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Time: Tue 2018-12-18 Location: City Hall Type of event: Academic ceremonies
Time: Mon 2018-12-17 15.00 Location: Comillas Pontificial University, Madrid, Spanien Type of event: Dissertations
Time: Mon 2018-12-17 10.00 Location: Place: Room FA32, Albanova (Roslagstullsbacken 21, floor 3) Type of event: Docentpresentationer
The EFFORT Project standing for Ecology from Farm to Fork Of microbial drug Resistance and Transmission has issued the 8th edition of its newsletter. In this issue, the Consortium has announced its Project International Conference scheduled from 26 to 28 November 2018! Please Save the Dates.!
The EFFORT Project (Ecology from Farm to Fork Of microbial drug Resistance and Transmission) is now performing the first data analysis. This issue features the work of two EFFORT partners: Intomics, from Denmark, working on the metagenomics pipeline and the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency, explaining their contribution to the project.
Across Europe citizens are being put centre stage in efforts to move towards a more sustainable and liveable built environment. How are EU-funded projects embracing this citizen engagement as they innovate?
Scientists have shown that prolonged intake of chemical compounds found in marijuana has a negative impact on brain function and memory.
CYBERWISER.eu will help reduce cyber risks and their negative impacts, while building cyber capacity and boosting career opportunities in a digital economy where the demand for highly qualified professionals in risk assessment and cyberattack response is continuously growing in the light of the existing cyber threat landscape.
An international research team that includes researchers from Stockholm University and Uppsala University have identified a likely source for the high energy cosmic rays reaching Earth. The discovery was made with the aid of the IceCube Neutrino Telescope at the South Pole in addition to observations made by about twenty different telescopes around the world.
The project MinWaterCSP addresses the challenge of significantly reducing the water consumption of CSP plants while maintaining the overall cycle efficiency. Its objective is to reduce evaporation losses and mirror cleaning water consumption for small- and large-scale CSP plants through a holistic combination of next-generation technologies. After three years of intense work, the international consortium presented its final results at its 2nd International Conference in Stellenbosch, ZA.