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Madrid, 21 March 2019 – Today, the members of the NEURONET project announced the start of a new collaborative pan-European coordination and support initiative for the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) projects of the Neurodegenerative Disorders (ND) portfolio.
The Italian city has recently become a model smart city by implementing a broad plan ranging from urban development to mobility and new tourism management.
Time: Fri 2019-04-05 09.30 - 15.00 Location: Open Lab, Valhallavägen 79 Type of event: Lectures and seminars KTH, Hanken School of Economics and Copenhagen Business School invites you to a workshop on "Co-creating Gender Equality from Classroom to Organization: Innovations in Nordic Welfare Societies"
Time: Wed 2019-05-08 12.15 - 13.00 Location: South East Gallery, Main Library Type of event: Popular science lectures
Time: Fri 2019-04-05 09.30 - 15.00 Location: Open Lab, Valhallavägen 79 Type of event: Lectures and seminars KTH, Hanken School of Economics and Copenhagen Business School invites you to a workshop on "Co-creating Gender Equality from Classroom to Organization: Innovations in Nordic Welfare Societies"
Time: Wed 2019-05-15 08.45 - 17.00 Location: Uppsala Konsert & Kongress (UKK) Type of event: Conferences and events SciLifeLab (Science for Life Laboratory) recognizes the importance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Science Summit this year.
Researchers take a step closer to predicting volcanic eruption hazards. They developed a new technique that links the surface composition of ash particles to different volcanic activity.
Severe winters combined with heat waves and droughts during summer in Europe. Those were the consequences as the Atlantic Ocean heat transport nearly collapsed 12,000 years ago. The same situation might occur today, according to a new study published in Nature Communications.
Researchers at Stockholm University have developed a method to multiply the lifespan of nickel-metal hydride batteries. This means that the batteries can handle a great many more charging cycles without losing capacity. The new method also means that the batteries can easily be restored once they have begun to wear out, unlike other rechargeable batteries that must be melted down for recycling.
A new three-year long EU-funded project has recently started, it aims to gather input from the European hydropower community in order to agree upon common Research and Innovation priorities for the sector in Europe.

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