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04 - 07 May 2010
Edinburgh, United Kingdom

COST Action events

The Future of Quality Control for Wood and Wood Products

27 April 2010
COST Office, Brussels


The Western Balkans Regional Strategy on Research and Development for Innovation

April’s COST seminar welcomed Stanislav Daskalov, Head of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) Liason Office in Brussels, Lidija Topic, Advisor, and Jovan Tegovski, Special Envoy for the Secretary General for Relations with the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from the RCC Liaison Office in Brussels.

26 - 28 April 2010
Oostende, Belgium

Exploratory workshops

Sustainable Production of Transportation Fuels and Chemicals: Challenges and Opportunities

With crude oil reserves decreasing, oil prices soaring and with increasing concerns about climate change, intense research efforts are being developed all over the world to establish alternatives for the production of transportation fuels and chemicals.

22 April 2010
London, UK

External events

Health for All, Care for You

Personalised healthcare is important - all the experts say so. But why isn't it more widely used in clinics, hospitals and labs across Europe? What are the barriers to adoption of this emerging technology in Europe?

20 - 21 April 2010
Jaarbeurs Utrecht, the Netherlands

External events

Animal Nutrition and Health - Benefiting from Research Networks

On 20 and 21 April 2010, COST organised a workshop on animal nutrition and health. This event took place alongside VIV2010 in The Netherlands. Researchers, scientists and stakeholders related to R&D were the target for this international event for decision makers in the Feed-to-Meat industry.

13 - 15 April 2010
Vienna, Austria

Strategic workshops

Principles and Development of Bio-Inspired Materials

Bio-inspired materials are becoming of increasing interest in many fields of practical applications. In contrast to man-made materials natural materials such as wood, bone and shells are composed of only limited number of basic components. They gain their diversity in mechanical properties by hierarchical structuring which allows them to fulfil a variety of functions e.g. self-healing, mechanical stability, high toughness.

30 - 31 March 2010
Rome, Italy

Strategic workshops

Benefits of Research Infrastructures beyond Science - The Example of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA)

The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is a $1 billion+ international project to create a radio telescope incorporating a receiving surface of a million square metres, fifty times larger than the biggest receiving surface now in existence.

23 March 2010

External events

Standing Up for Science II

COST gave its Early Stage Researchers the opportunity to take part in a media workshop organised by Sense About Science.

17 - 19 March 2010
Vilamoura, Portugal

External events

Portugal SB10 - Sustainable Building Affordable to All

This international conference set out to make sustainable buildings more accessible.

14 - 19 March 2010
Les Houches, France

Exploratory workshops

Physics of Amorphous Solids: Mechanical Properties and Plasticity

The objective of the workshop was to review state-of-the-art research in the fundamental physics of amorphous solids. The event also looked at the mechanical response of amorphous solids to large deformations, including homogeneous yielding via the elasto-plastic transition and flow localisation.

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