If the EU is to achieve its climate goals, it must improve the energy efficiency of its buildings. But doing so requires that building professionals acquire new skills in sustainable renovation. To help, one EU-funded project has set up a training and certification program in energy-efficient construction for heating, ventilation and air conditioning professionals.
A new leadless implantable cardioverter defibrillator that can be remotely recharged aims to set a new standard of care for treating sudden cardiac arrest.
With the support of EU funding, one Italian company is developing a sustainable, water-based ink for the growing digital porcelain tile market.
One Italian design company is using a natural, mushroom-based material to create a sustainable alternative to plastic-based floor tiles.
With no serious side-effects, a new drug for treating pulmonary arterial hypertension could represent a game changer for treating this debilitating and often fatal disease.
More than a surgical tool, 3D models may help patients understand treatment options.
New research uncovers the essential role that prehistoric mothers played in driving population growth during the Neolithic period.
New research suggests that Ustilaginaceae fungi could play an essential role in positioning biodiesel as a sustainable – and competitive – alternative to fossil fuels.
For recruiters, the process of trying to verify an applicant’s credentials can be both time-consuming and frustrating. To help streamline and simplify the process, one EU-funded project is using blockchain, semantics, data analytics, and gamification technologies. The result could disrupt the way we evaluate accredited educational titles and other qualifications.
Automation offers pros and cons. To help governments optimise both, the EU-funded TECHNEQUALITY project is providing empirical evidence on how automation will impact European society – and what needs to be done today to fully prepare for an automated future.