Tunisia and marine environment research
Tunisia’s National Institute of Marine Sciences and Technologies (INSTM) has gained international recognition with the help of an EU-funded initiative.
Eco-friendly high-temperature superconductors
An EU-funded international research team has studied the electronic properties of unconventional superconductors based on fullerenes. They demonstrated the role that their molecular electronic structure can play in controlling superconductivity.
Advancing neuroblastoma therapy
The childhood cancer neuroblastoma is associated with poor prognosis. To address this, researchers developed a novel technology that promises to deliver drugs within the tumour.
CMOS imagers made in Europe
EU researchers have developed a supply chain for state-of-the-art imaging systems specially designed for space applications with manufacturing sources within the EU. This should free the European space industry of international trade restrictions.