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Revolutionary System Monitors Water Pollution
WaterRevolutionary System Monitors Water Pollution

Scientists are developing a real-time monitoring system for offshore aquaculture, so fish and shellfish farmers can be warned in time and prevent epidemic.

Early warning system for fish farmers
WaterEarly warning system for fish farmers

A novel autonomous biosensor may help scientists to detect environmental hazards in the sea at an early stage. But applying such approach to the marine environment is a huge challenge.

Reducing pesticides and boosting harvests
AgricultureReducing pesticides and boosting harvests

Scientists in Italy are experimenting with sound vibrations to replace pesticides. Adapting different eco-friendly methods they are able to boost harvests and open up a new chapter in sustainable farming.  

Energy
Christel Jimenez - MeeFS aims for a retrofitting solution as universal as possibleChristel Jimenez - MeeFS aims for a retrofitting solution as universal as possible To retrofit residential buildings in Europe, there is a growing need for modular solutions that can ...
, 15 Oct 2014
Health
Mary Reilly – fast-tracking rare disease drug candidates’ approvalMary Reilly – fast-tracking rare disease drug candidates’ approval Giving drug candidates a special orphan status gives pharmaceutical companies incentives to bring ...
, 02 Sep 2014
Energy
Noemí Jiménez and Carolina Grau – solving the energy challenge in public buildingsNoemí Jiménez and Carolina Grau – solving the energy challenge in public buildings A new project explores a new path to reduce energy consumption by combining latest sustainable building ...
, 28 Aug 2014
Bioeconomy
Einar Eg Nielsen – Genetically tracking farmed fish escaping into the wildEinar Eg Nielsen – Genetically tracking farmed fish escaping into the wild Newly developed genetic tools may help distinguish wild fish from those escaped from farms, providing a boost for sustainable and environmentally friendly aquaculture.
, 19 Aug 2014
Energy
Ali Vasallo - Towards near-zero energy consumption at district levelAli Vasallo - Towards near-zero energy consumption at district level Citizens living in near-zero energy districts will make significant savings and benefit from an ...
, 31 Jul 2014
Mobility
Airbags for ships save lives, environment and cargoAirbags for ships save lives, environment and cargo Innovative rapidly inflating balloon technology could keep damaged ships afloat.

, 23 Jun 2014
Health
Picking the right virus candidate for gene therapyPicking the right virus candidate for gene therapy A promising new approach to gene therapy for neurodegenerative diseases makes use of an unexpected virus as the agent of delivery.

, 20 Jun 2014
Health
Healing bone defects using regenerative medicineHealing bone defects using regenerative medicine Regenerating bones based on a mixture of tissue engineering approaches is coming of age.

, 17 Jun 2014
Environment
Greater granularity on anthropogenic emissionGreater granularity on anthropogenic emission Improved estimates of anthropogenic emissions contribute to better overall air quality forecasts, thus allowing people to manage health conditions associated with air cleanliness.

, 13 Jun 2014
Health
Physical work, not the main cause of intervertebral disc degenerationPhysical work, not the main cause of intervertebral disc degeneration Intervertebral disc degeneration can result in back pain.

, 03 Jun 2014
Bioeconomy
Revolutionary System Monitors Water Pollution
Revolutionary System Monitors Water Pollution
Scientists are developing a real-time monitoring system for offshore aquaculture, so fish and shellfish farmers can be warned in time and prevent epidemic.
, 07 Oct 2014
Bioeconomy
Reducing pesticides and boosting harvests
Reducing pesticides and boosting harvests
Scientists in Italy are experimenting with sound vibrations to replace pesticides.
, 16 Sep 2014
Bioeconomy
Microbes clean up the oceans
Microbes clean up the oceans
Oil spills and plastic waste are polluting our oceans – destroying marine life and contaminating beaches.
Health
Science against caries
Science against caries

Antibodies against caries-producing bacteria could be the ultimate drug to prevent tooth decay, says Charles Kelly

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Health communication 2.0
Health communication 2.0

With the Internet, patients find more information than anyone can possibly read. We need to select what is significant,
says Natasha Martineau

Health
Fighting food addiction
Fighting food addiction

Over-eating should be treated as a brain disorders, and we desperately need new drugs for it, says Suzanne Dickson

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