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The role of vitamin K in cardiovascular health and bone strength

A new study has shown that vitamin K2 could be beneficial for proper calcium utilisation and increase the safety of age-related bone loss treatments.

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The role of vitamin K in cardiovascular health and bone strength

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Reducing the R&I divide among countries by sharing knowledge and expertise across the EU

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Discovering algae’s power as a renewable resource

RESEARCH*EU MAGAZINE

Nuclear power, the underdog of Europe’s energy mix

RESULTS IN BRIEF

The role of our gut biome in our health and well-being keeps unfolding

The role of vitamin K in cardiovascular health and bone strength

A new study has shown that vitamin K2 could be beneficial for proper calcium utilisation and increase the safety of age-related bone loss treatments.

Reducing the R&I divide among countries by sharing knowledge and expertise across the EU

It is an undeniable fact that economic growth and increased competitiveness in Europe can only happen by investing in Research and Innovation (R&I). Major benefits can be achieved by tapping into Europe’s unexploited potential in R&I through increased participation in the Horizon 2020 framework research programme coupled with greater commitment from low R&I performing Member States (MS) and Associated Countries (AC).

Discovering algae’s power as a renewable resource

Algae provide an effective, sustainable, unlimited and almost entirely untapped resource for bio-based processes and products. Dense with energy and rich in nutrients, this natural product is ripe for exploitation by forward-thinking research organisations and commercial companies.

Nuclear power, the underdog of Europe’s energy mix

The word ‘nuclear’ evokes strong emotions and many of these, if we’re being completely honest, are tied up around the notion of nuclear warheads and nuclear conflict. In today’s increasingly unstable world order, citizens are regularly exposed to rolling news coverage about nuclear proliferation issues, a recent example being the failed February summit between the United States and North Korea that took place in Vietnam.

The role of our gut biome in our health and well-being keeps unfolding

The evidence is piling up: the gut microbiome influences the development and function of the immune, endocrine and nervous systems, which regulate energy balance and behaviour. The MyNewGut project looked into the role of the biome and the disease risk-reduction potential of dietary intervention.

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Reducing the R&I divide among countries by sharing knowledge and expertise across the EU
Reducing the R&I divide among countries by sharing knowledge and expertise across the EU

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Reducing the R&I divide among countries by sharing knowledge and expertise across the EU

SOCIETY

ENERGY

CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENT

Last update: 23 April 2019

Discovering algae’s power as a renewable resource
Discovering algae’s power as a renewable resource

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Discovering algae’s power as a renewable resource

SOCIETY

FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH

FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Last update: 15 April 2019

Securing Europe’s industrial future through key enabling technologies and dedicated research partnerships
Securing Europe’s industrial future through key enabling technologies and dedicated research partnerships

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Securing Europe’s industrial future through key enabling technologies and dedicated research partnerships

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES

ENERGY

CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENT

Last update: 26 March 2019

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Discover where organisations are located around the world and who they collaborate with in their H2020 research and innovation projects