In 2016 the European Patent Office (EPO) and the Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO) signed a cooperation agreement to exchange information and best practices in the area of plant-related patents and plant variety rights. The cooperation between the two Offices has been extremely well received among European institutions, EU Member States, stakeholders and the public…
Cross-border research and development (R&D) deals, International co-publications, global budgets, industry/university/public partnerships – all have soared in the past decade. Source: EUREKA News "International R&D: Horizon Europe to the world" conference
Most vaccines need to be kept cool during transport and storage, but this can be hard to accomplish. EU-funded researchers keen to tackle this healthcare challenge have developed heat-tolerant and even needle-free formulations of an HIV-1 vaccine candidate. They expect their processes to work for many other vaccines as well. Source: Research Information Centre Making…
Breakfast panel discussion: "Unlocking the potential of global research and innovation collaboration"
Addressing some of the most important issues as regards the global cooperation in RDI, EUREKA, the Mission of Canada to the EU and the Source: EUREKA News Breakfast panel discussion: "Unlocking the potential of global research and innovation collaboration"
This annual event, organised by the European Commission will review progress on the Commission’s strategic approach to industrial policy and present actions to further develop industrial competitiveness in Europe. Source: EUREKA News European Industry Day 2019
The Eurostars project D-BOX has demonstrated the feasibility of integrating automatic speech recognition and text-to-speech technology into gaming applications. Source: EUREKA News Speech recognition brings gaming to next level
A team of EU-funded researchers from seven countries is working to discover hidden links between Alzheimer’s disease and stroke in order to improve the prevention and treatment of these intertwined conditions. Source: Research Information Centre 'Organ-on-a-chip' looks for links between stroke and dementia
EU-funded researchers are developing tools to analyse and predict the potential toxicity of nanomaterials, addressing scientific, environmental and public health concerns about exposure to these novel tiny particles found in cosmetics and other products. Source: Research Information Centre Smarter toxicity testing for novel nanomaterials