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Top Stories highlight the achievements of EU-funded research projects, featuring success stories in the many domains of the EU Framework Programmes

PROSPERITY4ALL: access to technology for everyone

PROSPERITY4ALL: access to technology for everyone

2015-07-13

EU researchers are developing a new, broad-ranging, cloud-based infrastructure that makes the Internet more accessible for users with special needs. The new ‘ecosystem’ enables people previously excluded from ICT to get help using technology and aims to use their feedback to d...

PAPETS: Quantum physics provides startling insights into biological processes

PAPETS: Quantum physics provides startling insights into biological processes

2015-07-07

Quantum physics is helping researchers to better understand photosynthesis and olfaction.

LIGHTNESS: Anticipating the mobile traffic boom

LIGHTNESS: Anticipating the mobile traffic boom

2015-07-02

Mobile data traffic is expected to grow hundred- or thousand-fold by 2020, when the new 5G telecoms standards are due to enter the market. As the race is on to come up with new solutions for telecoms networks to accommodate this massive growth, one EU research project has alre...

GHOST: Technology that leaps out of the screen

GHOST: Technology that leaps out of the screen

2015-07-01

Exciting new technologies, which allow users to change the shape of displays with their hands, promise to revolutionise the way we interact with smartphones, laptops and computers. Imagine pulling objects and data out of the screen and playing with these in mid-air.

PRAISE: a social network for online music learning

PRAISE: a social network for online music learning

2015-06-29

Community feedback and advanced analytics, combined with lesson planning and monitoring tools for teachers make this social learning platform, PRAISE, a step forward in collaborative online learning.

BOC: Mimicking the body on a chip for new drug testing

BOC: Mimicking the body on a chip for new drug testing

2015-06-10

Scientists in an EU-supported project have developed a microfluidic chip that simultaneously analyses the reactions of several human organ tissues when they come into contact with candidates for new drugs. The ground-breaking device could save millions of euros in drug develop...

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List retrieved on: 2015-08-30