With momentum growing for a European Cancer Plan, there is a real opportunity to make a difference for cancer patients in Europe in the next term of the European institutions, writes Deepak Khanna.
What is it? The Young Leaders of Industry Forum aims to attract young people and talents to industrial careers and engage them in discussion on the future of EU industry
When? The Forum will take place from 5 to 6 February 2019 in Brussels, Belgium.
Are you a woman? Are you a scientist? Then you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to make your voice heard! Take the General Survey on Women Scientists.
The General Survey on Women Scientists aims to:
Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements - Models in multiple languages for H2020 consortia and individual use
Confidentiality is an extremely important issue for participants in R&D projects, from the setting-up (even during earliest discussions on the assessment of participation), to the implementation and exploitation phases.
Scientists have been puzzling over Oumuamua ever since the mysterious space object was observed tumbling past the sun in late 2017. Given its high speed and its unusual trajectory, the reddish, stadium-sized whatever-it-is had clearly come from outside our solar system.
People breathe more than 25,000 times a day, inhaling 10,000 litres of air into our lungs
A ceramic honeycomb air filter developed by a research team from Corning SAS, France, has won the EU Horizon Prize on Materials for Clean Air. The European Commission announced the winner of the €3 million award, funded under the EU’s research and innovation programme.
The UK Bank of England is looking for inspiration for the new 50pound banknote. They have opened a survey for anyone anywhere to make suggestions. You can nominate as many people as you like, and be anyone anywhere. But anyone who appears on the new £50 note must:
From studying toxic microplankton to currents and ocean temperatures, the Euro Hab and Euro-Argo projects are trying to understand the oceans.
From the top of the Pointe du Diable in Western France, the 610 employees of the French research institute for the use of the sea (Ifremer) in Plouzané examine the Atlantic Ocean.
The EPO/EPA provide access to the largest single source of technical information in the world: our databases containing millions of patent documents.
Some of the biggest names in science are pleading for a deal on Brexit to avoid damaging British and European research.
A letter to Theresa May and Jean-Claude-Juncker has been signed by 29 Nobel Laureates and six winners of the prestigious Fields medal.
Science needs "the flow of people and ideas across borders", it says.