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Introducing your revamped Research*eu magazine!

You may have noticed something a little different when you received or downloaded the latest edition of our magazine – first of all, we’ve had a name change: the fully redesigned magazine from CORDIS is now simply called Research*eu. It's our first major redesign in several years but much of the magazine’s structure will look familiar to you, and its core mission has not changed, namely to ensure the dissemination of ground-breaking EU-funded research results.
Introducing your revamped Research*eu magazine!
The magazine will continue to have a dedicated special feature focusing on one specific topic per issue, which can now be pulled out from the middle of the magazine with its own dedicated editorial.

We will of course continue to publish our regular thematic sections. However, you’ll notice some of the sections have either had a slight or a complete naming overhaul – so for example, ‘Information and Communication Technology’ has become ‘Digital Economy’, and ‘Industry’ has changed to ‘Industrial Technologies’. We’ve also merged the ‘Agriculture and Forestry’ and ‘Aquatic Resources’ sections into a new ‘Food & Natural Resources’ section, focusing equally on both fish and field.

New look, new features

We’re also pleased to introduce three entirely new features. In ‘Life After…’ we catch up with a now-closed EU-funded project that we interviewed in a previous issue and see how their results have continued to evolve. We’ll follow up to find out whether they’ve launched a pioneering new technology or made further advances on a crucial scientific discovery. In October’s issue, we’ve reconnected with the LARA project – go to the end of our ‘Space’ section to see what they’ve accomplished since we last met them.

The new ‘Project of the Month’ feature will shine a spotlight on one particular project and its results. This month, we’ve chosen the REMEB project which has used ceramic membranes to help facilitate the cost-effective recycling of treated wastewater, thus combating water scarcity. After Europe’s long dry summer, this is definitely a hot topic. We actively encourage researchers working on EU-funded projects listed in the CORDIS database to put themselves forward for ‘Project of the Month’. If you think your project has achieved something extraordinary recently, then email us and tell us why it should be covered.

Finally, our ‘EU Agenda’ section provides a more comprehensive list of events relevant to our readers, including those organised or being attended by EU-funded projects as well as highly relevant international and EU themed days of interest to the scientific and research communities.

We hope you like the new version of Research*eu – new features, a new graphical look to improve overall readability, but the same commitment to in-depth, high-quality writing showcasing the best and most inspiring EU-funded research results.

We’d love to hear your feedback on the new magazine. Drop us a line for any issues and questions at editorial@cordis.europa.eu!

Source: Based on information from CORDIS

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