By tracing the interactions of three Indian disciplines over time, researchers are learning how they have evolved into components of today’s healthcare and personal development industries.
Instead of drilling a hole through the cranium to relieve pressure, a new device measures intracranial pressure by taking videos of the interior of the eye.
To help increase the nearly zero-energy building retrofitting competence of building professionals, the Fit-to-nZEB project developed a range of educational programmes, training facilities and train-the-trainer opportunities.
To ensure the International Rare Diseases Research Consortium (IRDiRC) has the support it needs to coordinate global research on rare diseases, the EU-funded SUPPORT-IRDiRC project established the IRDiRC Scientific Secretariat.
The ceramics industry is responsible for emitting a substantial amount of greenhouse gases. To help reduce the industry's sizeable carbon footprint, a team of EU-funded researchers and developers used technology, simulations, and testing to create a more efficient kiln. The result: a state-of-the-art kiln defined by optimised energy consumption, reduced emissions, and lower operating costs.
To advance the production of biological drugs, a team of researchers has developed an innovative process for harvesting and processing their source material.
New validated technology and solutions are paving the way towards fully integrated and highly efficient smart grid systems.