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Japan, US and Western Europe have fallen from 90% to 70%

China, Germany, Japan, Korea and the United States dominate global innovation - WIPO report 2019

Five nations (China, Germany, Japan, Korea and the United States) accounted for nearly half of all scientific activity around the world as well as the great majority of patents issued during the three years to 2017.Before 2000, Japan, the US and Western European economies accounted for 90% and more than 70%, respectively. These shares have fallen to 70% and 50% between 2015 and 2017, by the emergence of China, The Republic of Korea and others,according to the World Intellectual Property Report Leer más

 China´s Chang´e-4 probe lands on the moon
 Chinese and European scientists propose 28 complementary colours
 EU has more digital specialists than before but skills gaps remain
 EU-wide rules for safety of drones approved by European Parliament

New methodology developed to monitor patients with glioblastomaNew methodology developed to monitor patients with glioblastoma

Seven European hospitals have validated a new methodology developed at Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV, Spain) to monitor patients with glioblastoma. This methodology helps medical doctors know the patients´ situation with greater precision; it allows them to obtain several vascular biomarkers directly linked to their survival Leer más

Scientists find a place on Earth where there is no lifeScientists find a place on Earth where there is no life

Living beings, especially microorganisms, have a surprising ability to adapt to the most extreme environments on our planet, but there are still places where they cannot live. European researchers have confirmed the absence of microbial life in hot, saline, hyperacid ponds in the Dallol geothermal field in Ethiopia. Leer más

 Salty diet makes you hungry, not thirsty
 Antarctic fungi survive Martian conditions on the International Space Station
 NASA reveals the strongest evidence of liquid flowing on Mars

The embryonic origin of the Cyclops eyeThe embryonic origin of the Cyclops eye

A congenital anomaly characterized by the presence of a single or partially divided eye has been described in many vertebrate species, including humans, and is sometimes associated with the presence of a proboscis. A new study analyses the embryonic origin of this malformation in a chicken embryo. Leer más

 Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest
 Eyebrows have played a crucial role in human survival, study finds
 Eye exams linked to kids´ reading levels
 Eye expression can accurately tell what others are feeling, scientists find

The method could be applied to combat future bone loss

Graphene activates immune cells helping bone regeneration in mice

A team of Italian researchers from the European consortium Graphene Flagship has discovered that graphene nano-tools can trigger bone formation in a mouse experiment. They hope the discovery will someday have a clinical application. The method could be applied in the future to combat bone loss suffered by astronauts due to lack of gravity Leer más

 Graphene set to go from the lab to the marketplace
 A graphene scanner unveils hidden images on canvases
 "Graphene" and "The Human Brain": the two ambitious European research projects
 Graphene Week opens up, the world-wide gathering for graphene experts

By land masses separated by a shallow sea

Jurassic dinosaurs could have been dispersed between Africa and Europe 145 years ago

Dinosaur footprints found in several European countries, very similar to others in Morocco, suggest that they could have been dispersed between the two continents by land masses separated by a shallow sea more than 145 million years ago. Scientists have identified a type of large and slender footprints with a size of 30-50 cm and other gigantic and robust footprints measuring more than 50 cm. How did the dinosaurs pass between Laurasia and Gondwana? The answer is problematic. Leer más

 What dinosaurs´ color say about their lives
 Study finds how dinosaurs died in Europe
 Scientists decode how dinosaurs turned into birds
 Dinosaurs evolved into birds, researchers say

China´s Chang´e-4 probe lands on the moonThird country to reach the lunar space

China´s Chang´e-4 probe lands on the moon

China became the third country to land a probe on the moon on Jan. 2. But, more importantly, it became the first to do so on the far side of the moon, often called the dark side. The ability to land on the far side of the moon is a technical achievement in its own right, one that neither Russia nor the United States has pursued. Leer más

Argentina´s National Council for Scientific Research

Artificial intelligence for studying the ancient human populations of Patagonia.

The presence of humans on the American continent dates back to at least 14,500 years ago, according to datings made at archaeological sites such as Monte Verde, in Chile´s Los Lagos Region. But the first settlers continued moving towards the southernmost confines of America. Leer más

Chinese and European scientists  propose 28 complementary colours In addition to the 11 basic colours

Chinese and European scientists propose 28 complementary colours

Whenever required to define the colours of an image, one usually falls back on a system of eleven well-known names, such as white, red, green and blue, but a team of Chinese and European scientists propose using an additional 28 terms, such as burgundy, salmon, lavender, plum, tan and olive green These new descriptors offer better results when it comes to classifying images, identifying people and visually monitoring individuals. Leer más

EU-wide rules for safety of drones approved by European ParliamentModernised safety aviation rules to meet new challenges

EU-wide rules for safety of drones approved by European Parliament

On Tuesday, the European Parliament approved an agreement reached between Council and Parliament negotiators in November 2017 on EU-wide principles for drones and drone operators to ensure a common level of safety and give operators and manufacturers the predictability to develop products and services. Currently most drones fall under differing national rules, which can hamper market development. Leer más

EU has more digital specialists than before but skills gaps remain2018 Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI)

EU has more digital specialists than before but skills gaps remain

The European Commission has published the results of the 2018 Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI), a tool which monitors the performance of Member States in digital connectivity, digital skills online activity, the digitisation of businesses and digital public services. According to it, the EU is getting more digital, but progress remains insufficient for Europe to catch up with global leaders and to reduce differences across Member States. Leer más

Europe´s chance to shape the future

A renewed agenda for Research and Innovation

The European Commission has presented its contribution to the informal discussion that Heads of State and Government will hold in Sofia on 16 May 2018 on research and innovation and the steps needed to ensure Europe´s global competitiveness. Leer más

University of Manchester

What will happen when our sun dies?

Scientists agree the sun will die in approximately 10 billion years, but they weren´t sure what would happen next...until now.  Leer más

Artificial intelligence

Commission outlines a European approach to boost investment and set ethical guidelines on AI

The Commission is proposing a three-pronged approach to increase public and private investment in AI, prepare for socio-economic changes, and ensure an appropriate ethical and legal framework. This follows European leaders´ call for a European approach on AI.  Leer más

University of York

Eyebrows have played a crucial role in human survival, study finds

Highly mobile eyebrows that can be used to express a wide range of subtle emotions may have played a crucial role in human survival, new research from the University of York suggests. Leer más

University of Southern California

Scientists develop method to repair damaged structures deep inside the ear

Scientists found a new way to fix cells deep inside the ear, which could help millions of people who suffer hearing loss.Researchers at USC and Harvard have developed a new approach to repair cells deep inside the ear -- a potential remedy that could restore hearing for millions of elderly people and others who suffer hearing loss. Leer más

Scientists from Brazil, Israel and Portugal receive International Prize for Research in ScienceUNESCO

Scientists from Brazil, Israel and Portugal receive International Prize for Research in Science

Ivan Antonio Izquierdo (Brazil), the Agricultural Research Organization (Volcani Center, Israel) and Rui Luis Gonçalves dos Reis (Portugal) received the UNESCO–Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences Leer más

New research, enabling artificial intelligence (AI)

Is your smile male or female?

The dynamics of how men and women smile differs measurably, according to new research, enabling artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically assign gender purely based on a smile. Although automatic gender recognition is already available, existing methods use static images and compare fixed facial features. The new research, by the University of Bradford, is the first to use the dynamic movement of the smile to automatically distinguish between men and women. Leer más

University of Colorado at Boulder

New malleable ´electronic skin´ self-healable, recyclable

Researchers have developed a new type of malleable, self-healing and fully recyclable ´electronic skin´ that has applications ranging from robotics and prosthetic development to better biomedical devices. Leer más

Galileo Security Monitoring Centre back-up site moves to Spain
The new site will become operational in the coming months

Galileo Security Monitoring Centre back-up site moves to Spain

Today the Commission adopted a decision to transfer the back-up site of the Galileo Security Monitoring Centre from the United Kingdom to Spain. Leer más

AI programs built by Alibaba and Microsoft

Robot beats humans on a Stanford University reading comprehension test

Artificial intelligence programs built by Alibaba (BABA) and Microsoft (MSFT) have beaten humans on a Stanford University reading comprehension test. The test was devised by artificial intelligence experts at Stanford to measure computers´ growing reading abilities. Alibaba´s software was the first to beat the human score. Leer más

The enigmas of language 

Images of the brain refute a theory of the 60s on the domain of language

A region of the brain that extends through both hemispheres, the planum temporale, is larger in the left than in the right hemisphere. The finding was linked in the 1960s with the hosting of language processing in the left hemisphere, but today European researchers show that this asymmetry is not a marker of language lateralization Leer más

Commission proposes to invest EUR 1 billion

Europe plans to invest in building a a world-class European supercomputers infrastructure

European scientists and industry increasingly process their data outside the EU because their needs are not matched by the computation time or computer performance available in the EU. This lack of independence threatens privacy, data protection, commercial trade secrets, and ownership of data in particular for sensitive applications. A new legal and funding structure shall acquire, build and deploy across Europe a world-class High-Performance Computing (HPC) infrastructure Leer más

University of California San Diego

Worldwide importance of honey bees for natural habitats captured in new report

Global synthesis of data reveals honey bees as world´s key pollinator of non-crop plants. The report weaves together information from 80 plant-pollinator interaction networks. The results clearly identify the honey bee as the single most frequent visitor to flowers of naturally occurring plants worldwide.  Leer más

To target the country´s local talent

Google launches an artificial intelligence research center in China

lphabet Inc´s Google said on Wednesday it is opening an artificial intelligence (AI) research center in China to target the country´s local talent, even as the U.S. search firm´s products remain blocked in the country. Leer más
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