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Artificial nerve cells could cure chronic diseases

Researchers have replicated the electrical properties of biological neurons in semiconductor chips. Their technology could help repair the damage caused by conditions like heart failure and Alzheimer’s.

NEWS

Artificial nerve cells could cure chronic diseases

CORDIS RESULTS PACKS

Water innovation: Technological solutions for ensuring Europe’s present and future water security

RESEARCH*EU MAGAZINE

The growing power of media content convergence

RESULTS IN BRIEF

Cities come together to tackle mountains of waste

INTERVIEWS

Stopping aquatic biodiversity loss with ecosystem-based management tools

Stopping aquatic biodiversity loss with ecosystem-based management tools

The EU’s Biodiversity Strategy aims to stop biodiversity loss and to maintain ecosystems. AQUACROSS developed a methodology which offers an unprecedented range of policy reviews, new knowledge and assessment of management practices for the sustainable management of aquatic ecosystems.

Artificial nerve cells could cure chronic diseases

Researchers have replicated the electrical properties of biological neurons in semiconductor chips. Their technology could help repair the damage caused by conditions like heart failure and Alzheimer’s.

Water innovation: Technological solutions for ensuring Europe’s present and future water security

Water is the essence of life and its abundance is a crucial ingredient in a healthy environment. With climate change threatening water resources across the globe, maintaining a stable supply of water for both human consumption and the ecosystem as a whole is a major concern, and thus new technological solutions need to be developed and quickly put into action. This CORDIS Results Pack focuses on 10 EU-funded projects that are doing just that.

The growing power of media content convergence

The way we access and consume media has been rapidly changing over the past 15 years. The previous solid distinctions that siloed traditional media, such as TV, radio, cinema and video games, have blurred into each other with the advent of technologies such as smartphones, apps, web-streaming and of course, social media. Now you can access Netflix on two of the three major current video games consoles, your smart TV as well as your laptop, smartphone or tablet. You can interact through social media with your favourite radio station or vote in your favourite TV talent show through an app or the web.

Cities come together to tackle mountains of waste

Seven cities from the European Union united to test the best ways to reduce and recycle waste. The work on the Urban_Wins project offers solutions to an emergency situation before it’s too late.

Stopping aquatic biodiversity loss with ecosystem-based management tools

The EU’s Biodiversity Strategy aims to stop biodiversity loss and to maintain ecosystems. AQUACROSS developed a methodology which offers an unprecedented range of policy reviews, new knowledge and assessment of management practices for the sustainable management of aquatic ecosystems.

Artificial nerve cells could cure chronic diseases

Researchers have replicated the electrical properties of biological neurons in semiconductor chips. Their technology could help repair the damage caused by conditions like heart failure and Alzheimer’s.

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

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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