International experts fast-track guidelines to aid radiologists during pandemic
Researchers with the EU-funded ComAware project have developed a brain-computer interface system to help medical professionals accurately diagnosis disorders of consciousness.
Mention the American Great Plains and what comes to mind? Wide-open spaces, views that stretch for miles, and lines of electrical poles that seem to run straight into the horizon. But before these poles and wires go up, these lines must first be designed and staked – a process that requires fast, accurate and easy-to-use positioning in remote locations.
EU researchers shed light on how a policy-maker’s view of migration shapes the possibilities and limitations of migration regulations.
The NextGEOSS project has been accelerating the development of next-generation Earth Observation services that will allow for much more accurate environmental monitoring. Its innovations will help provide essential information to address important issues such as food security, air pollution and sustainable urban development.
Researchers at the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam are advancing the therapeutic potential of innate immune cells for preventing such cardiovascular events as heart attacks and strokes.
Working from home is becoming the new normal, so there’s a growing need for a mobile cybersecurity solution. One data privacy company has developed – and tested – exactly that.
By developing applications that connect citizen scientists with satellite-derived imagery, the LANDSENSE project is transforming environmental decision-making.
A team of EU researchers has developed a number of sustainable solutions that the process industry can use to reduce water consumption and waste.