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Up to 78 million batteries will be discarded daily by 2025, researchers warn
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An EU-funded project makes it plain: batteries need to live longer than the Internet of things (IoT) devices they power. A position paper published by the project outlines the key actions to power IoT devices reliably and sustainably.
Innovative research for a positive vision of the future of work
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Following the huge disruption caused by COVID-19, combined with the ongoing digital and green transitions and high levels of socioeconomic challenges lingering on from the last economic crisis of the late 2000s, the future of work, workers and workplaces is currently right in the political spotlight. This CORDIS Results Pack features 11 EU-funded projects that have undertaken innovative research to help chart a way forward for the workplaces of tomorrow.
Another small step: A new age of solar system exploration
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Whilst the dominant scientific concern at the beginning of the new decade has been the very much rooted-on-Earth pandemic, excitement and renewed commitment to space exploration may see the 2020s eventually remembered for a surge of reignited interest in the Final Frontier. A new global space race is under way between the world’s major powers to be the first to unearth new secrets about our immediate celestial neighbourhood, the solar system.
Wearable robots provide extra muscle for children
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Neurological disorders such as cerebral palsy may cause chronic loss of mobility. To address the limitations of existing neurorehabilitation devices, European researchers have developed the first wearable robotic exoskeleton for children suffering from problems with walking.
One rover, one mission: supporting future life on the Moon
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There is still much we don’t know about the Moon and the conditions astronauts settling down on its surface will need to live in. The LUVMI-X project has been preparing the best possible rover for these future missions, with a launch expected in 2025 if everything goes as planned.
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