Connecting theory and practical issues of migration and religious diversity
The main aim of COST Action COREnet is to fill the gaps and research needs in the field of religion and migration and to communicate new results and knowledge directly to public debate and the various fields of practice. COREnet is focused on creating a European platform for the critical exchange of research into migration and religious diversity between academia and practice all over Europe.
Super Heart Adventure
An animation by COST Action VascAgeNet to educate children on how to keep your heart and arteries healthy.
COST Action ParAqua, which stands for ‘Applications for zoosporic parasites in aquatic ecosystems’, will focus on the aspects related to principles for improvement of algal production efficiency, as for example strategies on ways of mitigating zoosporic parasites infection or how to deal with parasites in the use of industrial cultivation.
The Grapevine Genomics Encyclopedia (GRAPEDIA)
GRAPEDIA is an innovative portal that will integrate knowledge, resources and services for the grape scientific community and industry. GRAPEDIA is a COST Innovators Grant initative stemming from the COST Action INTEGRAPE.
The COST Action ‘Combatting anthelmintic resistance in ruminants’ (COMBAR) has advanced research on the prevention of anthelmintic resistance in helminth parasites of ruminants in Europe, by disseminating current knowledge among all relevant stakeholders and gathering parasitologists, social scientists and agricultural economists. In this video, the Chair, Dr Johannes Charlier describes the main outcomes of the network’s four-year activities.
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Bob - The Marine Bacterium and its use in biotechnology
Meet BOB, the marine bacterium! Marine bacteria can be found in every corner of the ocean, either free-floating or attached to surfaces (such as of objects or animals) and in sediments. Some have adapted their metabolism to survive and thrive in extreme conditions (extreme temperatures, pressure, pH, salinity and combinations of these). These adaptations can provide us with unique properties, such as anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antifouling and others. The properties are used in various industries.
However, BOB and similar bacteria are often not easy to catch or grow in laboratory conditions. Hence, biotechnology demands collaboration between many experts, from biotechnologists, microbiologists, chemists, business, legal experts and more!
Pulsars: A tale of cosmic clocks
COST Action PHAROS, was awarded 1st prize for its scientific short film ‘Pulsars: A tale of cosmic clocks’ by Ciencia en Acción. Combining live action and animation, the film aims to share scientific knowledge about the universe with a younger audiences. It tells an engaging story about the space travel of a teenage girl with a mysterious lady. The film also addresses the issue of women in science and the role they play in STEM today.