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[REPORT SUMMARY] X-ray laser development
Research has been undertaken in the development of increased coherent power in X-ray lasers, the development of shorter wavelength lasers, to obtain greater understanding of the mechanisms producing X-ray lasing and to better characterization of X-ray laser outputs. Various hi...
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 11541
Last updated on: 1998-02-10
Evolution des ostracodes non marins
Les ostracodes sont de petits crustacés bivalves qui peuvent être trouvés dans divers environnements aquatiques et humides et qui supportent des conditions environnementales difficiles. Les responsables de ce projet financé par la CE ont étudié de façon approfondie leurs modes de reproduction en fonction de leur diversité et ont fait des découvertes intéressantes sur leur évolution. Outre les retombées dans les domaines de la surveillance des écosystèmes et de la reconstruction paléo-environnementale et climatique, ces résultats intéressants peuvent faire progresser de manière significative la recherche sur le cancer.
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 80922
Last updated on: 2005-09-18
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT
Evoluzione degli ostracodi non marini
Gli ostracodi sono minuscoli crostacei bivalve che vivono in diversi ambienti acquatici o umidi, anche molto ostili. I partecipanti a questo progetto finanziato dalla CE hanno condotto un ampio studio sulle modalità di riproduzione di questi organismi in funzione delle loro diversità, ottenendo interessanti risultati sulla loro evoluzione. Oltre al settore del monitoraggio degli ecosistemi e quello della ricostruzione dei paleoambienti e climi, questi interessanti risultati potranno fornire un importante contributo alla ricerca sul cancro.
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 80922
Last updated on: 2005-09-18
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT
Evolution nichtmariner Ostrakoden
Ostrakoden (Muschelkrebse) sind kleine zweischalige Schalentiere, die in den unterschiedlichsten Gewässern oder Feuchtgebieten anzutreffen sind und selbst rauhen Umweltbedingungen standhalten. Dieses von der EU finanzierte Projekt, in dem die Art der Fortpflanzung verschiedener Spezies dieser Tiere eingehend untersucht wurde, lieferte interessante Ergebnisse über ihre Evolution. Diese Ergebnisse sind nicht nur für die Überwachung von Ökosystemen und zur Rekonstruktion von Paläo-Lebensräumen und -klimaten von Interesse, sondern könnten auch maßgeblich zu Erfolgen in der Krebsforschung beitragen.
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 80922
Last updated on: 2005-09-18
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT
Evolution of non-marine ostracoda
Ostracoda are tiny bi-valved crustaceans that can be found in a variety of aquatic or humid environments and are also tolerant of harsh environmental conditions. This EC funded project studied extensively their reproductive modes according to their diversity and came up with interesting findings about their evolution. Apart from the fields of ecosystem monitoring and reconstructions of palaeo-environments and climates, these interesting results may contribute significantly to cancer research activities.
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 80922
Last updated on: 2005-09-18
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT
Evolución de ostracoda en ambiente no marino
Ostracoda es una familia de crustáceos bivalvos diminutos que pueden encontrarse en una variedad de ambientes acuáticos o húmedos y también pueden tolerar condiciones medioambientales adversas. Este proyecto financiado con fondos comunitarios estudió ampliamente las formas de reproducción según su diversidad y encontró hallazgos interesantes sobre su evolución. Aparte de los campos de la monitorización del ecosistema y de las reconstrucciones paleo-ambientales y climáticas, estos interesantes resultados pueden contribuir significativamente a los trabajos de investigación sobre el cáncer.
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 80922
Last updated on: 2005-09-18
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT
The three main lineages of non-marine ostracoda (here represented by Darwinula stevensoni, Limnocythere inopinata and Eucypris virens) diverged between 350 and 450 My ago and developed fundamentally different evolutionary strategies. Analysis of distribution of reproductive mo...
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 23291
Last updated on: 2003-01-17
Light detection and ranging (LIDAR) is a well known instrument for atmospheric science, but it is seldom used as a monitoring instrument. The developed system is automatic, performing a two wavelength monitoring of the PBL aerosols from 25 m above ground to 1500 m. Data are au...
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 19326
Last updated on: 2001-07-06
The research was organised into 5 programmes: dynamics of geomaterials; localisation phenomena in geomaterials; reinforced geomaterials; thermohydromechanical coupling; benchmarks and geomaterials modelling. The main results and achievements were as follows: applicatio...
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 20308
Last updated on: 1998-05-27
The research has been primarily focussed on molecular epidemiology which has no market applications, as far as I am aware. I will continue to study this area for it has implications in potential eradication programmes in the future. The research into the immunology of these vi...
Programme: FP3-HCM
Record Number: 17338
Last updated on: 1998-01-26
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