Welcome readers to the eighteenth edition of The Project Repository Journal.
Science has always been a beacon of progress, illuminating the path towards a deeper understanding of the natural world and our place within it. In an era defined by rapid technological advancement and unprecedented global challenges, the importance of scientific inquiry has never been more profound.
In this issue, we present a diverse array of articles that span the spectrum of scientific disciplines. From breakthroughs in renewable energy and the quest for sustainable solutions to combat climate change to the latest revelations in cutting-edge biomedical research that promise to revolutionise healthcare, our contributors bring you the latest insights and discoveries shaping our world.
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”
A Flagship event to showcase EU funded research.
With its innovations featuring on the EU’s Innovation Radar, the SIMBA project has made impressive strides towards identifying land and aquatic microbiomes that can help to make European agriculture and aquaculture sustainable.
A novel software tool could enable more effective management of atrial fibrillation patients aged 65 and older with multiple co-existing conditions.
Researchers test three old materials and one new material as potential coatings for probes implanted in soft brain tissue.
We’re breathing in tiny plastic particles and they’re finding a home in our lungs.
Mankind’s marine legacy currently weighs in at a staggering 83 million tonnes of plastic waste. EU-funded project MAELSTROM is working on truly sustainable solutions. Remove, recycle, reuse, repeat!
The ERC funds 66 grantees to unlock commercial and societal potential of their research.
Introducing two new non-toxic bio-solvents for carbon capture processes.
A new policy paper highlights the ConsenCUS project’s key findings and policy recommendations on the deployment of carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies.
The EU-backed BlueBio project launches its strategic agenda presenting research and innovation needs in the blue bio-economy.
New guide provides answers to the challenges posed by research collaboration on a large scale.
EU-backed researchers take a look at the evolving landscape of integrated photonic convolutional neural networks and present two alternative approaches for beyond state-of-the-art performance.
400 bright minds awarded over €628 million.
An EU-backed study describes the collective bursts of motion happening in liquid water.
The ERC are backing 37 teams to tackle complex scientific questions
Commission and UK reach political agreement on UK participation in Horizon Europe and Copernicus.