Ultra-efficient ships built with innovative, lightweight materials using sustainable manufacturing processes are taking to the seas thanks to an EU-funded project that promises to boost the competitiveness of the European maritime industry – and benefit the environment.
Source: eu innovation – Research Headlines – Lighter, fuel-efficient ships for a sustainable future
Researchers from Germany and the United Kingdom have been recognised for cutting-edge innovations that could help make fusion power a commercial reality – a highly stress-resistant metal and robots with mini yet mighty laser heads.
Source: eu innovation – Research Headlines – Award-winning innovations to propel fusion power
Protecting large crowds is a key public safety priority. An EU-funded project has developed an evacuation platform to support responders in guiding crowds away from danger should an emergency arise, thereby saving lives.
Source: eu innovation – Research Headlines – Smart crowd evacuation in emergencies
European cities face increasing hazards and disaster risks from extreme weather, terrorist attacks and insecurity. An EU-funded research project has provided guidelines and tools for cities to learn and share experiences and become better, more resilient places to live.
Source: eu innovation – Research Headlines – Cities work together towards a more resilient future
Young researchers are gaining top-level training and exposure to the latest in image-based heart monitoring, assessment and disease diagnosis, thanks to an EU-funded collaboration between industry, clinics and researchers that could lead to better outcomes for cardiovascular patients.
Source: eu innovation – Research Headlines – Creating a culture of excellence in cardio assessment
An EU-funded project is looking to increase the capacity of robots to set themselves goals and develop skills autonomously. This could boost EU competitiveness in the field of artificial intelligence and advance understanding of learning processes.
Source: eu innovation – Research Headlines – Helping robots learn new skills quickly and independently
How to demonstrate why funding frontier research matters and how it improves our lives? An EU-funded project is taking up the challenge using multimedia campaigns to highlight research on cities, food, longevity, sensory experiences, music and artificial intelligence.
Source: eu innovation – Research Headlines – Making cutting-edge science accessible to the public
While legislative negotiations on Horizon Europe are under way in the European Parliament and the EU Council, the proposal presented by the European Commission entrusts the Strategic Planning process with the definition and implementation of the most significant novelties of the next Framework Programme (i.e. intervention areas, R&I Missions, new EU R&I Partnerships, EIC).
Could the prospected tools and ecosystems under Horizon Europe (EIC, Pathfinder and Accelerator, EIT) move strategically forward the positioning of emerging technologies into a systemic perspective?
How will innovation ecosystems contribute to such process?
By bringing together in a high-level round table the most relevant representatives of the European S&T community and decision makers, we aim to explore possible options on how to systematically streamline collaborative breakthrough deep-science, deep-mind, deep-tech into a systemic innovation ecosystem cutting across the next Framework Programme for R&I (Horizon Europe).
Source: eu innovation – Events – Deep-Science, Deep-Tech, Deep-Mind – 31 January 2019, Brussels, Belgium
Researchers are gaining unprecedented access to mosquitoes, ticks, sandflies and the diseases they carry, thanks to a groundbreaking EU-funded initiative that pools resources, technology and expertise to counter the world’s most devastating insect-borne pathogens.
Source: eu innovation – Research Headlines – Empowering research into devastating insect-borne diseases
An EU-funded project is developing infrastructure to support innovation and accelerate the development of new vaccines. This will enhance European competitiveness in this field and bring major societal benefits.
Source: eu innovation – Research Headlines – Infrastructure to accelerate vaccine development