03 October 2012
| General, FPS
Me and My Tree
Soon you will be able to compensate for your carbon footprint by planting a tree. For free, thanks to companies’ corporate social responsibility. And also, thanks to the COST Green Engineering Camp…
03 October 2012
| General, MPNS
Leave it behind
Kevin Sheridan, Graduate Student (Molecular Physics Laboratory, University of Sussex) and member of COST Action MP1001 on 'Ion Traps for Tomorrow's Applications', explains the European Physical Society how Physics made him a world traveller...
Earlier this week the European Commission has announced a strategy to further focus cooperation on EU strategic priorities, while maintaining the tradition of openness to third country participation in EU research. COST is working in this direction, and opens pan-European cooperation worldwide.
COST Action 'Detailed Chemical Kinetic Models for Cleaner Combustion' looking into collaboration with the gas and fuel industry to develop cleaner and more efficient combustion processes.
The COST CSO has agreed to prepare an action plan to support young promising teams in the field of research and innovation and contribute to widening pan-European participation.
Every day humanitarian aid workers help millions of people around the world. World Humanitarian Day is celebrated on 19 August 2012 – it is a global celebration of the spirit of people helping people. Two COST Actions in the COST Domain for Individuals, Societies, Cultures and Health (ISCH) are of great significance to humanitarian issues.
12th July 2012 – Genetically Modified Trees (GMTs)plantations could play an important role in mitigating climate change and environmental pollution, but public concerns about the need and safety of genetically modified organisms requires the development of a unified approach in terms of policy and regulation for the environmental impact assessment and the safe development and practical use of GMTs according to speakers at a session organised by COST Action FP0905 ‘Biosafety of forest transgenic trees’ which took place today at the Euroscience Open Forum in Dublin.
Every four years, summer brings us the Olympic Games where athletes attempt to follow the Olympic motto ‘higher, farther and faster’. Watching the spectacle, one cannot help but wonder how they keep a healthy mind in a healthy body. One COST Action may have the answer…
COST Action CM1105 ‘Functional metal complexes that bind to biomolecules’ partners with a symposium on platinum coordination compounds and invites representatives from other COST Actions to submit an abstract for the conference.
TS-EUROTRAIN will be structuring European Training capacities for neurodevelopmental disorders.