Deep Learning Reconstruction Can Lead to Better Image Quality and Increased Detection of Prostate Cancer
DLR offers higher signal-to-noise and contrast-to-noise ratios for prostate diffusion-weighted images.
According to a May 2022 BPIE Policy Briefing, renovating residential homes with proper insulation would result in a 44% reduction in the amount of natural gas used for heating. Furthermore, such renovations would ultimately save 45% of the final energy consumption currently used to heat Europe’s residential buildings.
Using high-performance computing, one EU-funded research project aims to improve the efficiency of wind farms and, in doing so, increase the use of wind energy.
The results of a phase II study could lead to the first treatment for Stargardt disease, an eye condition that can cause blindness.
Despite a long history of scientific achievements, women remain acutely under-represented in scientific research and academia. By promoting the use of Gender Equality Plans, the EU-funded SUPERA project aimed to address the inequalities, stereotypes and discrimination that contribute to this shortfall. As a result, several institutions have already started to close their gender gap.
Although cooler than 2020, 2021 was still one of the warmest on record for our planet according to the latest edition of the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S*) European State of the Climate (ESOTC).
New research highlights the connection between high cholesterol and tendon health, healing and function.
Europe’s built environment – its homes, offices, schools, hospitals, libraries, and other buildings – is the single largest consumer of energy. It is also one of the largest emitters of carbon dioxide. In fact, collectively, this building stock is responsible for 40% of the EU’s total energy consumption and 36% of all greenhouse gas emissions.
A new Memorandum of Understanding aims to better leverage Galileo and Copernicus to further the goals of the Common Fisheries Policy and the EU’s Green Deal.
The capacity of lightweight materials to reduce the transportation sector’s carbon footprint could be erased if their production isn’t efficient too. That’s why the EU-funded RECOTRANS project has developed a state-of-the-art process to manufacture composite components for cars, trains and trucks. Innovations such as these will help the EU reach its climate goals, securing a healthy environment for all citizens.