Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Research & Development News

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

A new wave of robots: updating traditional robotics

A new wave of robots: updating traditional robotics

Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, the Research Director at IDTechEx explains how a new wave of intelligent robots will update traditional robotics and transform the industry. When we...

Digital entrepreneurship: the EIT Digital Master School

SciTech Europa spoke to EIT Digital’s CEO Willem Jonker on the day of their Digital Master School Kick-Off to discuss their ambitions for the...
Europe’s Digital Single Market: DG Connect

Europe’s Digital Single Market: DG Connect

DG CONNECT’s Gerard de Graaf speaks to SciTech Europa about the progress being made towards the Digital Single Market and the importance of other...

From AI to Disinformation: The Commission Work Programme investments

The 2019 European Commission Work Programme has been announced, setting out its priorities for the year ahead and outlining new initiatives on topics such...
The Fool's Tower: the pathologic and anatomical museum

The Fool’s Tower: the pathologic and anatomical museum

SciTech Europa meets some of those involved in managing and expanding the pathologic and anatomical museum housed in Vienna’s Narrenturm (the Fool’s Tower) and...
Antibiotic resistance: how can bacteria cause sepsis?

Understanding Antibiotic resistance: fighting the cause of sepsis

Antibiotic resistance, otherwise known as AMR, makes it possible for bacterial infections such as E-coli to cause fatal sepsis. Researchers have used neutrons to...
Europe's digital future: deep tech innovations and policy

Europe’s digital future: deep tech innovations and policy

SciTech Europa met with EIT Digital’s CEO Willem Jonker at their annual conference to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities for the digital...
"A hard Brexit could cripple UK science": The Francis Crick Institute

“A hard Brexit could cripple UK science”: The Francis Crick Institute

A report from the Francis Crick Institute has shown that Nobel scientists believe a hard Brexit could "cripple UK science". The UK government has commented on its...
Radar for diagnosis, rehabilitation, and assisted living

Radar for diagnosis, rehabilitation, and assisted living

Professor Abdelhak M. Zoubir and Ann-Kathrin Seifert, M.Sc. discuss their work applying radar sensing technologies to monitor human gait in order to detect changes...
What are the challenges and solutions in theoretical chemistry?

What are the challenges and solutions in theoretical chemistry?

Professor Peter Gill – president of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists (WATOC) – discusses some of the challenges in the field...

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