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Catching up with nanoCAVa: From Finland to across the world, innovative research on the climate effects of aerosols goes global

In December 2018, we interviewed then-Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow Dr Katrianne Lehtipalo on her innovative work on how aerosols contribute to climate change. We catch up with now-Professor Lehtipalo on how her research has been evolving over the last year since the formal end of her fellowship.

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Catching up with nanoCAVa: From Finland to across the world, innovative research on the climate effects of aerosols goes global

CORDIS RESULTS PACKS

Light years ahead: EU research and innovation projects show how photonics will shape the future

RESEARCH*EU MAGAZINE

New solutions to soothe chronic pain

RESULTS IN BRIEF

Ground station network as a service for next-generation satellites

INTERVIEWS

Advancing the feasibility of self-organising small satellite formations

Advancing the feasibility of self-organising small satellite formations

This year will see the world’s first in-orbit demonstration of a self-organising, three-dimensional formation of pico-satellites.

Catching up with nanoCAVa: From Finland to across the world, innovative research on the climate effects of aerosols goes global

In December 2018, we interviewed then-Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow Dr Katrianne Lehtipalo on her innovative work on how aerosols contribute to climate change. We catch up with now-Professor Lehtipalo on how her research has been evolving over the last year since the formal end of her fellowship.

Light years ahead: EU research and innovation projects show how photonics will shape the future

Photonics – the science of generating, controlling and detecting light – is the future. Just as the 20th century depended on the electron to witness advances in electronics and electricity, the 21st century relies on the photon to propel many scientific breakthroughs in different fields. This CORDIS Results Pack illustrates how photonics pushes the frontiers of science and ultimately improves our daily lives.

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.

Ground station network as a service for next-generation satellites

As the space sector keeps rapidly expanding, businesses coming up with the best technologies to meet its new requirements are set to thrive. Leaf Space hopes to make the cut with a service-based approach to ground operations for small satellites.

Advancing the feasibility of self-organising small satellite formations

This year will see the world’s first in-orbit demonstration of a self-organising, three-dimensional formation of pico-satellites.

Catching up with nanoCAVa: From Finland to across the world, innovative research on the climate effects of aerosols goes global

In December 2018, we interviewed then-Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow Dr Katrianne Lehtipalo on her innovative work on how aerosols contribute to climate change. We catch up with now-Professor Lehtipalo on how her research has been evolving over the last year since the formal end of her fellowship.

Latest Results in Brief

Summaries of the main outcomes at the end of each project, explaining the achievements and shining a spotlight on the next steps

Latest CORDIS Results Packs

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Horizon 2020 Collaboration Network

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