Every month the European Commission publishes research*eu, their round-up of the latest news from research projects funded by their various schemes.
The following highlights will be of interest to academics at BU:
October 2016 (Special feature: What we can learn from insects?)
November 2016 (Special feature: Shaping the future of offshore wind)
By taking a look at these items and the many others reported in research*eu, you may find potential partners or spark ideas for future research collaboration. In addition, CORDIS, the European Commission’s primary portal for results of EU-funded research projects, provides a wealth of information to assist you when building a new project.
If you are considering applying for EU funding, please contact Emily Cieciura, RKEO’s Research Facilitator: EU & International, to discuss your ideas!
In the May issue of research*eu, there is plenty of interest to researchers at Bournemouth University:
‘Fish or seafood: feeding humanity while maintaining nature’s balance’
- Dr Prof. Alfonso Perez-Rodriguez of the Institute of Marine Research in Norway on ‘A multispecies approach to fish management in the Flemish Cap’
- David Villegas Rios of the Institute of Marine Research in Norway on ‘How fisheries impact behavioural evolution in Atlantic cod’
- Ferenc Lévai of Aranyponty Zrt in Hungary on ‘Sustainable, faster and more productive aquaculture of catfish’
- Dr Tore Kristiansen of the Institute of Marine Research in Norway on ‘Novel methods to evaluate fish response to stress’
- Novel methods to evaluate fish response to stress
- STEM resources repository helps improve teaching across Europe
- Nature inspired ‘glue’ to fix broken bones
- Flexible, cost-effective and efficient LED lighting panels and solar cells
- Innovative model for understanding risk trading and global markets
- Immigrant populations in focus
- Newly published findings show species-diverse forests bring greater ecological benefits
- Major scientific breakthrough with the creation of the first biological supercomputer
- Enhanced crypography means more secure data
- Novel packaging products for a circular economy
- Extensive exploration of personalised nutrition as a way to better health
Why not check out this issue, and previous magazines, for projects related to your research interests and who, in your field, is leading the field with European Commission funding. You never know, you might find your next grant partner here.
The next issue will focus on the path to life beyond earth – ensure that you see our next update by signing up to your own BU Research blog alerts.
If you have completed or are close to completing EU-funded project, you could be appearing in a future issue of this magazine – check out how to do this on the back page of the current magazine or contact your Project Delivery Officer.
If you are looking for partners or would like to offer your expertise on a bid, add your profile to CORDIS and to Piirus.
For assistance with your EU and International funding, contact Emily Cieciura, RKEO Research Facilitator: EU & International or your Faculty’s Funding Development Officer.
This month’s results*eu includes a number of live research projects that are of interest to researchers at BU. Keeping up to date with EU research can inform your research and suggest potential collaborators for future bidding development.
The main theme for this issue is tackling diabetes in Europe, including:
- GoCarb – Food decrypting app for CHO calculation
- MIRT2DM – Novel therapeutic targets for diabetes
- Emulsar – functional food that tastes good
- DiaBSmart – foot-reading device for personalised footwear
Other research highlighted in this newsletter includes:
- ET4AN – Exposure therapy for Anorexia Nervosa
- VINDOBONA – 3D printing of bone replacements
- MYPLACE – Memory, Youth, Political Legacy and Civic Engagement
- PROGTAX – Effects of taxation in time of financial distress
- NANOMATCH – Nano-systems for the conservation of immoveable and moveable polymaterial Cultural Heritage in a changing environment
- WISETRIP – Enhancing the global travel experience
- YouBeep – self-shopping experience
- CARLoS – reobotic co-worker for Europe’s ship services sector
- WheyLayer – new packaging materials from cheese
- CRISMA – Modelling crisis management for improved action and preparedness
- HEMOLIA – cutting-edge technology in the fight against global financial crime.
If you are considering applying for EU funding, please contact Emily Cieciura, RKEO’s Research Facilitator: EU & International