EU researchers are combining high-performance computational power with hardware and servers in order to build a more efficient, heterogeneous cloud.
Understanding how our brains sustain 'internal evolution' – and help us to adapt and learn complex skills such as language – could one day lead to smarter robots.
The EU ATBEST project has recently hosted its final international conference from 7 to 8 September 2016 in Linköping, Sweden, where it outlined its toolbox of innovative solutions to support and promote the future growth ...
In many ways paper is the perfect example of the circular economy; it is both an end product and the main raw material when recycled into the next generation of products. In order for the paper sector to remain profitable ...
Existing methods to capture CO2 suffer from a series of drawbacks directly affecting their output. Aiming to improve the situation, Dr. Sonia Zulfiqar has been investigating the CO2 absorption capacity of new materials based ...
EU researchers are studying how a changing climate affects hoverflies, which mimic bees and wasps, and the evolutionary consequences of these changes.
With the use of affordable, low-tech femtocells, the EU TUCAN3G project is bringing 3G connection to the otherwise unconnected regions of the world.
The EU GEOPLATE project uses magnetic sensing techniques to expand our understanding of the earth's tectonic past, while also offering tools to help locate future natural resources.
First results from the EU-funded DACCIWA project have revealed that air quality in the West Africa region has been seriously affected by the burning of charcoal, rubbish and agricultural waste.
With fresh insights into navigational behavioural, the EU ANT NAVIGATION project brings us a step closer to the next generation of neuroscience breakthroughs.