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The public consultation on the Common Strategic Framework for EU research and innovation funding (launched on 9 February 2011) closed on 20 May 2011. The response to the consultation has been nothing less than overwhelming, with an unprecedented 775 position papers received
Researchers from Belgium, Germany, Italy, Austria and Slovakia are coming together to launch a brand-new EU-funded project that aims to make more compact and more powerful energy converters for use in information and communication technology (ICT) and solar inverter technology.
The Research Fortnight conference this year was held at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, and focused on 'Globalisation: the future of research institutions.' It dealt with the question: as the world convulses with economic shocks, is now the right time to be reaching out in partnership?
Are works of art from the Palaeolithic period reflections of the natural environment? An international team of scientists has used ancient deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) to unlock the mystery of how horses depicted in prehistoric cave paintings are lifelike in nature.