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The LifeTime Initiative published its new Strategic Research Agenda that provides a ten-year strategy for the implementation of cell-based interceptive medicine in Europe.
Estonia joins 24 other European countries to build a quantum communication infrastructure spanning the EU and its overseas territories (EuroQCI).
In 2018, the Quantum Technologies Flagship set sail. This was the start of what is expected to be a ten-year voyage supporting several thousand EU researchers as they explore the potential of quantum technologies. The Flagship recently reached the halfway point of its three-year ramp-up phase, an opportunity to reflect on what has been achieved so far, and to set ambitious targets for the years ahead.
The Battery 2030+ large-scale research initiative entered a new phase on 1 September 2020 with the start of 7 research projects. The total budget of the projects is €40,5 million funded by the EU's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.
As the world continues to be remodelled by the digital revolution, we are seeing digital technologies embed themselves firmly into all aspects of our lives, including into the mainstream of neurosciences research to help unravel the complexity of brain disorders. A cross-cutting CORDIS Results Pack highlights innovative projects from across the full spectrum of EU-funded research programmes that are helping science make sense of arguably the most complex and mysterious machine in existence – the human brain.
The Human Brain Project (HBP) is the largest brain science project in Europe and stands among the biggest research projects ever funded by the European Union. Mr Paweł Świeboda takes up his position at the beginning of the HBP’s final phase as a ten-year EU Flagship project.
Following the successful web-based conference “European perspectives on batteries of the future” on 25-26 May 2020, Battery 2030+ made the recordings of the event available online.
The Spotlight Series of the Human Brain Project presents how the flagship’s researchers use their expertise and e-infrastructure to contribute in the global fight against the novel coronavirus.