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Research & Development News

SciTech Europa brings you the latest Research & Development News from across the field of European Science & Technology Research, Development and Innovation.

The EU-Canada partnership on science and technology

The EU-Canada partnership on science and technology

The EU-Canada partnership on science and technology, called the Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation Committee (JSTCC), are co-operating on joint research and innovation...
Intento Design boosts the production of analog microelectronic components

Intento Design boosts the production of analog microelectronic components

Intento Design strongly believes in the rise of the cognitive computing era, beyond standard artificial intelligence, leveraging intelligent machines that empower humans in their...
Maxwell’s fish-eye lens can entangle pairs of atoms

Maxwell’s fish-eye lens can entangle pairs of atoms

Physicists have found that Maxwell’s fish-eye lens can entangle pairs of atoms, in the first-ever study of the lens from a quantum mechanical perspective. What...
MicroKin: deciphering the multifaceted pathways underlying MCPH pathogenesis

MicroKin: deciphering the multifaceted pathways underlying MCPH pathogenesis

Professor Pierre Gressens outlines how the microKin project is providing a larger framework to understand the patho-mechanisms affecting the cortical size Microcephaly, i.e. the reduction...
Physics scholarship for women, and ethnic minority and refugee students

Physics scholarship for women, and ethnic minority and refugee students

A physics scholarship for women, under-represented ethnic minorities, and refugee students has been announced after a leading UK female astronomer has donated her £2.3m (~€2.56m)...
Detection and imaging technologies in Europe will receive 17m funding from CERN's ATTRACT Project

Detection and imaging technologies in Europe will receive 17m funding from CERN’s ATTRACT Project

The ATTRACT project has offered funding for 170 European projects to develop innovative detection and imaging technologies by investing €17m. What are the benefits of...
Indefinite causal order: Quantum physics answers the ‘chicken or the egg’ question

Indefinite causal order: Quantum physics answers the ‘chicken or the egg’ question

Indefinite causal order: quantum physics answers the ‘chicken or the egg’ question Physicists at the University of Queensland, Australia, and the NÉEL Institute, France, have...
The European Commission launch free open access to scientific journals

The European Commission launch free open access to scientific journals

The European Commission, together with eleven top national research funders, has launched an initiative to provide free open access to scientific journals on the...
Scientists have found the first evidence of a short protein that existed when Earth began

Scientists have found the first evidence of a short protein that existed when Earth...

Scientists at Rutgers University, USA, have discovered the first ever evidence that a short protein, otherwise known as a primordial peptide, existed when life...
Nokia wins £500 million loan for 5G technology from EIB

Nokia wins £500m loan for 5G technology from EIB

Nokia is set to further its development of 5G technology after securing a £500m loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB). The EIB is backed by the European...

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