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News

  • A Space Special

    Welcome to EURACTIV’s weekly Transport Brief – your one port of call for all the news moving the world and much more!

  • Frontier Research: Creating Pathways to Sustainability

    This conference covered relevant research supported by the European Research Council (ERC) and provided a networking forum for ERC-funded researchers as well as policy-makers.

    • Title Infrastar Final Workshop - 6 February 2020, Brussels, Belgium

      [Source: Research & Innovation] The purpose of the Infrastar Final Workshop is to discuss the outcomes of the project, to boost the networking opportunities, to share experiences on European projects, to exchange ideas and gain insights from each other. Bridges and wind turbines owners and manufacturers, engineers and designers, researchers will gain further knowledge of the behaviour of concrete fatigue allowing to go beyond current standards with optimized design and maintenance rules.

    • Research Headlines - Bringing AI-powered cybersecurity to the general consumer

      [Source: Research & Innovation] An EU-funded project has enabled companies to offer cybersecurity as a low-cost subscription service, boosting protection from hackers by using artificial intelligence. This could help consumers better safeguard personal data such as passwords and bank details.

    • Bringing AI-powered cybersecurity to the general consumer

      An EU-funded project has enabled companies to offer cybersecurity as a low-cost subscription service, boosting protection from hackers by using artificial intelligence. This could help consumers better safeguard personal data such as passwords and bank details.

    • Redesigning the internet to protect user privacy

      When an American researcher imagined a new way to bolster internet privacy (an online system built on 'mix-nets' that would block eavesdroppers from accessing information about who was communicating with whom, and what they were saying), his vision remained on the fringe for decades. But now, an EU-funded project has invented a way to use his idea to protect Europeans' data online.