European research news

November 10, 2006

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The full text of all important European statements, speeches and announcements on research - from the European Union and bodies such as the European Space Agency - appears here:

· Open access publishing in physics gains momentum

· CORDIS workshop on disseminating European research results - Helsinki, 23 November

· Thin cloud layer close to Venus's South Pole

· Evidence that cosmic activity influences temperatures on Earth detected

· ESA transmission on space law

· Impact assessment of proposed regulation on European Institute of Technology, with executive summary

· Science and Technology Facilities Council - new UK research council dealing with large facilities

· International biodiversity experts meet, call for independent advisory body

· Refining Europe's ideas on bio-refineries

· Integration of renewable and distributed energy sources - Napa CA, 4-8 December

· Proceedings of Ocean Energy - EC contractors' meeting at Bremerhaven on 25 October

· Towards more effective hydrogen storage - European Project for Ice Coring in the Antarctic

· European researchers uncover link between climate patterns in Arctic and Antarctic

· Proposed EU conclusion of framework agreement on Russian multilateral nuclear environmental programme and associated protocol on claims, legal proceedings and indemnification (link)

· Bringing neglected diseases in from the cold

· EFSA recommendations on prevention and reduction of animal diseases transmissible to humans (zoonoses)

· Several European studies highlight benefits of Mediterranean diet

· Workshop on fish farming technologies for SMEs - Brussels, 23 November

· Satnav and 3G cellular services on one mobile phone

· ITU-T/Universities meeting on improved cooperation - Geneva, 18-19 January

· Swarm-bots could boldly go where no man has gone before

· EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard - private research investment clocks up significant growth

· Workshop on FP6 financial management - Cambridge, 7 December

· SYSTEM@TIC Forum - Paris, 8 December

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