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How to quickly and efficiently identify huge gene data sets to help coronavirus research

An international team of researchers is investigating how massive amounts of genome sequence data can be ordered and analysed for use in biomedicine.

NEWS

How to quickly and efficiently identify huge gene data sets to help coronavirus research

CORDIS RESULTS PACKS

Migration and migrant integration: Enabling knowledge-based approaches to migration policy

RESEARCH*EU MAGAZINE

Satellites: A mini revolution unfolds above us

RESULTS IN BRIEF

Giant tablets bring a collaborative spirit to people of all ages

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.

How to quickly and efficiently identify huge gene data sets to help coronavirus research

An international team of researchers is investigating how massive amounts of genome sequence data can be ordered and analysed for use in biomedicine.

Migration and migrant integration: Enabling knowledge-based approaches to migration policy

Issues surrounding migration have become increasingly important across Europe over the past ten years due to the arrival of tens of thousands of refugees fleeing unrest in the Middle East and other regions of the world. This CORDIS Results Pack highlights innovative EU-funded social sciences research that helps us to better understand the complex challenges and opportunities surrounding migration and migrant integration into European societies.

Satellites: A mini revolution unfolds above us

At the beginning of 2019, according to the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), nearly 5 000 satellites were orbiting the Earth, an increase of 2.68 % on the previous year. Since the Soviet Union first launched Sputnik into orbit back in 1957, around 8 378 satellites have been sent up into outer space. Seven additional satellites are also orbiting planets other than Earth. However, not all of these nearly 5 000 satellites are still active – only around 2 000 are still functional, meaning that less than 40 % of the satellites currently in orbit are fully operational.

Giant tablets bring a collaborative spirit to people of all ages

Interactive, ultra-high-resolution tablets foster teamwork and bring people and communities closer together.

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.

How to quickly and efficiently identify huge gene data sets to help coronavirus research

An international team of researchers is investigating how massive amounts of genome sequence data can be ordered and analysed for use in biomedicine.

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