The thirteenth edition of The Project Repository Journal is now live and freely available to read here.
This latest edition of the PRj contains a wealth of truly groundbreaking research from EU-funded projects who are committed to the advancement of science and the future and wellbeing of society and our planet.
We hope you enjoy all the dissemination articles from the innovative projects we have worked with in this issue and please get in touch with the EDMA team if you require further information about any of our contributors.
“Disseminate – Communicate – Educate”
New study reveals these tiny insects possess attention, working memory and awareness capabilities.
New study deepens understanding of how phage therapy is best combined with antibiotics to treat bacterial infections.
European Commission appoints new members of the governing body.
Grantees asked to provide temporary employment to refugee researchers and support staff, such as technician and lab managers, from Ukraine.
Scientists used simplified miniature models of the human brain to understand how mutations in a high-risk autism gene affect brain development.
How employable are doctorate holders? How valuable is their degree? An EU-funded survey has the answers.
Astronomers detect unexplained radio signal unlike anything seen before.
New data set shows current distributions of 67 European tree species and predicts their future distribution under two emissions scenarios.
What happens to make droughts and heatwaves occur together, and how does precipitation affect this? A recent study explains.
CORDIS release Synergy Info Pack showcasing the projects restoring our oceans and waters.
Valuable insight to policymakers as new report maps development of renewable technology innovation.
Paving the way to environmentally friendly and biocompatible electromechanical materials.