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Towards the Decarbonisation of Energy Intensive Industries in ...
Brussels (12 May, 2021). The “RE4Industry Approach” to Industrial System and Sources Integration for Low Carbon Fuels: promoting a bio-based and circular economy.
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Are exoskeletons right for my company? TNO’s new online tool...
EXSKALLERATE project partner TNO (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research) has developed a free and easy-to-use online tool that will help you decide if exoskeletons are a good fit for your company. w...
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Leading the fight against climate change
The URBAN GreenUP city of Valladolid has won the III Edition of the "Climate Leaders Awards" in the category of "Local Administration" for its leadership in the fight against climate change.
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EU study: “Life and Biological Sciences and Technologies as ...
EU study: “Life and Biological Sciences and Technologies as Engines for Bio-based Innovation”: developments and innovation needs for a successful transition towards sustainable bio-based sectors
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Meet ASTRABAT: a chat with Warsaw University of Technology
Read about the role of Warsaw University of Technology in ASTRABAT and discover the work carried out by Prof. Leszek Niedzicki and Dr. Marta Kasprzyk on the synthetization of salts and additives for new generation of ...
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Producing human platelets with a 3D bioprinted bone marrow
The SilkFusion project mimics the bone marrow physiology (using silk) for platelet production with breakthrough applications for transfusions, personalised medicine and drug testing
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2021 Alzheimer Europe statement on COVID-19 vaccinations
In a new position statement, Alzheimer Europe has issued a call for prioritisation of people with dementia and their carers in national COVID-19 vaccination strategies, urging governments to recognise the disproportio...
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A post for bees
Join #Flowers4Bees and help spread the word about one of the most dangerous environmental threats: the progressive extinction of pollinator insects.
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Measuring the size of the European Bioeconomy using an Input-O...
Researchers from the BioMonitor project proposed a novel approach that provides a comparative analysis of the bioeconomy’s development across different Member States and selected bio-based industries
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EU study identifies life and biological sciences and technolog...
EU study identifies life and biological sciences and technologies in support to the EU research and innovation policy for a circular and bio-based economy.
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New biomaterial implants for spinal cord neuronal regeneration
The NeuroStimSpinal project is developing new a graphene-based and decellularised biomaterial that can foster neuronal regeneration, laying down the foundation for innovative approaches in spinal cord injury treatment
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Lunch at SocialRES goes live
In the coming months SocialRES will be hosting a series of short live webinars at lunch hour to talk about energy democracy and its importance in meeting Europe’s decarbonisation goals
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What is the bioeconomy’s worth when it comes to agri-food sy...
This June the BioMonitor project will be joining one of the panel discussions at the IAMO Forum on extracting and creating value in the bioeconomy
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A study identifies the top 50 life and biological sciences and...
Brussels, 21 April 2021 - The study “Life and Biological Sciences and Technologies as Engines for Bio-based Innovation”, funded by the European Commission, DG Research and Innovation has been published and is no...
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How Can Forests Help us meet the Carbon Neutrality Goal in Eur...
Last week BioMonitor project partner European Forest Institute highlighted the vital role of forests and wood products in mitigating climate change
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The steel industry’s quest for an emissions-free future
As the effects of global warming continue to capture headlines around Europe, many of the region’s major industries from steelmaking to chemical production are responding to the European Union’s call to radically ...
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A brand new set of factsheets to learn more about the bioeconomy
The four mission themes bio-based food packaging, sustainable fashion and textiles, bio-based products for kids and schools and jobs and careers in the bioeconomy, are the focus of the Allthings.bioPRO project and are...
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The cultural heritage challenges a sustainable future
Several heritage organisations reacted to the fact that protected sites don’t play an important role in the EU Green Deal’s strategy against climate change, even though historic buildings represent a significant s...
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Using magnates to create new medicines
By controlling polymorphism in pharmaceutical compounds through the use of magnetic fields, the MagnaPharm project opens up new possibilities in the production of drugs
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Non-invasive neuromodulation techniques - A new era for the tr...
From optogenetics to sonogenetics to magnetognetics, scientists around the world are investigating new techniques to treat Parkinson’s disease without the need for invasive surgery
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Tampere’s IoT Platform Gaining Recognition as one of Finland...
The procurement of Tampere’s IoT platform has been nominated as a finalist for this year’s most skilful procurement competition in Finland
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Youth Action against Energy Waste
As part of the STARDUST project, the city of Pamplona launched on February a game-based project that encourages primary school students to create Action Groups against Energy Waste
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Tribolysis as tool for environmental health
Horizon 2020 FET-OPEN project triboREMEDY is building two tribology-based prototypes that aim to decompose hazardous waste safely, and to detoxify contaminated waters from harmful pathogens
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Using topology to build computing devices that resemble our br...
FET project SKYTOP will develop a different set of skyrmionic devices that will ramp up our current computing performance through the help of topological insulators and Weyl semimetals
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How will the Bioeconomy of the Future look like?
The BioMonitor project released two policy briefs that focused on future-oriented scenarios developed for the analysis with the BioMonitor Model Toolbox. These scenarios present possible future development pathways fo...
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Der Forschungszulagenrechner von ARTTIC für die industrielle ...
Steuerliche Erstattung des Forschungsaufwands mit dem Kalkulator von ARTTIC Innovation berechnen
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Flyer - „YouProMe” Erasmus Plus Project
YouProMe: „YOUth worker PROmoting MEntal health” is a European transnational project funded by the Italian National Youth Agency under the Erasmus + program. The main focus of the YouProMe project is on the contri...
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Silicon carbide (SiC) devices for the next-generation of elect...
Before electric cars become a familiar sight on Europe’s roads, the technology behind them needs to evolve to improve the size and efficiency of their drivetrains, the speed that they can be charged and the range th...
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Passports to defend the rights of the building materials
The construction industry is a major source of pollution and building materials should not be wasted but recycled. Architect Thomas Rau even proposed a UN Declaration of Material Rights in this respect. New material p...
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Peer-to-peer platforms – Shaping a democratic energy model t...
Prosumers are people who both produce and consume renewable energy. New peer-to-peer platforms allow them to share, sell or donate their power surplus to other citizens. This system is becoming crucial for residents o...
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Sun carport off at De Meent car park
Instead of only sustainable sports, athletes can now also park sustainably at De Meent Sport Complex in Alkmaar. Within the POCITYF project, 858 solar panels have been placed above the parking lot on the south side of...
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The energy transition is underway
How can industries navigate the energy transition? The current paper shows the crucial role of energy flexibility and the key function of variable renewable energy to both stabilize the grid and fulfil the decarbonisa...
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What is the state of the bioeconomies in Central and Eastern E...
On March 3, the BioMonitor project showcased its initial results on the state of the bioeconomy and its development over time during POWER4BIO’s Bioeconomy Innovation Week
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Repairing the brain through new technological approaches in ne...
Two FET projects – HERMES and STARDUST – aim to improve the treatment of widespread brain disorders such as Parkinson’s and epilepsy by developing and adopting the latest neurotechnology techniques: “biohybrid...
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Bioeconomy? Easy as can be with AllThings.Bio
Bioeconomy can transform our day-to-day lives in a multitude of aspects: from the way we pack our food, to the clothes we decide to buy and wear.
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Hydrotermia in Navarra’s Water Treatment Plant with the Help...
Last month STARDUST partner MCP inaugurated a new thermic and renewable energy system in the Water Treatment Plant located in Navarra-Spain
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Why reducing drivetrain size can make electric cars even greener
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) already go some way to reducing air pollution in Europe. The latest developments in electric drivetrain technology, however, are helping to take that one step further
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Nature on the roof
A green roof has been installed on the El Campillo municipal market in Valladolid (Spain). The intervention is one of the nature-based solutions implemented by the EU project URBAN GreenUP
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What Tools Do We Need to Make More Sustainable Choices for the...
The BioMonitor project released its first info-pack on its Model Toolbox. This will serve as an explanatory guide for policy makers and industries to better analyse and implement bioeconomy strategies within Europe
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Rapid tests for coronavirus and their accuracy
Even with the advent of vaccines, strategies for rapid and affordable testing for COVID-19 are still paramount. The lack of evidence that the current vaccines can completely stop people from being infected and the eme...
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Touching the air may be possible with new research on haptics
The sense of touch has been mostly neglected so far in technology. However, research in haptics applied to virtual and augmented realities is opening up new possibilities in endless fields, from surgery to gaming. Wit...
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CellViewer: seeing inside stem cells
A new super-resolution system microscopy can assess the pluripotency and differentiation of live stem cells, spearheading a new era in stem-cell research and systems biology. This technology can help in cancer researc...
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Sustainable bioenergy and its crucial role in driving the gree...
Brussels (March 9, 2021) - Webinar on “Sustainable bioenergy” at the EU Industry Week, organised by Bioenergy Europe in collaboration with the RE4Industry project.
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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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