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PSA develops electrified light vehicle

PSA develops electrified light vehicle

The PSA Group has developed an electrified light vehicle (L5e) as part of the EU-LIVE project and a new L5e-category electrified mobility solution. The ‘Efficient Urban...

Project to support resilient cities and their infrastructures

Horizon 2020 project RESIN develops standardised approaches to increase the resilience of Europe’s cities and urban areas to extreme weather and climate change. The...
AfriCultuRes project uses EO to support farmers

AfriCultuRes project uses EO to support farmers

AfriCultuRes (African Agricultural Systems with the Support of Remote Sensing) is the Horizon 2020 project that won a call on using Earth observation (EO)...
Lyon receives 2018 Access City Award

Lyon receives 2018 Access City Award

Lyon, France, has been awarded with the 2018 Access City Award for putting accessibility at the heart of its city life. On the European...
ERC grants €4m to UZH Researchers

ERC grants €4m to UZH Researchers

Two researchers from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, have been awarded €4m in Consolidator Grants by The European Research Council (ERC). Professor Daniel Moeckli,...
UK spin-outs raise over £1bn in 2017

UK spin-outs raise over £1bn in 2017

A new report on the funding of university spin-outs reveals that 2017 has been a record year for investment, with more than £1bn raised...
Gift from the Dolby family to transform Cambridge science

Gift from the Dolby family to transform Cambridge science

The University of Cambridge has received an £85m (~€97m) gift from the estate of Ray Dolby, founder of Dolby Laboratories, which have revolutionised the...
Hungary calls for smaller FP9 innovation gap

Hungary calls for smaller FP9 innovation gap

A bigger budget, fair salaries for researchers and more money for countries with weaker research systems are on Hungary’s Framework Programme 9 wish list....
Sentinel-5P brings air pollution into focus

Sentinel-5P brings air pollution into focus

It's been working less than a month but already the UK-Dutch-built Sentinel-5P satellite is returning new views of Earth's atmosphere. The satellite was designed to make...
EU Competitiveness Council fails to fully recognise the societal value of research

EU Competitiveness Council ‘fails’ to fully recognise the societal value of research

Science Europe supports some of the conclusions adopted today by the EU Competitiveness Council, but is disappointed by the lack of ambition in others....

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