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If you have a new, ongoing or already finished project or simply want to highlight your current research then please get in touch with a member of the EDMA’s support team who will be more than happy to add you to the research news page without cost. A simple image with up to 1000 words about your project or research is all that is required to grant you instant visibility to our regular readers. For information about a more detailed profile in The Repository please simply ask upon submission of your news story.

Tangaroa ship campaign: Chatam rise, March 15th-April 6th 2020

Photo: Dave Allen R/V Tangaroa Tangaroa ship campaign: Chatam rise March 15th-April 6th 2020 The emissions studies that have taken place in the past using this set-up can suffer from bias due to the presence of local contaminants (both in the atmosphere and sea) and may not be generalized to the global oceans. Here, we…

TONGA ship campaign November 2019

TONGA ship campaign November 2019 Emission studies on board the R/V Atalante, Tonga islands Emission studies will be performed in order to characterize nascent sea spray properties and new particle formation events during the Tonga project (https://twitter.com/tongaproject). The specific goals related to Sea2Cloud are: to document the sea spray properties emitted from a subtropical area…

SELIS Project

SELIS R&D Project Paves the Way for European Logistics Collaboration SELIS (the Shared European Logistics Intelligent Information Space) is a €17 million flagship European Commission-funded research project and part of the EC’s €77 billion Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The SELIS project will be brought to a successful close this month after three years…

Peer counselling at eye level

Because they know how it is: Peer counselling at the eye level in the Palatinate region The Federal Participation Act of 23rd December 2016 changed on 1st January 2017 con-cerning the performance right of the social code IX and described with its changes, a fundamental paradigm shift in the right to rehabilitation and participation of…

Labs Explorer and Science Explainers now working in association with The EDMA

Labs Explorer and Science Explainers now working in association with The EDMA The EDMA are delighted and extremely excited to announce that we are now working in association with both Labs Explorer (@LabsExplorer) and their service Science Explainers (@SciExplainers). In addition to being able to bring many more benefits to our clients across multiple cutting-edge…

DLEDA Project First Workshop

On October 15, 2018 the first workshop for the “Do Legislatures enhance democracy in Africa?” project took place in Lome, Togo. Eminent researchers from Benin, Botswana, Cameroon, Gabon, Germany, Tanzania, Togo and Zimbabwe, met in the Togolese capital to mark the ground for the research project “Do legislatures enhance democracy in Africa?”. This project led…

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The promotion of resilience as a communication challenge

People succeeding in acting adaptively and proactively even in crisis situations, under extreme stress or unfavorable conditions have considerably higher chances to sustainably stay healthy. To successfully handle every-day stressors, chronic stress such as diseases but also critical and traumatizing events in life and to be able to adapt to changing environmental conditions despite a…

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Ward Equivalent Treatment – Pfalzklinikum

Mental health in Germany: A focus on ward-equivalent treatment Laura Kirschbacher, Corporate Communications Manager at Pfalzklinikum AdöR talks about ward-equivalent treatment (WeT), a special kind of hometreatment, where a multi-professional team visits the patients at home. She accompanied WeT social worker Linda Seez to find out more Ward-equivalent treatment (WeT) is a complex psychiatric psychotherapeutic…

NANOCHEMBIOVISION Project

The NanoChemBioVision project is being co-ordinated at The University of Southampton with an ERC grant lasting until 2020. It has been developing a generic and simple optic ultra-high resolution technology based on a super-oscillatory modulation of light coupled with wavelength mixing to provide optical information at <100 nm levels. This will be used for new…

AORAC-SA Project

Funded through Horizon 2020, co-ordinated by the Marine Institute in Galway Ireland and now in its 4th year, the AORAC-SA project (Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance Coordination and Support Action) was set up in order to provide scientific, logistical and technical support to the European Commission in developing and implementing trans-Atlantic marine research cooperation between the…

MYCOSYNVAC Project

The MycoSynVac project is a 5 year research programme funded through Horizon 2020 and co-ordinated at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Spain. Now entering its 4th year it has been looking at Mycoplasmas and the infections caused by them in the livestock industry. Their inherent resistance to common antibiotics, due to the lack…

META STRESS Project

With just under 2 years left of a 5 year project, META-STRESS, which is co-ordinated at the University of Helsinki, has been studying the large metapopulation of the Glanville fritillary Butterfly in order to test how organisms cope with environmental stress and the eco-evolutionary consequences. The potential results of the project could prove ground-breaking in…

HEARTOFSTROKE Project

The HEARTOFSTROKE project, funded under H2020 and co-ordinated at UMC Utrecht, has an aim to understand the cause of stroke in every single patient. Looking at the “3Ps” (Pipes, Perfusion, Parenchyma). New research fields have been created based on innovative non-invasive arterial spin labelling perfusion MRI, perfusion reserve, perfusion territory and vessel wall MRI methods.…

FEED-A-GENE Project

The H2020 project Feed-a-Gene has been researching and developing new alternative feed resources and feed technologies for the past 3 years to better adapt different components of monogastric livestock production systems. Co-ordinated at INRA and with funding lasting until 2020 it will develop, amongst other things, biological models of livestock functioning to better understand and…

RETHRIM Project

Now just past the half way point of the research the RETHRIM project, funded through H2020, has been further developing an academic infrastructure for the harmonized production of MSC (Mesenchymal stromal cells). The aim of the project was to conduct the first Europe-wide placebo controlled randomised phase III trial using MSC regenerative therapy for the…