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Results Magazine

Nº 63
JUN 2017
European wine producers step their game up

Also in this issue:

Skeletal tissue regeneration An RNA-based toolbox to advance cellular computing Time to revisit antiangiogenic treatment of cancer Getting the EU ready for the next pandemic The power of long non-coding RNAs The effect of socio-economic segregation on European cities Unearthing the migrations that characterise the population history of Europe Identifying the ingredients of economic growth Science and society take on social innovation together Better gas turbine engine designs boost efficiency and cut noise The hydrogen stamp of approval Intelligent utilisation of grid assets How to promote bio-based products New technology and management techniques could lift European aquaculture industry Building trust for better water management Making Earth observation data accessible to aquaculture Improving desalination with nanotechnology Hybridising silicon devices with carbon nanotubes Forest-based composites for higher indoor air quality Bio-products from legume waste Recycling silicon dust to reduce solar panel waste Modelling energy efficiency for the next generation of microchips ARM-based servers for future data centres The key to a secured cloud for businesses Europe’s resilience to threats gets better Emergency kits to help overcome disaster Robotic tools to better assist crisis intervention teams Quantum leap forward in understanding biological processes Bioreactor for human stem cell culture The murder of journalists - a potent precursor of wider political repression An autonomous robot to predict future yields Quantum physicists bring Schrödinger’s cat to life (and death) Groups of mongooses band together to wage war on each other A wheeled robot to monitor grape growth Heralding a new ERA of increased life expectancy and good health Microwave technology improves the properties of grape-derived products Was methane responsible for early Earth’s oxygen boom? Seeing the wood for the trees with advanced sensing technology Improved polyphenol extraction thanks to ultrasounds
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