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Time: Wed 2018-08-29 12.00 - 13.30 Location: Ångdomen, KTHB, KTH Campus Type of event: Conferences and events
Time: Wed 2018-08-29 12.00 - 13.30 Location: Ångdomen, KTHB, KTH Campus Type of event: Conferences and events
A team of researchers have shown that micro-size granular particles in plant cells behave like liquids when they respond to gravity. Their findings could pave the way for new engineering design and technological applications that mimic biological systems.
Imitating nature’s engineering secrets at the nanoscale could lead to a host of useful applications
Have you got your tickets yet? Festival season is coming up again, and each year there are more festivals to choose from. Festivals are fun, peaceful and bring people together. Building on that friendly spirit, some festivals are now also striving to be more sustainable, and bio-based products are finding their way onto the event locations.
The Data Science Journal special collection aims to collect and give visibility to research results and outcomes stemming from RDA activities. In particular, it solicits high-quality papers describing the latest results of RDA working groups (WGs) or interest groups (IGs) that have recently produced an output, including recommendations and associated use cases that could highlight the added value of RDA work in the data-related fields.
The document provides a detailed description of the green urban interventions implemented by the project
A seminar for businesses in Northern Ireland on clean energy was held in the city of Derry
A new study casts doubt on climate model predictions by revealing that climate change will be much worse, much sooner than most people think.
The IRSUS project was launched in December 2017, and in the first half of 2018 – through social media and email campaigns – it has reached Innovation Radar innovations and innovators, who expressed their interest in the personalised services and 'knowledge pills' offered by the consortium.

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