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Sweden to encourage research and innovation projects176 million euro for the next 10 years

Sweden to encourage research and innovation projects

Swedens government will invest 176 millions of euro for research and innovation projects. In particular, will be improved the fields of medical and ingeneering research. Shortly later, swedish Wallenberg Foundation decided to invest a SEK1.7 billion in medical research.  Leer ms

Researchers design the worlds most sensitive thermometer Thermometer uses light to measure temperature

Researchers design the worlds most sensitive thermometer

Researchers at the University of Adelaide (Australia) have developed the worlds most sensitive thermometer that uses light and is three times more accurate than the best existing. Leer ms

NASA confirms its intention to send humans to Mars by 2035First Mars-walkers

NASA confirms its intention to send humans to Mars by 2035

Nasas chief scientist Dr Ellen Stofan, in a series of talks across the UK has outlined their plans to send austronauts to Mars before 2035. Leer ms

Proteome map

First human proteins catalogue uncovers 193 new proteins

An international team of researchers has created an initial catalog of the human "proteome," or all of the proteins in the human body. In total, using 30 different human tissues, the team identified proteins encoded by 17,294 genes, which is about 84 percent of all of the genes in the human genome predicted to encode proteins. Leer ms

Pilots of the future could control aircrafts using only neural signals, according to a new studyBrainflight project

Pilots of the future could control aircrafts using only neural signals, according to a new study

Pilots of the future could be able to control their aircraft by merely thinking commands. Scientists of the Technische Universitt Mnchen and the TU Berlin have now demonstrated the feasibility of flying via brain control with astonishing accuracy. Leer ms

UE encourages research and innovation

The EU is preparing many reforms in order to make it easier for governments to help companies, encouraging research and innovation. Leer ms

"Fear extinction"

American scientists discover a drug that could eliminate painful memories

A group of American scientists has discovered that a drug used to treat multiple sclerosis medicine may help eliminate traumatic memories. In experiments with mice, scientists found that after taking the drug, the mice reduced their fear after receiving an electric shock. Leer ms

TNS Political & Social survey

Lack of funding prevents companies from capitalising on their innovations

Most companies have not received public financial support for R&D or other innovation activities since January 2011, reports the 2014 Innobarometer survey on "The role of public support in the commercialisation of innovations" Leer ms

EU-funded training network aims to provide support and guidance to young researchersOSNIRO

EU-funded training network aims to provide support and guidance to young researchers

Taken together, the training elements, networking opportunities and international collaboration made possible through the OSNIRO network will help to shape a new generation of researchers with a broad, multidisciplinary background. Indeed, by providing support and guidance to young researchers, the network will also help to maintain Europes cutting edge in science and boost the economy. Leer ms

EU-funded training network aims to provide support and guidance to young researchersOSNIRO

EU-funded training network aims to provide support and guidance to young researchers

Taken together, the training elements, networking opportunities and international collaboration made possible through the OSNIRO network will help to shape a new generation of researchers with a broad, multidisciplinary background. Indeed, by providing support and guidance to young researchers, the network will also help to maintain Europes cutting edge in science and boost the economy. Leer ms

Worlds first bioreactor that cultures cell in a fully automated waySpanish start-up Aglaris Cell

Worlds first bioreactor that cultures cell in a fully automated way

The Spanish start-up Aglaris Cell is close to launching onto the market the worlds first bioreactor that cultures cell in a fully automated way, without using toxic additives. The device has attracted interest from the University of Oxford and the pharmaceutical giant, Merk. Leer ms

Higher funding

Russian government aims to improve the Russian science

According to a recent report by Thomson Reuters, Russian science lags significantly behind most countries in the G20. Statistics show that over the past decade, the share of Russian papers in the Web of Science international database has dropped from 3% to 2.1% and the papers go largely unnoticed by foreign scientists. Leer ms

Rice University scientists show that some diamonds are not foreverMicroscopic diamonds can break

Rice University scientists show that some diamonds are not forever

The Rice researchers behind a new study that explains the creation of nanodiamonds in treated coal also show that some microscopic diamonds only last seconds before fading back into less-structured forms of carbon under the impact of an electron beam. Leer ms

European new rules facilitating public support for research, development and innovationTo boost economic growth

European new rules facilitating public support for research, development and innovation

The European Commission has adopted new rules that will facilitate the granting of aid measures by Member States in support of research, development and innovation (R&D&I) activities. The scope of measures has been widened under the new General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER).  Leer ms

New brain cells could play a significant role in this "infantile amnesia", study suggestsWhy humans cannot recall memories

New brain cells could play a significant role in this "infantile amnesia", study suggests

New research suggests that neurogenesis, or the generation of new neurons, could play a significant role in this "infantile amnesia," which occurs across a wide range of species, including humans. Leer ms

Conference on Mobilising Innovation for a More Social Europe19 and 20 May 2014 in Brussels

Conference on Mobilising Innovation for a More Social Europe

The European Commission is hosting a high level conference on Mobilising Social Policy Innovation on the 19 and 20 May in Brussels. The conference will discuss how social policy innovation helps to catalyse social policy reforms for better economic and social outcomes. It will present experiences gained across the EU and will look at how social policy innovations can best contribute to achieving the Europe 2020 Strategy employment and social goals. Leer ms

Astronomers find the suns lost brotherUnderstanding how the sun is formed

Astronomers find the suns lost brother

A team of researchers led by astronomer Ivan Ramirez of The University of Texas at Austin has identified the first "sibling" of the sun a star almost certainly born from the same cloud of gas and dust as our star. Leer ms

First globally complete glacier inventory

Scientists map all of the worlds glaciers

Thanks to the efforts of an international group of scientists one of them is Tobias Bolch from Technische Universitt Dresden, Germany - who have mapped all of the worlds glaciers, glaciologists can now study with unprecedented accuracy the impacts of a changing climate on glaciers worldwide, and determine their total extent and volume on a glacier-by-glacier basis Leer ms

Major investment for EU scientific research hub in HungaryExtreme Light Infrastructure

Major investment for EU scientific research hub in Hungary

The European Commission has approved an investment of 111 million from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for the building of the third part of the cutting edge pan-European Laser research hub "Extreme Light Infrastructure"(ELI). The project will provide a major boost to Europes research capacity: attracting hundreds of scientists to Hungary and forging valuable links between business and the scientific world. Leer ms

Centenarians live at least fifteen years longer

Spanish and Japanese centenarians reveal a genetic key to longevity

The genes of 894 men and women over the age of one hundred in Spain and Japan have revealed that the secret to longevity, at least in southern Europe, lies in a variant on chromosome 9p21.3, which had already been associated with the risk of cardiovascular disease. Leer ms

An intelligent vehicle detects pedestrians at night With an algorithm

An intelligent vehicle detects pedestrians at night

Researchers at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) have designed a new pedestrian detection system for cars which works in low visibility conditions; the system is made up of infrared cameras which capture body heat.  Leer ms

US the country with the largest number of scientific publicationsCWTS Leiden Ranking 2014

US the country with the largest number of scientific publications

The CWTS Leiden Ranking 2014 measures the scientific performance of 750 major universities worldwide. Using a sophisticated set of bibliometric indicators, the ranking aims to provide highly accurate measurements of the scientific impact of universities and of universities involvement in scientific collaboration. Leer ms

Blood of young mice rejuvenate the brain

Scientists study anti-aging in laboratory with bloods mice

Researchers from Harvard and Stanford universities published three studies today showing that substances in the blood of young mice rejuvenate the muscles and brains of older ones. A previous Harvard study suggests the same happens to their hearts. Leer ms

EU-funded team develops a robot that assists older people in their homesRobotic care

EU-funded team develops a robot that assists older people in their homes

An EU-funded team has developed the GiraffPlus system; a robot assists older people in their homes, connects them to family, friends and healthcare professionals, while wearable devices and sensors throughout the home keep an eye on the persons health and activities. The system should be in commercial production by the end of 2015. The EU market for robots and devices assisting our older people is estimated to reach 13 billion by 2016. Leer ms

Archaeologists find the oldest town in BritainUKs oldest town

Archaeologists find the oldest town in Britain

Experts at the University of Buckingham declared Amesbury, southwest of Wiltshire and home to Stonehenge, as the oldest town in Britain following a series of carbon dating tests on ancient bones and flints unearthed in towns chief landmark. Leer ms
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