Videos

This section hosts a selection of videos and podcasts relating to COST Actions and other COST activities.


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2014

Colour and Space in Cultural Heritage (COSCH)

True, precise and complete documentation of artefacts is essential for the conservation and preservation of our cultural heritage (CH). By ensuring access to the best possible documentation of artefacts, COST Action TD1201 COSCH contributes to the enhanced understanding of material CH and help its long-term preservation.


2014

COST Actions: A Great Opportunity as Incubators for Molecular Science and Technology

The event hosted entrepreneurs, researchers and policy makers whose individual presentations and interventions during a roundtable debate focused on the main challenges behind technology transfer in today's European Research Area. Several spin-offs resulting from COST CMST Actions were also showcased, as participants also reflected on the real benefits SMEs have by joining COST Actions activities.


2013

Materials in a Resource-Constrained World

COST and Delft University of Technology organised a three-day conference looking at solutions to the growing consumption of raw materials at a global scale: sustainable mining, recycling and substitution of critical materials, material life-time extension and product design. Participants also analysed ways forward in terms of research, policy and practice.


2013

COST Arts and Technologies (CAT) - Part 1

The rationale behind the COST Arts & Technologies (CAT) workshop is that there are considerable benefits to be drawn from integrating arts and technologies, to a much larger extent than ever before. Combining artistic creativity with technological expertise should in itself show great potential leading to new products, services and social innovations.


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