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Uploaded On: 16/09/2021

Fusion powers the sun and all the stars of the universe. Harnessing fusion power on earth would provide sustainable energy on an almost limitless scale, to supply the needs of a growing world population. Fusion energy is safe, has no difficult waste issues and is climate friendly. The prize rewards outstanding researchers or industries who try to find new solutions, possibly with wider applications, to the huge challenges of fusion. The name SOFT stands for Symposium on Fusion ...

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Uploaded On: 16/09/2021

EUSPA is looking for future-proof solutions relying on Galileo, Copernicus EU, or Quantum technologies. The objective of the competition is to support the development of innovative commercial solutions - such as mobile apps or hardware-based solutions for example wearables, asset management and tracking solutions, robotics etc. - that are leveraging EU Space data from Galileo and/or Copernicus. From smart mobility and environment to agriculture and surveying, from quantum to consumer ...

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Uploaded On: 16/09/2021

The Partnership will provide and demonstrate zero-emission solutions for all main ship types and services before 2030, which will enable zero-emission waterborne transport before 2050. In addition, the Partnership will: Develop and demonstrate deployable technological solutions which will be applicable for the decarbonisation and the elimination of other harmfull emissions of main ship types and services; Facilitate the implementation of economically viable European new technologies and ...

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Uploaded On: 15/09/2021

The Research, Innovation and Development Trust (RIDT) at the University of Malta has sealed an agreement with internationally renowned producer of gluten free products, Dr. Schaer, based in Italy’s South Tyrol region, since 1981. The agreement will see the financing of a study to determine the frequency of coeliac disease in the adult Maltese population, using a point of care testing kit. Additionally, the study will also focus on faecal microbiota composition in newly-diagnosed ...

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Uploaded On: 13/09/2021

The Malta Council for Science and Technology will be supporting the project PROFIUS, which was selected for funding under the first additional Call of the Blue Bioeconomy ERA-NET.   The aim of PROFIUS is to address challenges in the supply chain related to lumpfish (roe and carcass) and tuna side-streams by developing preservation solutions for maintaining quality and improving utilization of the entire biomass. Improved preservation methods will be developed to enhance quality and shelf ...

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Uploaded On: 13/09/2021

HDMS, funded by the Fusion R&I Programme administered by MCST, is a project that developed an innovative way for Capacitor Start Capacitor Run single phase motors. The novelty in this product provides additional starting torque without using a start capacitor.   A Public Engagement Event was held on 9th September 2021 at the Chaplain’s Hall - EsploraPlanetarium Building.   Missed this event? Click here to view the event's recoded session.   Information and image source...

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Uploaded On: 10/09/2021

Reinforcing cooperation and dialogue across the Mediterranean 2020 marked a milestone celebration for Euro-Mediterranean cooperation and dialogue with the 25th anniversary of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, otherwise known as the Barcelona Process, launched on 28 November 1995. This dialogue framework was born out of a commitment to strengthen relations between Europe and the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries and later led to the creation of the UfM. But as we are taking ...

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Uploaded On: 10/09/2021

The Joint Programming Initiative Healthy and Productive Seas and Oceans (JPI Oceans) was established in 2011 as an intergovernmental platform, open to all EU Member States and Associated Countries. It strives to increase the impact of national investments in marine and maritime research and innovation, by joining forces in a long-term collaboration with international partners. Indeed, JPI Oceans covers all European sea basins with 20 member countries, including Malta.  By being part of this...

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Uploaded On: 10/09/2021

There are 17 Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations, ranging from climate action and sustainable cities to quality education and zero hunger. The EPO wants to acknowledge young innovators who use technology to develop solutions that will help reach these goals and positively impact our live for a better future. Who can make a proposal? Any member of the public may propose candidates or themselves for the Young Inventors prize. To make a proposal, please complete ...

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Uploaded On: 09/09/2021

FIT4REUSE is part of the PRIMA Programme supported by the European Union. Check out the 16 Pilot Sites which running under: WP2: Nature-based solutions for municipal wastewater treatment WP3: Intensive solutions for municipal wastewater treatment WP4: Water desalination WP5: Integration and modelling of treatment solutions WP6: Use of non-conventional water resources Locations of sites participating in this project: Italy, Tunisia, Greece, Israel and France. Visit the below link to read further...

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