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research*eu results magazine

research*eu results features highlights from the most exciting EU-funded research and development projects. It is published 10 times per year in English, and covers:

  • Biology and medicine
  • Social sciences and humanities
  • Energy and transport
  • Environment and society
  • IT and telecommunications
  • Industrial technologies
  • Space

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research*eu results magazine - August 2015

Issue 45 - August 2015

Languages

pdf (3,7 MB)

Special feature:

Going full circle with our wastewaters

Interviews:

  • Dr. Elfrida Mihaela Carstea of the University of Birmingham on ‘Fluorescence-based assessment of water’
  • Dr Olivier Lepez of ETIA on ‘From sewage sludge to syngas and biochar: new perspectives for small municipalities’
  • Marco Antonio Attisani of Watly on ‘An H-shaped key to the problems of the third world’

Other highlights:

  • Mimicking the body on a chip for new drug testing
  • Targeted education proved to reduce cannabis use rates
  • Solar cells: on the road to a technological revolution
  • Minimizing the effects of climate change on drylands
  • Robot swarms use collective cognition to perform tasks
  • A step forward in properly fitted fashionable footwear
  • Conflicted consumers: anxiety and food decisions
research*eu results magazine - July 2015

Issue 44 - July 2015

Languages

pdf (3,6 MB) epub (8.5 MB)

Special feature:

Where science meets security

Interviews:

  • Dr. Peter Kühmstedt of Fraunhofer IOF on ‘Paving the path from increased trust to more powerful cloud applications
  • Virginie Deniau of IFSTTAR on ‘New detection sensors can help railways cope with EM attacks’
  • Andreas Herrolz of OFFIS on ‘3D acquisition of forensic evidence presents crime scene analysts with new perspectives’

Other highlights:

  • Helping stroke patients to regain their independence
  • The effects of new public management
  • Help for rail industry on cutting pollutants from diesel engines
  • Scrutinising snow and ice from space
  • WALK-MAN sets the bar high for DARPA’s Robotics Challenge Finals
  • Robot walker for elderly people in public spaces
  • Shields up for manned space exploration
research*eu results magazine - June 2015

Issue 43 - June 2015

Languages

pdf (3,4 MB) epub (6.9 MB)

Special feature:

Seas and oceans - Studying Earth's final frontier

Interviews:

  • Benedetto Allotta of the University of Florence on ‘Deep-sea exploration will soon be an option for most archeologists’
  • Klaus Wallmann of Geomar on ‘Scientists lift the veil on sub-seabed carbon storage impact on local ecosystems’
  • Christoph Heinze of the University of Bergen on ‘An insight into future ocean carbon uptake’
  • Hilmar Hinz of the Spanish Institute of Oceanography on ‘Do macroalgae habitats help sustain fish populations in the Mediterranean?’

Other highlights:

  • Empowering patients and improving treatment of Parkinson's disease
  • Posture affects infants’ capacity to identify objects, study finds
  • Sugar and jute aeroplane panels
  • Enzymes - a new weapon in the war on drugs in water
  • Switching Europe onto the next mobile generation
  • Automating logistics for the factory of the future
  • Organic materials show their magnetic nature
research*eu results magazine - May 2015

Issue 42 - May 2015

Languages

pdf (3,8 MB) epub (6.7 MB)

Special feature:

Road safety: towards zero fatalities?

Interviews:

  • Almie van Asten of TNO on ‘From smart to mindful cars: taking up the self-driving challenge’
  • Nicole van Nes of SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research on ‘First-hand insight into drivers’ natural behaviour’
  • Prof. Antonio Casimiro of the University of Lisbon on ‘Safe, affordable technology opens the way to automated transport’
  • Carlos Holguin of the University of Rome on ‘Off-road run-ins for driverless fleets’

Other highlights:

  • Smart wheelchairs to prevent pressure ulcers
  • Turning the tables: researching gambling research
  • What happens if we all drive electrical vehicles?
  • Red alert for ragweed allergy
  • The market place of the Internet of Things
  • The ultimate in semiconductor miniaturisation
  • New sensor system sniffs out mycotoxins in wheat
research*eu results magazine - April 2015

Issue 41 - April 2015

Languages

pdf (3,15 MB) epub (6,1 MB)

Special feature:

Hip research for the young

Interviews:

  • Dr Angel Montero-Carcaboso and Dr Jaume Mora of Hospital Sant Joan de Déu on ‘New drug containers help decrease resistance to neuroblastoma treatment’
  • Prof. Dr Marie-Francine Moens of KU Leuven on ‘From text to virtual world: the MUSE promise’
  • Silvio Bonfiglio of FIMI on ‘Home-based treatment of autism’
  • Dr Koen Leurs of the London School of Economics and Political Science on ‘Dipping into the cultural barriers to “social” media’

Other highlights:

  • Medication timing key in cancer treatment
  • The psychology behind green tax efficiency
  • CHIC brings fuel cells buses a step further to commercialisation
  • Enzyme prospecting in the land of fire and ice
  • Safe public infrastructure… for life!
  • Finding the sensor behind the sparkle
  • Exploring the potential of new orbits for future space services
research*eu results magazine - March 2015

Issue 40 - March 2015

Languages

pdf (4,4 MB) epub (6,9 MB)

Special feature:

Polymers and composites rise to new challenges

Interviews:

  • Oscar valdemoros of Javal on ‘New composite material promises to displace imports from outside Europe’
  • Krzysztof Grabowiecki of CIM-mes on ‘LIGHTSWORDS lens promises to reduce age-related degradation of sight’
  • Neil Treat of the Imperial College London on ‘Yet more opportunities for organic semiconductors’
  • Christophe Cotillon of Actia on ‘Could PBS revolutionise food packaging as we know it?

Other highlights:

  • New device relieves children suffering from spinal curvature
  • MAXICULTURE boosts initiatives in digital culture
  • Better software cuts computer energy use
  • Understanding climate change impact on Amazon deforestation
  • 3D visualisation of the Internet of things
  • Fighting seaweed with green technology
  • A novel cavity QED system
research*eu results magazine - February 2015

Issue 39 - February 2015

Languages

pdf (3,9 MB) epub (5,9 MB)

Special feature:

High-tech concepts to sense the world

Interviews:

  • David San Segundo Bello of IMEC on ‘Image sensors that behave like biological retinas’
  • Morten A. Geday of UPM on ‘New detection technologies for bacterial pathogens
  • Jean-Dominique Decotignie of CSEM on ‘Wireless sensors make aircraft maintenance more efficient’
  • Antonio Palucci of ENEA on ‘New sensors can find a bomb before it’s even ready to blow up’

Other highlights:

  • RUNSAFER: when sport shoes start caring for you
  • Redefining citizenship in a growing Europe
  • Clean bill of health for electric cars
  • New virtual research communities to create and share data on biodiversity
  • Information technology for people with Down’s syndrome
  • Innovative textiles to boost EU seaweed farming
  • Innovative techniques raise hope of reducing losses from cassava and yam crops
research*eu results magazine - December 2014/January 2015

Issue 38 - December 2014/January 2015

Languages

pdf (4,2 MB) epub (6,1 MB)

Special feature:

Can Hydrogen revolutionise our lifestyles?

Interviews:

  • Dr. Lourdes Vega of Carburos Metálicos on ‘Building trust in fuel cell hydrogen safety’
  • Giancarlo Tomarchio of Ericsson on ‘Fuel cells to connect our smartphones to the outside world’
  • Sofia Capito of LBST on ‘How “Christmas trees” can help improve hydrogen refuelling technologies

Other highlights:

  • Neutralising antibodies for safer organ transplants
  • Improved risk communication during infectious disease crises
  • Using intelligence to unlock the market for electric vehicles
  • Major breakthrough could help detoxify pollutants
  • Meet Poppy, the 3-D printed robot set to inspire innovation in classrooms
  • Smart operation of equipment
  • Preventing fatal asteroid collisions with the Earth
research*eu results magazine - November 2014

Issue 37 - November 2014

Languages

pdf (3,8 MB) epub (8,4 MB)

Special feature:

Close-up on nanotechnology

Interviews:

  • Prof Piero Baglioni of the University of Florence on ‘Nanomaterials to preserve ancient works of art’
  • Dr. Sabine Paulussen of the Flemish Institute for Technological Research on ‘High fluxes for water filtration’

Other highlights:

  • New hope for patients suffering from rare genetic disease
  • How research can help pluralism across Europe
  • Hi-tech cooperation: the answer to effective transport security
  • Using underwater robots for a better understanding of the underwater world
  • Flying robots will go where humans can’t
  • Mass producing super-thin films that can 'squeeze' electricity
  • Africa–Europe Earth Observation project
research*eu results magazine - October 2014

Issue 36 - October 2014

Languages

pdf (3,4 MB) epub (14,3 MB)

Special feature:

Biotech for longer, healthier lives

Interviews:

  • Prof David Sassoon of INSERM on ‘Helping stem cells overcome degenerative muscle disease’

Other highlights:

  • At the threshold of personalised cancer treatment
  • Socioeconomics for balanced and effective security solutions
  • Research to help reduce the risk of aircraft accidents
  • Interactive linking of climate data from multiple sources
  • Building high performance, low cost radar system
  • The next generation of 3D printers
  • Space - the final frontier for food
research*eu results magazine - September 2014

Issue 35 - September 2014

Languages

pdf (3,5 MB) epub (10,6 MB)

Special feature:

Bacteria: Small organisms, big impact

Interviews:

  • Dr Edurne Gaston Estanga on ‘A chemical-free decontamination system for fruit and vegetables

Other highlights:

  • A new look at treatments for childhood cancers
  • EU citizen science initiative asks us all to do our part
  • More efficient in-flight aircraft testing methods
  • Mapping greenhouse emissions to prevent climate change
  • Helping SMEs fish the Big Data ocean
  • Electronics-to-wear light up health care
  • Microsatellites propelled into new era
research*eu results magazine - July 2014

Issue 34 - July 2014

Languages

pdf (3,8 MB) epub (14,4 MB)

Special feature:

Nothing gets lost: the power of biomass

Interviews:

  • Dr Pieternel Claassen on ‘Turning bio-waste into green hydrogen’

Other highlights:

  • Technology supports diabetic patients and their doctors
  • Policies to support media independence
  • Greener furnaces for energy intensive industries
  • Climate change, meet cyborg plants
  • Security and Privacy? Now they can go hand in hand
  • WIBRATE: Picking up on bad vibrations
  • On a mission to Mars
research*eu results magazine - June 2014

Issue 33 - June 2014

Languages

pdf (5,2 MB) epub (14,3 MB)

Special feature:

The heartbeat of EU Science

Interviews:

  • Juan Pablo Lázaro-Ramos from TSB in Spain on ‘Home-based rehabilitation for CVD patients’
  • Prof. Mike Atkinson from the Institute of Radiation Biology in Germany on ‘Ascertaining low-dose radiation impact on the heart’
  • Dr Antonio Bernad from CNIC in Spain on a ‘New stem cell therapy for Ischaemic Heart Disease’

Other highlights:

  • New surgical breakthrough in repairing damaged spinal discs
  • Can machine crack the mystery of music creation?
  • Smart sensors for greener helicopters
  • International exchange fosters better local action on deforestation
  • Robot caregivers help the elderly
  • Modular, flexible, sustainable: the future of chemical manufacturing
  • Ushering in a new era of space flight
research*eu results magazine - March 2011

Issue 32 - March 2011

Languages

pdf (2,9 Mo)

Special feature:

Robots and us: advances in robotics, from industry to society

Other highlights:

  • Food… for thought
  • The race to cheaper fuel cells
  • Mysterious case of the collapsing bee colonies
  • EU scientists prove robots can learn to 'think'
  • Bright future for European laser technology
research*eu results magazine - May 2014

Issue 32 - May 2014

Languages

pdf (3,7 MB) epub (8,2 MB)

Special feature:

‘Cleaning up space junk’

Interviews:

  • Dr Juan R. Sanmartin of UPM on a new tether solution for satellite de-orbiting
  • Christophe Jacquelard from CILAS on laser technology used to change the trajectory of small debris

Other highlights:

  • Thin as a rail, strong as a rock
  • Fighting cancer by attacking its support network
  • E-Participation: the future of citizen engagement in the EU
  • Throwing light on to nanowires
  • The ‘triple-win’ way to reduce carbon in the atmosphere
  • Taking E-AGRI to Morocco and China
  • Crossing borders to find an alternative rubber supply
  • Inspiring the future of space exploration
research*eu results magazine - February 2011

Issue 31 - February 2011

Languages

pdf (3,56 Mo)

Special feature:

Education, training, ‘edutainment’: access for the new model society

Interviews:

  • Interview with Georg Thallinger of Salero

Other highlights:

  • Nano-drugs home in on cancer
  • Comfortable homes with near-zero energy costs
  • When does harvesting become mining?
  • Long-distance learning for remote areas
  • Stretchy circuits for fashion and more
research*eu results magazine - April 2014

Issue 31 - April 2014

Languages

pdf (4,5 MB) epub (6,7 MB)

Special feature:

From the obvious to the unknown – A new era for mobile apps

Other highlights:

  • Anti-cancer drugs customised for children
  • Emerging modern identities in Eastern Europe
  • EDown to earth energy
  • A cost-effective way of tackling soil pollution
  • EU-funded project to take biometric security systems to the next level
  • UV-LEDs lower cost of water purification
  • How microbes spread inside spacecraft
research*eu results magazine - March 2014

Issue 30 - March 2014

Languages

pdf (8,7 MB) epub (7,7 MB)

Special feature:

From the forest to the lab, what science can learn from nature

Other highlights:

  • Cell-specific cancer treatment;
  • Protecting archaeological sites from wild fire and extreme weather;
  • A vision turns into reality in the development of electricity networks;
  • Boosting jobs and growth through sustainable and intelligent forestry;
  • From electronic brains to the power of the mind;
  • A 3D-printed key to the factory of the future;
  • Preventing space overpopulation from man-made debris.
research*eu results magazine - December 2010/January 2011

Issue 30 - December 2010/January 2011

Languages

pdf (2,95 Mo)

Special feature:

Science, technology, materials and the nano-revolution

Interviews:

  • Interview with Andrew Richardson of Lancaster University’s Centre for Microsystems Engineering

Other highlights:

  • Breakthrough technology offers quicker, cheaper cancer screening
  • Next-generation air transport systems
  • Effect of global warming on genetic diversity
  • Robots ‘think’ with their hands
  • Scientists claim smart materials used in medical devices are safe
research*eu results magazine - February 2014

Issue 29 - February 2014

Languages

pdf (6,9 MB) epub (14,8 MB)

Special feature:

'Shaping the future of air transport'

Interviews:

  • Massimiliano Amirfeiz of Selex ES on 'Networking the sky with new aircraft communication technology'

Other highlights:

  • A 'smart' knife to fight cancer, crime and contamination
  • Sound advice: modelling music halls
  • Effectively monitoring the state of Europe’s marine environment
  • Achieving chameleon-like adaptability in the machine tool sector
  • Improved port accuracy and safety through novel (satellite) technology
research*eu results magazine - November 2010

Issue 29 - November 2010

Languages

pdf (1,27 MB) epub (14,8 MB)

Special feature:

Technology at work: in industry, offices and SMEs

Blooming innovation: interview with Professor Jose Duato of NANOC

In this issue:

  • New genetic risk factor for Lou Gehrig’s disease discovered
  • Extending the bicycle life cycle for Europe
  • Who put environmental policy on the map?
  • Tracking wood from forest to furniture
  • EU scientists aim to break storage capacity barrier
research*eu results magazine - December 2013/January 2014

Issue 28 - December 2013/January 2014

Languages

pdf (6,8 MB) epub (8,7 MB)

Special feature:

'Robots lend a helping hand'

Interviews:

  • Paolo Fiorini of the University of Verona on ‘Moving robot surgery from labs to hospitals’
  • Markus Waibel of ETH Zürich on ‘A new World Wide Web strictly for robots’

Other highlights:

  • Personalised, dynamic stories for engaging museum visits
  • Electronics for safe, efficient electric vehicles
  • Weather and environmental forecasts tailored to you
  • Nanodevices for a ‘More than Moore’ world
  • Flexibility for effective satellite communication
research*eu results magazine - October 2010

Issue 28 - October 2010

Languages

pdf (2,34 MB) epub (8,7 MB)

Special feature:

Clean technology: change that Europe can believe in

In this issue:

  • Electronic nose sniffs out bacteria
  • EU researchers investigate biogas potential
  • Protecting the environment as transport develops
  • Computers to read your body language?
  • Waste powers autonomous robots
research*eu results magazine - November 2013

Issue 27 - November 2013

Languages

pdf (6,7 MB) epub (7,5 MB)

Special feature:

'Spotlight on international cooperation under FP7'

Interviews:

  • Andy Morse of the University of Liverpool on 'Predicting climate-change-related disease in Africa'
  • Kay Matzner of Fraunhofer on 'Towards EU-China cooperation in ICT'
  • Luigi Carotenuto of Telespazio on 'Ensuring sky-high return on investment for the ISS'

Other highlights:

  • Fixing the economy by rewarding long-term investment in innovation
  • A brighter future? Anti-ageing treatment for solar panels
  • Unravelling the secrets to achieving high-yield plants
  • Save energy: commercial cooler chills beverage in just 50 seconds!
research*eu results magazine - September 2010

Issue 27 - September 2010

Languages

pdf (3,02 MB)

Special feature:

Cultural Heritage: Preserving the past for the digital future

It’s culture but not as we know it: research*eu results supplement talks with the people at Cinespace

In this issue:

  • Creativity and schizophrenia use similar brain canals
  • Blue sky thinking for European air traffic control
  • Another milestone for marine science's greatest endeavour
  • Cultural tourism in your ‘hood
  • Europe's first mobile robotic bin-on-call
research*eu results magazine - October 2013

Issue 26 - October 2013

Languages

pdf (7,3 MB) epub (14,8 MB)

Special feature:

'Turning waste into the key resource of tomorrow'

Interviews:

  • Dr Sonia Heaven of the University of Southampton on 'Digesting food waste to produce energy'
  • Dr Mario Malinconico of IUPAC on 'Closing the loop for lightweight materials'

Other highlights:

  • Fractures fixed in a fraction of time
  • Learning workplace skills through gaming
  • Assessing the sustainability of aquaculture production
  • Breaking through the fault-testing bottleneck in chip production
  • Keeping an eye on Europe's biodiversity... from space
research*eu results magazine - August 2010/July 2010

Issue 26 - August 2010/July 2010

Languages

pdf (2,96 MB)

Special feature:

Genes, health and the data revolution

Bioinformatics, the right reward for the right R & D: Interview with François Képès of Genopole

In this issue:

  • New tools for earlier breast cancer diagnosis
  • A tale of underground alchemy
  • EU launches forestry sustainable development tool
  • Free, open virtual laboratory for infectious diseases
  • Can the human brain inspire computer science?
research*eu results magazine - September 2013

Issue 25 - September 2013

Languages

pdf (7,4 MB) epub (6,4 MB)

Special feature:

‘The big clean-up: how to tackle toxic substances’

Interviews:

  • Spotlight on nanoparticles' imperceptible effects' with Dr Maria Diez-Ortiz from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology

Other highlights:

  • Towards evidence-based public policy for alcohol
  • Inspirational education for budding scientists
  • Addressing aircraft hazards through cutting-edge simulation
  • Unique study looks at global population projections up to 2100
  • Empowering innovation in photonics through collaboration
  • The EU keeps an eye on the sky
research*eu results magazine - June 2010

Issue 25 - June 2010

Languages

pdf (3,19 MB)

Special feature:

Better, smarter transport

Into the control room: interview with David McMillan of Eurocontrol

In this issue:

  • EU-funded study sheds light on DNA changes in human embryonic stem cells
  • The automotive internet, from vision to reality
  • Joining the dots to put pollution on the map
  • Embedded electronics — cars get cooperative
  • Fab new laser nano-fabrication technology
research*eu results magazine - July 2013/August 2013

Issue 24 - July 2013/August 2013

Languages

pdf (6,4 MB) epub (7,4 MB)

Special feature:

‘Plugging into wireless technologies’

Interviews:

  • Dr Vincent Peiris of CSEM on ‘Enhanced wireless technology for body implants and sensors’

Other highlights:

  • Science education gets a revamp across Europe
  • A vision turns into reality in the development of electricity networks
  • Conserving biodiversity for the future health of the planet
  • Perfect skin: more touchy-feely robots
  • Badminton-playing robot tests software designs of the future
  • Faster space rovers
research*eu results magazine - May 2010

Issue 24 - May 2010

Languages

pdf (2,83 MB)

Special feature:

The internet, the future: Where to from here?

In this issue:

  • New online resource to help sufferers of rare degenerative diseases
  • The internet of cars
  • Life in minimum oxygen ocean zones at risk
  • See-through networks
  • Light-based localisation for robotic systems
research*eu results magazine - June 2013

Issue 23 - June 2013

Languages

pdf (4,0 MB) epub (22,6 MB)

Special feature:

‘Preparing for the advent of smart cities’

Interviews:

  • Marcel Bijlsma of Novay Networked Innovation on ‘A travel app to make you feel better’
  • Arne Skou on ‘Future buildings: smart on energy’

Other highlights:

  • Managing diabetes with data and ingenuity
  • Are wireless devices potentially harmful?
  • Making safer composite materials for shipbuilding
  • Better bio-plastics for improved home appliances
  • A heavyweight boost for Einstein: probing gravity where no one has before
research*eu results magazine - April 2010

Issue 23 - April 2010

Languages

pdf (3,06 MB)

Special feature:

Food for life: safety, services and the food chain

More food for thought: interview with Riitta Maijala of EFSA

In this issue:

  • Traditional foods can sustain European cultures
  • Advancing on hydrogen
  • The buzz on the decline of the honey bee
  • Machine-learning revolutionizes software development
  • Anaerobic solutions for agro-industrial waste treatment
research*eu results magazine - May 2013

Issue 22 - May 2013

Languages

pdf (1,6 MB) epub (6,6 MB)

Special feature:

'Rare diseases and genetic disorders under the microscope'

Interviews:

  • Gloria Gonzàlez of FIMA on 'New hope for Acute intermittent porphyria'
  • Charles Redwood on 'EU project goes to the heart of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy'

Other highlights:

  • Enriching European humanities
  • The road to greater SME involvement
  • Infrastructure recycling hits the road
  • Advanced radio technologies for fairer 4G communications
  • Researchers help develop next-generation bio-plastic materials
  • Advancing engine technologies for space exploration
research*eu results magazine - March 2010

Issue 22 - March 2010

Languages

pdf (3,6 MB)

Special feature:

Let's get together Infrastructure for research, science and collaboration

Stephen Benians on the future of supercomputing

Grid computing, the new commodity

... and more

In this issue:

  • Crystal gazing into protein molecular structures
  • A safer route for dangerous goods
  • Key gene helps plants adapt to climate change
  • Argumentative agents for online deal-making
  • Scratchbot could save lives
research*eu results magazine - April 2013

Issue 21 - April 2013

Languages

pdf (2,0 MB) epub (6,7 MB)

Special feature:

'Water of life: desertification, access to clean water'

Interviews:

  • Roberto Ronson of CMCC on 'Preventing water-related conflict in the Mediterranean'
  • Peter Wyn-Jones on 'Is bathing in lakes and rivers a thing of the past?'

Other highlights:

  • Doctor in a cell
  • Climate change, water conflicts and human security
  • Testing a hydrogen-fuel-based transport infrastructure
  • A boost to your mobile signal
  • Collecting water from thin air
  • Keeping an eye on rising sea levels
research*eu results magazine - February 2010/January 2010

Issue 21 - February 2010/January 2010

Languages

pdf (3,6 MB)

In this issue:

  • Tracing the evolution of elderly care in Germany
  • Providing Morepower to portable fuel cells
  • Estimating Europe's carbon dioxide fluxes
  • Sound approach to sense of presence
  • Reducing water resistance in hopper dredgers
research*eu results magazine - December 2009

Issue 20 - December 2009

Languages

pdf (3,6 MB)

In this issue:

  • Human renal hypodysplasia gene investigated
  • Superconductive wires for electric power delivery
  • A Monster system for managing airport noise
  • Automating endpointing and labelling of recorded speech
  • Adhesive bonding — the future of shipbuilding in Europe
research*eu results magazine - March 2013

Issue 20 - March 2013

Languages

pdf (1,8 MB) epub (7,4 MB)

Special feature:

‘Women in science — and research to improve women’s lives’

Interviews:

  • Clara Menéendez on ‘Better understanding of malaria infection during pregnancy’
  • Sheena Laursen of Experimentarium on ‘Breaking down stereotypes towards more women in science’

Other highlights:

  • Innovative bomb-proof luggage container
  • Cleaner water for a safer future
  • TV and internet: a marriage made in heaven
  • Planning for a sustainable plastic future
  • Stars reveal the secret of ageing well
research*eu results magazine - November 2009

Issue 19 - November 2009

Languages

pdf (3,6 MB)

In this issue:

  • Differentiating the role of cystic fibrosis proteins
  • Studying methane seeps in northern waters
  • Eco-engineering accelerates soil detoxification
  • The impression of presence
  • Nanostructured materials shrink laser dimensions
research*eu results magazine - February 2013

Issue 19 - February 2013

Languages

pdf (1,9 MB) epub (8,7 MB)

Special feature:

Biodiversity: supporting vital ecosystems

Interviews:

  • Dr Elke Schüttler on keeping the peace between Chilean wild cats and landowners

Other highlights:

  • Giving stroke patients new reason for hope
  • Reduce energy consumption by 30% through ICT
  • Beam me to my meeting!
  • Employing virtual reality technology to revolutionise manual work
research*eu results magazine - October 2009

Issue 18 - October 2009

Languages

pdf (3,6 MB)

In this issue:

  • Bioengineered skin substitutes
  • Balancing wind power fluctuations
  • Developing the European market for organic food
  • The daily mapping of snow
  • New machining solutions for microelectronics
research*eu results magazine - December 2012/January 2013

Issue 18 - December 2012/January 2013

Languages

pdf (1,8 MB) epub (6,6 MB)

Special feature:

From FP7 to Horizon 2020: tackling Europe’s health challenges

Interviews:

  • Dr Jürgen Hescheler on a new toxicity test platform
  • Dr Wolfgang Weidenhammer on complementary medicine in Europe
  • Professor Vlad Ratziu on tackling liver disease

Other highlights:

  • Light weight, high-energy batteries for electric cars
  • Microbes join fight against desertification in North Africa
  • Product engineering … a complex marriage
  • Revolutionising industrial safety in Europe
research*eu results magazine - September 2009

Issue 17 - September 2009

Languages

pdf (3,6 MB)

In this issue:

  • Fluorescent proteins light up the way to cancer therapy
  • Methodology for estimating wave power potential
  • Overcoming constraints to sustainable development
  • Technically assisted rehabilitation
  • Lessons learnt from joining ship structures
research*eu results magazine - November 2012

Issue 17 - November 2012

Languages

pdf (2,4 MB) epub (7,8 MB)

Special feature:

Power up! The Future of Energy

Interviews:

  • Dimitrios Mendrinos of the Greek Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving on ‘Rethinking energy from the ground up’

Other highlights:

  • New study on genetics of autism
  • Modelling land surface and atmosphere interactions
  • Ahead in the cloud
  • Metal-mediated polymerisation for smart materials
research*eu results magazine - August 2009/July 2009

Issue 16 - August 2009/July 2009

Languages

pdf (3,6 MB)

In this issue:

  • From ocean to human body
  • Increasing efficiency in photovoltaic wafers
  • Local businesses trial alternative fuel vehicles
  • Engineering DNA to make the tiniest of wires
  • New procedures for environmentally friendly flying
research*eu results magazine - October 2012

Issue 16 - October 2012

Languages

pdf (2,8 MB) epub (10,0 MB)

Special feature:

Natural disasters and climate change: how science expects the unexpected

Interviews:

  • David Vaughan of the British Antarctic Survey on 'Reducing uncertainty in forecasting sea-level rises'

Other highlights:

  • Improved treatment of neurodegenerative disorders
  • Drinking water from the sea using solar energy
  • Early warning of potential 'desertification'
  • Search technology that can gauge opinion and predict the future
  • Removing hazardous substances from the air
research*eu results magazine - June 2009

Issue 15 - June 2009

Languages

pdf (3,6 MB)

In this issue:

  • Europe’s population under the genetic microscope
  • Improved conversion of lignocellulose to ethanol
  • The past sheds light on today’s and tomorrow’s climate
  • Simulated feeling of a touch
  • Lightweight vehicle design with maximised performance
research*eu results magazine - September 2012

Issue 15 - September 2012

Languages

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Special feature:

Africa: international cooperation, research for development and the digital divide

Interviews:

  • Graciela M. Rusch of the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA) - on trees and sustainable agriculture in Africa

Other highlights:

  • New nomenclature for Biomphalaria species in Lake Victoria
  • Sounding out bubbles in pipes
  • Europe, South Africa look to water conservation
  • Inspired by challenge - our robotic future
  • Europeans push the bio-nano-technology envelope
research*eu results magazine - May 2009

Issue 14 - May 2009

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In this issue:

  • Coordinating biomonitoring research across Europe
  • For accurate electrical measurements
  • The potential of Europe's lagging rural regions
  • Emerging computer memory technology
  • Shielding electrical contacts against corrosion
research*eu results magazine - July 2012/August 2012

Issue 14 - July 2012/August 2012

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Special feature:

Creative and talented: nurturing Europe’s next generation of scientists and building an inclusive, innovative society for the future

Interviews:

  • Dr Davide Iannuzzi on ‘Diving into the world of the very small’

Other highlights:

  • Study investigates aquatic parasites on fish
  • New motor can cut space exploration costs
  • Innovative pellets to benefit organic farmers
  • Open access: EU project results go public
  • Invisibility field cloak a reality
research*eu results magazine - April 2009/March 2009

Issue 13 - April 2009/March 2009

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In this issue:

  • Assessing post-stroke depression and anxiety
  • Testing a new type of transformer
  • Conceptualising sustainable food supply chains
  • Virtual games as rehabilitation in rural areas
  • Testing chambers for wiring standards
research*eu results magazine - June 2012

Issue 13 - June 2012

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Special feature:

Growth through innovation: ‘Green cars’, ‘Energy-efficient buildings’ and ‘Factories of the future’

Interviews:

  • Juliusz Zach, Juan Ramón de las Cuevas Jiménez and Richard Scaife on projects funded by the EU’s public-private partnerships for research (PPPs)

Other highlights:

  • There is something healthy in the state of Denmark
  • New hope for hydrogen-powered cars
  • Going underground for optimal crops and yields
  • Future Internet … a thing of beauty and promise
  • New method to clean and treat polluted water for extraction of chemicals
research*eu results magazine - February 2009

Issue 12 - February 2009

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In this issue:

  • Breathing easily using a new therapy
  • Portal for regulations to improve oil and gas services
  • Using treated wastewater for irrigation
  • Aerial photography enables efficient tree spraying
  • DNA-based nanodevices of the future
research*eu results magazine - May 2012

Issue 12 - May 2012

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Special feature:

Ecosystems and food security

Interviews:

  • Professor Augusto de Guimaraes Medina on food and health research

Other highlights:

  • Nutrition labelling: not as effective as you might think
  • Exploring your transport options, the EU way
  • Europeans develop innovative, sustainable food packaging product
  • A cheap and fully optical solution for ultra-fast internet
  • Infant eye movement and cognition
research*eu results magazine - January 2009

Issue 11 - January 2009

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In this issue:

  • RNA probes for infant allergy research
  • Toward more socially responsible energy production
  • Improving sensor arrays for better oceanic understanding
  • New channel model for wireless communications
  • Nanomaterials in dental applications
research*eu results magazine - April 2012

Issue 11 - April 2012

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Special feature:

Through the looking glass: search engines, data and the semantic adventure

Interviews:

  • The Balkans — a new approach to an entangled history

Other highlights:

  • Dr Robot, brain surgeon
  • Clean energy? Mother Nature still knows best
  • Strengthen education to build social cohesion
  • Gigabit wireless data coming to your home, car… or flight
  • A noiseless, emission-free car? Europeans are on the right track
research*eu results magazine - December 2008

Issue 10 - December 2008

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In this issue:

  • Antibodies for toxin-free chicken
  • Satellite-based performance check
  • Effect of olive mill wastewater on soil properties
  • DNA-based nanoelectronics
  • Simulation software reduces physical testing
research*eu results magazine - March 2012

Issue 10 - March 2012

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Special feature:

Knowledge beyond frontiers: cross-border science and innovation

Other highlights:

  • Eat fish, build up brainpower
  • Loco on logistics
  • Trees boost sustainable agriculture
  • Broadband, a gig per second for all!
  • Marrying innovation with old traditions for European bread
research*eu results magazine - November 2008

Issue 09 - November 2008

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In this issue:

  • Sheep feeding regimes give healthier milk
  • A clean alternative truck
  • Stonewalling degradation of Europe’s heritage
  • Experimenting out of the classroom
  • Recycling glass and carbon fibres
research*eu results magazine - February 2012

Issue 09 - February 2012

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Special feature:

Archaeology, history and heritage: a civilisation discovered in Libya’s desert

Other highlights:

  • Study shows link between ancestor’s brain and evolution
  • Maximum aircraft design
  • Slavery: the European context
  • Wireless healthcare
  • Nanotech fights trypanosomiasis south of the Sahara
research*eu results magazine - October 2008

Issue 08 - October 2008

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In this issue:

  • Model to prevent toxins passing from vine to wine
  • Palladium membranes to optimise hydrogen production
  • Preparing for a storm
  • Cooperative forest fire surveillance
  • Ghosts of aircraft monitoring
research*eu results magazine - December 2011

Issue 08 - December 2011

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Special feature:

Components, systems and engineering

Other highlights:

  • Promising gene therapy for brain disease
  • Driving the future of laser fusion energy
  • How does your garden grow?
  • Rating crisis communication
  • Creativity with coatings
research*eu results magazine - September 2008

Issue 07 - September 2008

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In this issue:

  • Smart scaffolds for tissue engineering
  • Increasing solar cell efficiency with silicon nitride
  • Modelling greenhouse gas emissions from dairy farms
  • Goodbye to faulty software?
  • Ultra-low-power integrated circuits
research*eu results magazine - November 2011

Issue 07 - November 2011

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Special feature:

Infectious diseases: international leadership tackling major health concerns

Interviews:

  • Interview with Professor Rainer Fischer and Professor Julian Ma of Pharma-Planta

Other highlights:

  • New approach to take the bite out of malaria
  • Olives for energy
  • What does the rest of the world think of Europe?
  • Mobile tech to support HIV treatment
  • Nanotech shines a light on disease development
research*eu results magazine - August 2008/July 2008

Issue 06 - August 2008/July 2008

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In this issue:

  • Osteoporosis warning from dental radiographs
  • Exploiting the sun to purify water in remote regions
  • Murky waters are bad news for Atlantic cod
  • Taking computer chat to a whole new level
  • Lightweight steel for lighter, faster cars and planes
research*eu results magazine - October 2011

Issue 06 - October 2011

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Special feature:

Health and ageing: new therapies and technologies to improve well-being

Interviews:

  • Interview with Dr Raymond H. Cuijpers of KSERA

Other highlights:

  • Silent treatment
  • Think consumption varies between petrol grades? Think again…
  • Study finds creatures not adapting to environmental changes in Antarctic
  • One tool to raise the bar on nursing home health care
  • EU project tackles engineered nanomaterials risk
research*eu results magazine - June 2008

Issue 05 - June 2008

Languages

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In this issue:

  • Chemical models predict toxicity
  • Harnessing sea waves
  • 2050: A city odyssey
  • TBeating the codebreakers with quantum cryptography
  • Mini-machines for micro-manufacturing
research*eu results magazine - September 2011

Issue 05 - September 2011

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Special feature:

Exploration of space: embarking on the final frontier

Interviews:

  • Interview with Manuel Collados of the European Solar Telescope project

Other highlights:

  • Is this the end of malaria?
  • EU researchers develop wearable solar panels
  • Saturn and the swirling, massive storm
  • New ways to work, learn and collaborate
  • Nanotechnology gives birth to super materials
research*eu results magazine - May 2008

Issue 04 - May 2008

Languages

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In this issue:

  • Mirror images in the brain refine motor skills
  • Survey of European biomass power plants
  • Reports reveal the state of urban water systems
  • Robotic minds think alike?
  • Novel lasers from quantum nanostructures
research*eu results magazine - July 2011/August 2011

Issue 04 - July 2011/August 2011

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Special feature:

Innovative modes of transport: where would we be without cars?

Interviews:

  • Interview with Alain de Larminat of Ecoshell

Other highlights:

  • Predicting cancer through your breath?
  • Electromagnetic suspension offers better car ride
  • Water efficient seeds to ensure global food security
  • Researchers prove safety of quantum cryptology
  • Super lasers in Europe? You bet
research*eu results magazine - April 2008/March 2008

Issue 03 - April 2008/March 2008

Languages

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In this issue:

  • Bumblebee disease studied
  • Reliability of rural electrification systems
  • Cloning salt- and drought-resistant poplars
  • Me, myself and I: manage online identity more safely
  • New processing methods for cotton-based materials
research*eu results magazine - June 2011

Issue 03 - June 2011

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Special feature:

Research for regions: a coherent research area for Europe

Interviews:

  • Interview with Dr Anu Reinart of EstSpacE

Other highlights:

  • Probing an ancient part of the brain
  • EU must invest more in wind power if 20 MW turbines to become reality
  • Vital groundwork for R & D cooperation
  • Need footage in a rush?
  • Estonia reaches for the stars
research*eu results magazine - February 2008

Issue 02 - February 2008

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In this issue:

  • Studying the role of iron in heart disease
  • Grasslands grow as energy source
  • Outreach for oceans
  • The leading ‘edge’: plastic fibre slashes network costs
  • Optimising polymer processing
research*eu results magazine - May 2011

Issue 02 - May 2011

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Special feature:

Energy and resources: alternatives, renewables, generation, distribution...efficiency all the way!

Other highlights:

  • Investigating cancer, mobiles and kids
  • Nano-structured electrolyte membrane boosts fuel cell technology
  • EU-funded study discovers link between climate and ancient societies
  • Enterprise logic gets an industry makeover
  • Fingertip sensitive robot to boost competitiveness
research*eu results magazine - January 2008

Issue 01 - January 2008

Languages

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In this issue:

  • Identifying cystic fibrosis biomarkers
  • Turning water and sunlight into hydrogen energy
  • Putting cleaner vehicles on the street
  • Double antennas deliver double the signal
  • Inexpensive polymer-based optics
research*eu results magazine - April 2011

Issue 01 - April 2011

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Special feature:

Blue sky research: a funding lifeline

Interviews:

  • Interview with Professor Tommaso Calarco of AQUTE

Other highlights:

  • The promise of metabolic engineering
  • Flight of fancy
  • Laying the foundations for synthetic biology in Europe
  • Virtual business enters the real world
  • Big steps in the nano-world revolutionise new products