Introducing the seventeenth edition of the Project Repository Journal which is live and freely available to read here.
Welcome to both our loyal readers and new visitors alike.
As always, we feature an incredibly diverse range of projects that highlight ingenuity and collaboration within the scientific community.
Every project in this edition strives to create a better future for us all. We often need to examine the past to move forward and improve, as eloquently stated in the article ‘Experience the precision of time: radiocarbon 3.0’ (RESOLUTION, page 52).
In addition to our contributors thought-provoking articles, we remain committed to staying informed about the latest developments in science. From healthcare breakthroughs to renewable energy solutions and biodiversity research, we strive to bring you relevant and captivating discoveries. If you would like to tell the story of your project, please get in touch.
We extend our gratitude to the researchers and contributors who continue to make the PRj possible. To our readers, I hope that you enjoy this edition. And to you all, we’re proud to be a part of your continued commitment to dissemination and collaboration.
Please get in touch with the EDMA team if you require further information about any of our contributors or would like more information on how you can take part.
“Disseminate – Communicate – Educate”
An EU-backed initiative is looking to capitalise on AI’s great promise for complex applications in Europe that will run on next-gen, high-performance computers.
The updated Projects Info Pack from CORDIS showcases more ground-breaking research supported by the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU) that is helping deliver breakthroughs in climate modelling, personalised medicine and energy-saving strategies.
Drone demonstrations in Italy showcase biomedical material transport and hospital security, towards a future of advanced urban air mobility.
At the end of May, CINEA took part in the European Maritime Day 2023 in Brest, France to discuss funding opportunities and giving the possibility to some remarkable EU-funded projects to present their contribution for a sustainable blue economy.
The LAMPAS project ended in 2022 by delivering a first-of-its-kind, high-speed polygon system that produces laser-textured surfaces at high throughput. We look back on the technological breakthroughs enabling European industry to manufacture a wide range of functional surfaces.
From water-repellent to water-loving with ultraviolet (UV) light, surfaces are being developed that protect panels and glass facades from expensive and time-consuming cleanings.
A pioneering multispectral analysis tool will revolutionise palaeontology, detecting single fossils from the air and accelerating lab and museum specimen research.
New research reveals prehistoric stone tools dug up in Kenya predate the earliest humans.
Horizon Europe: €420.1 million of funding available for research and innovation projects under Cluster 5
The European Commission has launched new calls for projects under Horizon Europe’s Work programme for 2023-2024 Cluster 5 – which groups together topics on Climate Action, Energy and Mobility.
The deadline to submit your project ideas is the 16 November 2023!
Following the EMFAF call for proposals on Women in the Blue Economy, CINEA has awarded EU grants to two projects with the objective of bridging the gender gap in the blue economy.
The 2024 ERC Work Programme is expected to be formally adopted in July 2023, and some of the planned changes that the ERC Scientific Council has proposed to introduce were made public last December (evaluation forms and processes) and in March this year (new panels and lump sum funding).
A novel idea proposed by European researchers would guide immunotherapy cells to where they are needed most.
Monitoring glucose levels requires diabetics to prick their fingers—but this could soon change, thanks to a new technique using tears instead of blood.
Integrating IT within clinical trial processes, PharmaLedger shows how blockchain’s ability to keep information secure, traceable and reliable could revolutionise healthcare.