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The methods of producing bricks, the availability of raw materials and energy resources were highly appreciated and used by man. Clay brick is fixed in the form of a "genetic" level in the human mind as an indispensable building material. Most likely, this explains conservatism and skepticism when using building materials on a bio-based basis. The only competitor for bricks (except wood) has always been comfortable building materials, comfortable in work from natural volcanic tuff and pumice.
Programme: H2020
Record Number: 141384
Last updated on: 2017-06-06
EU-Russia symposium on biotech cooperation
Start date: 2005-03-14, End date: 2005-03-16
An EU-Russia symposium on science and technology cooperation in the field of biotechnology will take place within the Moscow international congress in Russia from 14 to 16 March 2005.
Record Number: 102812
Last updated on: 2005-02-17
A new paradigm for eco-design
Efficient use of resources, energy saving, protection of the environment, cost effectiveness are issues, comprehensive solutions of which the society is trying to find in technologies, such as renewable energy sources, bio-based economy, recycling, carbon dioxide gas recovery and disposal, electromobiles etc. EU research into innovative new building materials also helping the industry reduce its carbon footprint.
Record Number: 136935
Last updated on: 2017-01-04
Culture: from Information to Knowledge
The role of culture in the knowledge based society, Moscow, 7 - 9 April 2003
Record Number: 100557
Last updated on: 2005-09-27
Technical Bridge between Russian and European Online Innovation Systems
A new INCO SSA project aimed at establishing a Technical Bridge between Russian and European Online Infrastructures for Innovations (TECHBRID FP6 003611) started on January 1, 2005.
Programme: FP4-INCO
Record Number: 103102
Last updated on: 2005-09-27
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