Engineering, manufacturing and construction

Latvia University’s Institute of Solid State Physics is on its way to becoming a hub for collaboration between science and industry.
A new interactive online platform helps to increase awareness of innovations in the bioeconomy sector.
In its first year of testing, the world’s most powerful floating tidal turbine has generated 3 GWh of electricity.
Researchers argue that cancer treatment protocols have the potential to benefit from game-theoretic models. Their work could help oncologists improve outcomes in patients with metastatic cancer.
Three EU initiatives take on the challenge of creating secure and smart technology – the backbone of a more reliable and connected world.
Researchers have achieved a new efficiency record in organic photovoltaic cells. The process could improve the production of new devices for energy harvesting and lighting.
A novel project to build a prototype ICT service facility got off the ground in Sweden. Its cost-efficient and energy-saving concept could be replicated in other EU countries.
A novel microbial detection module will help water distribution networks speed up the process of contamination measuring. This will lead to significant savings with real-time critical data.
Novel system achieves significant reductions in energy consumed for heating and cooling electric car interiors.
A new project harnesses Earth observation (EO) data to improve the quality of life in urban areas.
An agricultural robot harvesting sweet peppers will help automate labour in greenhouses.
Researchers conduct clinical trials and launch new non-invasive treatment programme for innovative Parkinson’s drug.
Website offers multiple new products and tools to study diseases spread by various insects and ticks.
Coordinated development of electricity infrastructure connecting offshore wind farms to land will bring financial and environmental benefits.
An EU initiative has launched an online interactive data set of sustainable energy initiatives across Europe. The database could help policymakers reduce greenhouse gas emissions and decarbonise the economy.
According to engineers, root vegetables aren’t only good for the body. Their fibres could also help make concrete mixtures stronger and more eco-friendly.
Thanks to a resurrected 100-year-old box-wing design, aeroplanes of the future could carry more passengers, be greener and cost less to run.
Smartphone users can now collect important data from their gardens to help the battle against climate change and solve the planet’s hunger crisis.
Eight aero concept innovations point the way to 75 % less CO2 emissions by 2050.
In a new steel plant under construction, the waste gases generated in steelmaking will be used to produce an eco-friendly transport fuel.
What should Europe’s ports be like by 2030? Researchers choose 50 initiatives that will help shape the vision of tomorrow’s ports.
Personalised machine learning helps human-like robots interact with autistic children during therapy.
Researchers show that the brain can reprogram itself to control prosthetic substitutes as it does one’s own body parts. The more one-handed people use a prosthesis in everyday life, the more strongly their brain responds to it.
A team of researchers have shown that micro-size granular particles in plant cells behave like liquids when they respond to gravity. Their findings could pave the way for new engineering design and technological applications that mimic biological systems.
A new recycling method turns garments into biodegradable materials, paving the way for a more eco-friendly fashion industry.
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