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The European Institute of Innovation and Technology's  (EIT) Governing Board today appointed José Manuel Leceta as the institute's Director . Mr Leceta will lead the EIT's headquarters during the next four years. Mr José Manuel Leceta, formerly International Director at CDTI, the Spanish Innovation Agency worked on the fostering  of Spanish participation in European and international R&D programmes and the representon of Spain in R&D related forums.
The European Parliament's Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) invited the EIT Headquarters and the three KIC CEOs to discuss state of play and simplification of rules for seed financing of the KICs.
Event date: 2014-01-30 The 'Society of Applied Neurosciences Meeting' (SAN 2014) will be held from 30 January to 2 February 2014 in Utrecht, the Netherlands. This meeting presents participants with a comprehensive and varied programme reflecting advances in the area of applied neurosciences.
Event date: 2014-01-30 The Second International Conference on Nutrition and Growth will be held from 30 January to 1 February 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. Obesity levels in Europe have drastically increased over the past decade particularly among children. To stem this, a better understanding of a well-balanced diet is required. This conference focuses on the relationship between nutrition and growth in children. Areas of discussion include the role of diet in promoting healthy bones, obesity in children and infant nutrition.
Event date: 2014-01-28 'The European Shale Gas Summit' will be held from 28 to 29 January 2014 in Bruges, Belgium. This summit revolves around the political, economic and technical viability of commercialising Europe's shale gas reserves. The event aims to stimulate discussion among participants en route towards an EU wide regulatory policy on shale gas.
Older men who have low levels of vitamin B12 have a higher risk of having fractures. These are the findings of researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy as a part of an international study of a total of 1000 older men.
The majority of all violent crime in Sweden is committed by a small number of people. They are almost all male (92%) who early in life develops violent criminality, substance abuse problems, often diagnosed with personality disorders and commit large number non-violent crimes. These are the findings of researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy who have examined 2.5 million people in Swedish criminal and population registers.
2011-09-1967 Students from Šiauliai University will be Studying Abroad
The Kupittaa Campus will gather the operations currently scattered around Turku to one place. Both TUAS staff and students participate actively in the planning of the new campus.
More than 4,000 higher education students begin their studies in Turku each year. Ready, Study, ...