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Cable bacteria shaking up our understanding of nature
Following its surprise discovery of a new life form capable of transporting electricity over long distances, a Danish-led team of researchers is looking into what makes cable bacteria tick.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 201295
Last updated on: 2017-07-07
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Pioneering molecular movies yields insights into chemical reactions in liquids
The EU-funded CAPRI project successfully used ultrafast laser pulses to shed light on mechanisms of chemical reactions in liquids in unprecedented detail, with potential for leaner and greener industrial chemistry.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 200150
Last updated on: 2017-06-27
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Improved predictions for weather and climate
Never before has so much information concerning the global atmosphere, oceans and land surface been available but large gaps in the data still exist. These gaps, together with imperfect forecasting models and complexity of climate processes, prevent an accurate understanding of both the current and future state of the atmosphere and climate system.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 198852
Last updated on: 2017-06-07
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Tailoring light-molecule interaction at the nanoscale
EU-funded researchers provide an unambiguous demonstration of the influence the photonic environment has on the FRET rate in plasmonic nanostructures.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 198736
Last updated on: 2017-05-26
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Improving the sensitivity of atomic sensors
Using quantum physics, EU-funded researchers have improved the sensitivity of an atomic magnetometer, thus opening the door for using super-precise measurements in a number of fields.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 198735
Last updated on: 2017-05-26
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Crystals show the future for nanomaterials
The EU-funded INSITUNANO project is helping to unlock the potential of new nanomaterials by showing us how they grow, how we could steer that growth and how we could use them in new ways in devices.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 198733
Last updated on: 2017-05-26
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Searching the stars for habitable planets
New methods for detecting the tiniest variations in light waves from distant stars have helped astronomers find potentially habitable planets and opened the door to new projects designed to answer the question of whether we are truly alone in the universe.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 198573
Last updated on: 2017-05-19
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
How sensitive is climate to increased carbon dioxide in the long term?
Examining the levels of carbon dioxide and climate change in the past could help us predict the extent of global warming well beyond the end of this century, according to EU climate scientists.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 197513
Last updated on: 2017-05-05
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
More efficient ‘multi-switchable’ molecules could boost data storage
EU scientists can now model how complex molecules switch from one state to another when exposed to light, potentially paving the way for more efficient data storage devices and other novel technologies.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 197493
Last updated on: 2017-05-02
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
Exploring the atmosphere of the ancient earth
EU-funded geochemists have a story to tell about the origins of the earth’s atmosphere and its evolution through time.
Programme: FP7-IDEAS-ERC
Record Number: 197477
Last updated on: 2017-05-02
Available languages: DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL
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