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Logistics clusters solutions for a sustainable and fully integrated transport system

An EU-funded initiative has taken huge steps towards building a hyper-connected network of logistics hubs and clusters. It will help reduce congestion, noise, land use and pollution.

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Logistics clusters solutions for a sustainable and fully integrated transport system

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Digitilisation through the ICT4WATER cluster to boost innovation in the water sector

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New solutions to soothe chronic pain

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Overcoming KRAS-driven lung cancer resistance to drugs

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Cartilage regeneration: a soon-to-be treatment option for chronic lower back pain and osteoarthritis?

Cartilage regeneration: a soon-to-be treatment option for chronic lower back pain and osteoarthritis?

In 10 years from now, patients with chronic lower back pain or osteoarthritis might see several new treatment options change their lives for the better. Although in their very early stages, tests performed on a new generation of drug delivery carriers show promise for inhibiting the tissue degeneration at the heart of these conditions.

Logistics clusters solutions for a sustainable and fully integrated transport system

An EU-funded initiative has taken huge steps towards building a hyper-connected network of logistics hubs and clusters. It will help reduce congestion, noise, land use and pollution.

Digitilisation through the ICT4WATER cluster to boost innovation in the water sector

Water is key for society and for the economy. We need to address the pressing water challenges, adapt water resource management to mitigate the effects of climate change, combat resource pollution and depletion, manage demands for water, address the water–energy nexus, and prevent degradation of ecosystems. Digital solutions can play a vital role in addressing some of these challenges.

New solutions to soothe chronic pain

Chronic pain effects an estimated 100 million people across Europe (approximately one in five adults) and has a devastating impact on the quality of life for many of those who are suffering. Although acute pain can usually be considered a symptom of disease or injury, chronic and recurring pain (defined as continuous, long-term pain lasting for more than 6 months) is actually a specific healthcare problem in its own right. It can occur anywhere in the body despite no obvious cause and in many cases doesn’t appear to have a useful function – in the worst cases, it can persist for months or even years and has traditionally been very difficult to treat.

Overcoming KRAS-driven lung cancer resistance to drugs

Resistance to chemotherapy is a persistent problem that adversely impacts patient recovery. The EU project IVORIaN at the Francis Crick Institute in the United Kingdom is tackling this issue by blocking the interaction of specially selected molecules.

Cartilage regeneration: a soon-to-be treatment option for chronic lower back pain and osteoarthritis?

In 10 years from now, patients with chronic lower back pain or osteoarthritis might see several new treatment options change their lives for the better. Although in their very early stages, tests performed on a new generation of drug delivery carriers show promise for inhibiting the tissue degeneration at the heart of these conditions.

Logistics clusters solutions for a sustainable and fully integrated transport system

An EU-funded initiative has taken huge steps towards building a hyper-connected network of logistics hubs and clusters. It will help reduce congestion, noise, land use and pollution.

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