte polymers and formulations for polymer-based silicon anodes for solid-state batte...
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Another round of smart and sustainable innovation in Pamplona
The projects that will test-run smart city solutions for the 2nd edition of the “Smart Pamplona Lab” programme have been selected
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An Ecological Corridor to reunite the city and nature
The Turkish city of Izmir has inaugurated an Ecological Corridor and a natural area that implements Nature Based Solutions
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H2020 funded project RE4Industry kicks off: paving the way tow...
Brussels (October 15, 2020) - The 14th September 2020 designates the official launch meeting of the newly EU-funded project “RE4Industry”, under the H2020 framework program. The meeting took place online, with 11 ...
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Energy audit and augmented reality: how to combine them? RETRO...
Based in Brussels (December 2, 2020) - Energy Audit in times of COVID-19: The RETROFEED augmented reality experience
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Energy app to teach energy saving at home, school and work
eTEACHER is the app that teaches a different way to save energy, in your everyday places. It’s designed and developed 100% on users’ feedback to provide all functionalities you want in one single app.
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Last mile delivery: a greener Santa Claus is coming to town
With the COVID-19 crisis and a booming e-commerce, parcel delivery services have become a challenge in terms of increased traffic and pollution in urban areas. Electric vehicles, drones and even four-legged robots are...
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Alzheimer Europe sets out future vision of EU dementia policy
Luxembourg, 9 December 2020 – At an online European Parliament workshop hosted by Sirpa Pietikäinen, MEP (Finland), Alzheimer Europe launched a new report “Dementia as a European Priority – A Policy Overview”...
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Alzheimer Europe launches new guide targeted at health and soc...
Luxembourg, 17 December 2020 – Alzheimer Europe today launched two new publications: “Intercultural dementia care for health and social care providers: a guide” and “Policy briefing on intercultural care and s...
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Forschungsförderung mit 3-fach höherer Erfolgsrate und 45 P...
Mit dem Forschungszulagengesetz (FZulG) bietet sich in Deutschland 30.000 Unternehmen die Chance eines neuen Instruments, um die Risiken bei der Entwicklung von Innovationen zu senken. In den Niederlanden, Frankreich,...
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Cutting Costs of Monoclonal Antibodies for Biological Drugs ag...
Proteins in biopharmaceutical productions are usually separated and purificated through the expensive chromatography technique. European researchers are developing an innovative membrane crystallization technology to ...
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Future and emerging technologies grow young talents
Current and former early-career scientists share their stories and tell how Europe has bet on them, making their high-risk research possible: from intelligent wireless sensors with vision abilities to RNA-based techni...
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The PASTELS project will demonstrate how innovative passive sa...
The overall objective of PASTELS is to improve the ability of European nuclear actors to design and deliver innovative passive safety systems – which are particularly promising as they do not rely on power supply or...
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Join our Survey and Help us build narratives of the future thr...
The BioMonitor project is setting up its storylines and narratives that can best reflect our bioeconomy futures. To meet the need of its users, the consortium is asking for your help by participating in a survey
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Optimising the design and operation of local energy communities
A new project – eNeuron – is set to optimise and test the design and operation of local energy communities (LECs) based on multi-carrier energy systems, as part of the EU's climate change mitigation efforts.
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Empowering and Engaging European building users for energy eff...
Last eTEACHER paper presents findings on how ICT-based interventions can empower building energy end-users to reduce energy consumption. The report not only focuses on developing further knowledge of user engagement i...
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How do we make sustainable bioeconomy work for everyone?
Last week the BioMonitor project explored the policies and strategies that govern the bioeconomy within Europe and beyond at the Global Bioeconomy Summit 2020
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MARA: Using nanotechnology to fight antibiotic resistance
DNA nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionise disease therapy and open up a new area in molecular medicine
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Do you want to learn more about the BioMonitor project?
BioMonitor has recently published its latest video on the project, the challenges it wishes to address, as well as its impact, solutions and relevance to the people
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Improving communication about Future and Emerging Technologies.
A two-day virtual workshop brought together innovators with experts from policy and media to discuss effective communication of high-risk research and innovation to diverse stakeholder groups
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Giving a glimpse of our future with the bioeconomy at the GBS ...
The BioMonitor project will play a major role at the virtual Global Bioeconomy Summit next week to discuss the role of the bioeconomy in a policy-based context
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Nanotechnologies to help in new cancer treatment strategy
A new project – ULISES – is set to develop an immunologic-based treatment strategy where cancer cells are reprogrammed to become “visible” to the patients’ immune system.
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Nano level microscopy goes into the field
Could your smartphone analyse the coronavirus on surfaces? European researchers are developing a new generation of optical microscopes for mobile phones whe re LEDs and tiny detectors in the camera can analyse very sm...
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Post-2020 common agricultural policy: turning point or greenwa...
EFFECT's researchers state their opinions on post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy
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Shaping the Future of Biomedical Applications
Bio-compatible electrostrictive materials will play a leading role in the future generation of medical micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS)
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HOOP Project to Vitalise Europe’s Urban Bioeconomy
23 Partners from 10 Countries and 8 Lighthouse Cities/Regions to Deploy Circular Bioeconomy Solutions for Making Innovative Bio-Based Products.
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#HeroAtHome campaign restarts and announces new members
#HeroatHome had a summer break but is now back to help you figure out how to overcome this unprecedented COVID-19 situation.
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Positive Effekte der steuerlichen Forschungsförderung in Stud...
Laut einer kürzlich veröffentlichten Studie der OECD werden steuerliche Förderungsmaßnahmen im Vergleich zur direkten Forschungsförderung vor allem von kleineren Unternehmen gut angenommen. Beide Methoden der For...
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