Day: March 9, 2018

Women Innovators prize – Twelve outstanding finalists are in the running for the 2018 EU Prize for Women Innovators

Twelve successful women entrepreneurs who have brought their breakthrough ideas to the market have made it to the shortlist for the EU Prize for Women Innovators 2018, funded under Horizon 2020, the EU’s research and innovation programme. Powered by WPeMatico

Events – Brexit: Towards a Changing Relationship between European & UK Universities? – 22 March 2018, Brussels, Belgium

At this working seminar, UniLiON will present the findings of the survey and a high level panel of experts from the UK and the EU will offer their insights and suggestions on the changing relationship between European and British universities. The aim of the seminar is to have an open,

Events – Personalised Medicine and the Big Data Challenge – 28 March 2018, Brussels, Belgium

The Brussels-based European Alliance for Personalised Medicine (EAPM), sixth annual Presidency conference, which will take place under the auspices of the Bulgarian Presidency of the European Union March 28th 2018, entitled ‘Personalised Medicine and the Big Data Challenge’. This will take place in the Belgian capital, at the prestigious Bibliothèque

Tree farms grow greener

New tree plantations could boost wood production while caring for nature and the climate. Following 20 years of planting mainly poplar monocultures in rural Italy, land owners in Verona are now testing an innovative way of growing mixed tree farms to boost their sustainability and harness valuable ecosystem services. Powered

Restored lake helps bring Denmark’s largest bog back to life

Birds and visitors are flocking back to the largest raised bog in Denmark now that its once dry lake is refilling with water. The restored lake plays a vital role in this wetland habitat. Its shallow flooding is nursing Lille Vildmose back towards a healthier ecosystem. In December last year,