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Artificial lighting affects ecological communities

Artificial lighting affects ecological communities

The growth of electric lighting is affecting the nocturnal-life environment across more of the Earth’s surface. While there is growing awareness of the adverse...

H2020 projects boost renewables production

Two new projects aimed at demonstrating commercially innovative ways of harnessing solar and bioenergy will be built thanks to loans totalling €45m from the...
UK-France to develop gigapixel surveillance camera

UK-France to develop gigapixel surveillance camera

A UK-France collaboration has won €1.68m to speed their development of a gigapixel-resolution camera suitable for aerial surveillance applications. IMAO and Resolve Optics have been...
EU invests in 262 SMEs

EU invests in 262 SMEs

A total of 262 small and medium-sized (SMEs) companies have been selected for funding under the latest Horizon 2020 SME instrument. The total amount...
COST governance approves FP9 strategy

COST governance approves FP9 strategy

European Co-operation in Science and Technology (COST) has approved a strategy for a stronger position of research networks in Framework Programme 9 – the...
CERN hosts ESA for radiation experiments

CERN hosts ESA for radiation experiments

During a week-long visit to CERN, an ESA-led group subjected components and space equipment to the most intense beam of ultra-high energy heavy ions...
Renewal of mandate for ERC council members

Renewal of mandate for ERC council members

Today (19 December) the mandate of three members of the ERC Scientific Council since 2014, has been renewed. Members of the ERC are proposed...
Finland launches global genome data research project

Finland launches global genome data research project

FinnGen, a unique study that combines genome information with digital healthcare, has been launched by researchers in Helsinki, Finland. The FinnGen study plans to...
Arctic countries receive emissions incentives

Arctic countries receive emissions incentives

A new method for quantifying the benefits of countries working together to limit emissions of short-lived climate pollutants is published online this week in...
Sentinel satellite tracks California wildfire smoke

Sentinel satellite tracks California wildfire smoke

Europe’s new Sentinel-5P satellite has captured a dramatic image of the smoke billowing away from the California wildfires. This is a demonstration of 5P’s...

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