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 Growing Plants on Oil Contaminated Land
Start date: 2011-06-29
What happens when there is an oil spill on land? Who cleans it up and how do they do it? These are the challenges tackled by the OPTI-SOILCLEAN project. By optimising the use of naturally occurring bacteria, a group of European scientists was able to clean contaminated soil wi...
Programme: IC-EUREKA
Record Number: 127188
Last updated on: 2011-06-29
The Recycled Port
Start date: 2011-02-09
In search of a sustainable alternative to dumping at sea or disposal on land, a Scandinavian consortium blended contaminated sediment with a special mix of binders to produce a safe construction material for use in ports and harbours.
Programme: IC-EUREKA
Record Number: 125629
Last updated on: 2011-02-09
Floating solar panels
Start date: 2011-02-25
Most of the solar energy systems on the market today bare two major weaknesses: they require vast land areas in order to be built, and the costs related to solar cells fabrication and maintenance are high. A new technology is about to overcome these challenges and many more: f...
Programme: IC-EUREKA
Record Number: 125844
Last updated on: 2011-02-28
Time to make more out of waste
Start date: 2011-07-01
Dumping all our household waste on landfill is bad for the environment. A Spanish company teamed up with European Scientists and engineers to find the best way to ensure more of our organic rubbish is turned into biogas and compost.
Programme: IC-EUREKA
Record Number: 127200
Last updated on: 2011-07-01
Lithuanian scientists 'clean up' project at 2011 EUREKA Innovation Award
Start date: 2011-06-23
A Lithuanian-led EUREKA environmental technology project has scooped this year’s EUREKA Innovation Award, announced in a ceremony in the Israeli capital this morning. Israeli television presenter Yigal Ravid, handed over the prize – a trophy and a media package worth 15,000 e...
Programme: IC-EUREKA
Record Number: 127110
Last updated on: 2011-06-24
Water for Future Generations
Start date: 2011-06-21
As the world population increases at a tremendous pace the primary water global supplies will need to grow by 41% until 2025, points out a recent report issued by the European Commission. Wastewater reuse and recycling ought to play a major part in granting everybody an equal ...
Programme: IC-EUREKA
Record Number: 127069
Last updated on: 2011-06-22
Eurostars backed high-tech firm helps taxi drivers
Start date: 2012-01-06
In its most common use, geospatial data mining helps to unveil precious information hidden in GPS devices. Thanks to a Eurostars project an Israeli SME has extended its market beyond the traditional GPS-based applications.
Programme: IC-EUREKA
Record Number: 128887
Last updated on: 2012-01-12
Dealing with pollution James Bond style
Start date: 2011-07-06
Ed Bell’s safe soil tester offers an efficient and cost-effective way to ensure a safe environment: another example of EUREKA at work, bringing innovative ideas and modern technology to cheaper and market-ready products. The high-tech tester uses micro-organisms to detect tox...
Programme: IC-EUREKA
Record Number: 127230
Last updated on: 2011-07-12
Chemical-free pest management cuts rice waste
Start date: 2011-03-17
A novel way of bringing sustainable, pesticide-free processes to protect stored rice and other crops from insects and fungi can drastically cut losses of stored crops and help increase food security for up to 3 billion daily rice consumers.
Programme: IC-EUREKA
Record Number: 126113
Last updated on: 2011-03-17
Start date: 1995-04-27, End date: 1995-04-27
Programme: IC-COST
Record Number: 3887
Last updated on: 1995-03-16
Available languages: DE, EN
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