CORDIS, the Community Research and Development Information Service, is an interactive information portal to support European research and innovation cooperation.
The EU-funded CRE-AM project, which held its final conference in Brussels on 23 February 2016, has built a vital bridge between the European creative industries and the ICT sector to foster new technologies, tools and policy ...
Researchers from the EU-funded ABACUS project have created a model biological supercomputer that is both sustainable and highly energy efficient.
Our seas and oceans are home to a tremendous amount of archaeological sites and artefacts. These invaluable witnesses to history are often difficult to locate, and even then experts are still faced with the question of whether ...
The EU-funded EFFACE project has delivered a series of comprehensive recommendations on how the EU can better detect incidents of environmental crime and suitably punish those responsible.
The new method of pest control specifically uses special capsules called ATRACAP. They contain a strain of an entomopathogenic fungus that attacks specific pest insects and can reduce chemical pesticide use on European farms.
Quantum materials – materials designed at the sub-atomic level – can be finely-tuned to achieve extremely useful properties that are often not found in nature. These include superconductivity, the ability to conduct electricity ...
A new cost-effective method of fabricating high quality light-emitting fibres could benefit sectors ranging from sensors to wearable smart devices.
An EU project has developed new molecular markers that will enable wheat breeders to precisely select the most productive genetic stocks.
The preservation of traditional sports and games could soon be guaranteed by new, cost-effective motion sensing technologies.
EU researchers have successfully designed and validated an innovative redox thermochemical energy storage reactor/heat exchanger that promises to make a concrete contribution to the EU's energy and climate change ambitions.