CORDIS, the Community Research and Development Information Service, is an interactive information portal to support European research and innovation cooperation.
Restoring cultural heritage objects is difficult enough, at the same time having to maintain their authenticity, but it becomes even more of a brainteaser when adding environmental concerns to the mix. New materials developed ...
Novel online platform to substantially improve energy efficiency in both buildings and wider urban areas
The platform, designed for city planners, industry and energy stakeholders, assesses and maps buildings' energy behaviour, and can also remotely control public street lighting. The platform has already succeeded in cutting ...
The EU SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE project has devised innovative solutions and designs that will allow for the creation of a new generation of highly energy efficient school buildings.
The EU PLANTFOODSEC project has developed an extensive virtual toolbox to help protect both agriculture and plant life from biological weapons that could contaminate Europe's food supply chain.
The EU ITAKA project has provided a pioneering jet biofuel that will be used at Oslo's principal international airport, a first for commercial aviation.
Researchers from the EU Media in Context (MICO) project have published highly promising results. These will help independent news organisations in extending their publishing workflows with cross-media analysis and linked ...
EU researchers have developed an innovative and environmentally friendly new aluminium-based coating to provide protection for offshore energy installations.
European researchers have pioneered an ecologically friendly and sustainable antifouling paint solution that is based neither on biocide emission nor low adhesion.
EU researchers have created an innovative toolbox in order to ensure the safety and continued security of European electricity networks, and to help facilitate a greater shift towards renewable energy sources.
An EU project has undertaken extensive feeding trials to further inform the debate on the safety of mandatory GM animal feeding studies in advance of an expected 2016 EU re-evaluation.