Science

Scientists uncover clues to prevent disease pandemics
EU-funded researchers have examined new ways of rapidly detecting infectious pathogens - such as rabies and influenza - in order to prevent pandemics.
EU researchers discover that magna build-up may put Salvadoran capital at risk
Researchers from the EU-funded VUELCO project have found that the build-up of magma 6 kilometres below El Salvador’s Ilopango caldera means that the country’s capital, San Salvador, may be at risk from future volcanic eruptions.
EU research finds existing navigational data can help pilots avoid turbulence and improve air travel safety
Research aided by the DELICAT project has highlighted how turbulence can be detected in a much faster and more efficient way, using data already routinely broadcast by commercial airlines.
EU research finds existing navigational data can help pilots avoid turbulence and improve air travel safety
Research aided by the DELICAT project has highlighted how turbulence can be detected in a much faster and more efficient way, using data already routinely broadcast by commercial airlines.
Scientists uncover clues to prevent disease pandemics
EU-funded researchers have examined new ways of rapidly detecting infectious pathogens - such as rabies and influenza - in order to prevent pandemics.
Trending Science: New theory suggests the female orgasm is an ‘evolutionary leftover’
In a newly published paper, a group of US-based scientists have argued that the female orgasm could have its roots in a mechanism for the release of eggs during sex, one that became redundant with the evolution of spontaneous ovulation.
Major cinema breakthrough could allow for glasses-free 3D
A team of US and Israeli researchers, partly funded by the EU, have developed a truly pioneering cinema screen that can show 3D films without the need for glasses.
Holonomy and singular foliations
Holonomy has proven to be a valuable tool for understanding constrained motion, where an object is desired to move in more dimensions than it is allowed to. EU-funded mathematicians recently extended the use of holonomy from regular foliations to singular foliations.
EU researchers discover that magna build-up may put Salvadoran capital at risk
Researchers from the EU-funded VUELCO project have found that the build-up of magma 6 kilometres below El Salvador’s Ilopango caldera means that the country’s capital, San Salvador, may be at risk from future volcanic eruptions.
Why maintaining multilingualism is better for social inclusion
Research from the EU-funded MIME project has rejected the idea that reducing the number of official EU languages would be more effective, efficient and inclusive. Rather, they argue that such a policy would exclude approximately four out of five Europeans from having a deep understanding of official EU information.

Study in Poland