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Global challenges redirect our eating habits towards diets that include more healthy foods, such as fish. EU consumers eat approximately 24.3 kg of farmed fish each year (in 2016). Global seafood consumption has more than doubled in the past 15 years, and aquaculture production is still growing 5-6% annually. The EU needs actions to provide sustainably produced fish more efficiently, and to boost the business around aquaculture.
The main objective of the cooperation of the Chinese and European partners in ECO-COMPASS is to develop and assess multifunctional and ecological improved composites from bio-sourced and recycled materials for application in aircraft secondary structures and interior.
The EU has heavily invested in projects to renature cities. After the European elections, a new executive will head the EU. What will happen to the NBS policy?
A paper by the Mitochondrial Carrier research group at the MRC MBU in Cambridge, UK, titled "The molecular mechanism of transport by the mitochondrial ADP/ATP carrier" has just been published by the journal Cell. The paper represents a major step forward in our understanding of how the mitochondrial ADP/ATP carrier works at the molecular level. The carrier plays the vitally important role of transporting ADP into mitochondria, and newly synthesized ATP out, replenishing the cell with energy.
European researchers have developed a full-scale application of an eco-friendly technology that treats sewage water with zero-energy costs.
Fake news, post-truth politics and trolls are fostering populism and social conflicts. Game theory can fight back.
With the onset of winter, Europe's ski season is in full swing. To help you perfect your turns and hold your line down the slope, ski and snowboards are surprisingly complex pieces of equipment, but they are also increasingly bio-based.
Five municipalities test cybersecurity tools to help improve public sector services and keep citizens’ data secure. COMPACT’s trials run from December 2018 until July 2019. COMPACT reaches milestone 4 – First Integrated Platform and Trials setup.
New Horizon 2020 project Path2Integrity develops dialogical training units to support a culture of research integrity through international collaboration on three continents.
Wageningen University and Research attended the ERIAFF network - The European Region for Innovation in Agriculture, Food and Forestry workshop that took place on November 14th, 2018 in Brussels.