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Advancing asthma treatment

Advancing asthma treatment

SciTech Europa Quarterly explores the groundbreaking research and development underway in order to address the chronic condition, asthma. Asthma is a disease which affects the...
Stamplay is joining the EIT Digital Accelerator

Stamplay is joining the EIT Digital Accelerator

Italian scaleup Stamplay is joining the EIT Digital Accelerator with the aim of helping large corporations with their new technology by taking fast data-driven...
7th EuCheMS Chemistry Congress 2018

Seventh EuCheMS Chemistry Congress 2018

The seventh EuCheMS Chemistry Congress has been announced and will take place in Liverpool, UK, in August, featuring five days of scientific and technical...
Connecting science: The European Science Foundation (ESF) is committed driving progress in research and innovation

Connecting science

Dr Jean Claude Worms, chief executive of the European Science Foundation (ESF) spoke to SciTech Europa Quarterly about the changing R&D&I landscape in Europe...
First high-precision measurement of the W boson's mass at the LHC

First high-precision measurement of the W boson’s mass at the LHC

In a paper published in the European Physical Journal C, the ATLAS Collaboration reports the first high-precision measurement at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)...
A team of scientists heads to Antarctica this week to investigate a mysterious marine ecosystem

Newly exposed Antarctic marine ecosystem to be studied

A team of scientists, led by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), heads to Antarctica this week to investigate a mysterious marine ecosystem that has been...
The European Battery Alliance

Driving battery production in the European Union

The 2nd meeting between the commission and member states will take place to discuss the European Battery Alliance. On Monday 12 February, the European Commission...
The recently-discovered structures look like small fishnets tightly wrapped around neurons, and long-term memories are lost if they are removed.

Long-term memories protected by tiny ‘fishnets’ in the brain

Researchers from the University of Oslo, Norway, are the first in the world to discover that structures on the outside of neurons play an...
European Science Foundation archives available

European Science Foundation archives available

The European Science Foundation (EFS) and the Historical Archives of the European Union (HAEU) are pleased to announce that the archives of the ESF...
European photonics to create 1 million new jobs by 2030

European photonics to create 1 million new jobs by 2030

Instant diagnosis of major diseases, the eradication of all road accidents, and the creation of 1 million new jobs are just some of the...

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