The Lost Millennials project, funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and the Norwegian Grant Fund for Youth Employment, focuses on a commonly neglected target group of the Millennial generation: young people between the ages of 25 and 29, who are out of employment or education and training (NEETs), live in small towns in rural areas and face multiple barriers to their inclusion in the labor market. More information.
The food safety management systems established in recent decades in our European food businesses and food safety governance must be adapted to make the food system more robust against multiple dynamically emerging stressors. FoodSafeR aims to design, develop and test the building blocks of innovative, proactive and holistic food safety. More information.
Technological advancement has significantly transformed coating methods by introducing metallic coatings on plastic substrates. The coating of plastics (PoP) has become an effective solution in a wide range of applications in the automotive, aerospace and domestic industries. More information.
The overall goal of the MeBattery project is to lay the groundwork for a next-generation battery technology, which will overcome critical limitations of leading-edge battery technologies by displaying an excellent balance between these KPIs. More information.
Europe has taken steps to lead global progress towards 5G (the fifth generation of telecommunications systems), which will be one of the most critical components of our digital economy and society. 5G will provide virtually ubiquitous, ultra-high-bandwidth, low-latency “connectivity” not only to individual users, but also to connected objects. The success of 5G technologies depends on their ability to attract stakeholders from vertical industries. More information.
The main objective of JOIN-RISe is to make higher education STEM students develop into citizens that are critical thinkers and are fully committed to the SDGs. In order to achieve this, it is crucial for there to be changes to current curricula and for the SDGs to be included in the teaching of STEM degrees. Evidently, lecturers are key players in meeting the project’s main objective. Therefore the aim is to make STEM lecturers more aware of global challenges and the need to integrate values and ethics into their teaching to help students develop a sustainable mindset and to use science to do good in society. More information.
The project STEAM in the secondary school with no barriers for blind and visually impaired pupils, has been created to generate in Spanish schools, including the partner university, inclusive classrooms with a diversity of students with different profiles, especially students with visual impairments. The school partnership includes three schools specialized in this student profile, the collaboration and exchange of practices will serve to generate experiential classrooms within technical subjects such as science, technology, engineering, mathematics and arts (STEAM), subjects that have often been cited as difficult for students with visual impairments. More information.
AR-STEAMapp addresses the challenges of improving the teaching of STEAM disciplines in the 12-16 age group, designing an innovative way to establish connections between these disciplines in a meaningful and viable way with the educational context. One possible mean to address this challenge is the development of an augmented reality (AR) educational app (hereafter AR-STEAMapp) that can be used to explicitly reflect on the connections between STEAM disciplines through the analysis of relevant European cultural heritage (i.e. sculpture and buildings). More information.
The objectives of the eEarlycare-T project are directly framed in the Erasmus + Programme, specifically in the Sector Priority related to School Education: Developing high quality early childhood education and care systems. Therefore, the eEarlycare-T project aims to put into practice the key principles of the EU Quality Framework for ECEC (Proposal for key principles of a Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care. EC, 2014). More information.
The innovation project Ready to innovate: Maths & Sports4all (RIMAS) consists of the implementation of a toolkit for Primary Education students, whose objective is the learning and reinforcement of Mathematics contents through Physical Education, in a gender equality context. More information.
The EU-funded BIOMAC project will create an Open Innovation Test Bed (OITB) ecosystem openly accessible by SMEs and the industry to a single-entry point. The project envisages establishing an open collaboration community that supports innovation and minimises investment risks. More information.
The project aims to improve the accessibility of cultural heritage across Europe through the exchange and promotion of good practice. The team will develop, implement, and test innovative multidisciplinary educational material for students as future experts, as well as training for existing cultural workers. More information.
The ALGWAS-BIOR project is an EU-funded project that proposes the implementation of cascade, green and integrated biorefinery technologies that durably add commercial values to the discarded waste material with high beneficial profits. The project primarily focuses on the valorization of the organic waste stream released from the food industry and uses the algae industry as an exemplar prototype. More information.
Understanding the interactions of the colloids (microorganisms and biomolecules) with surfaces and between themselves is a key factor that can lead to improvements in several fields, such as the biotechnology industry or the development of nano-carriers for drug delivery. These interactions can be studied and analysed by applying different tools and techniques, and this is the main objective in SURBIO. More information.
The Auto-DAN project aims to enable homes and small businesses across the EU to optimize their energy consumption and provide an assessment of the live energy performance of a building which takes into account the quality of appliances/ systems installed, user operational habits and the smart readiness of a building. More information.
Sustainable storage of electrical energy is one of this century’s main challenges, and battery production is one of the future key industries with an estimated market potential of 250 Billion Euros by 2025 as stated by the European Commission. We contribute to this by establishing an RF-nanotechnology toolbox for Li-ion batteries and beyond Lithium batteries. More information.
EUMODFRAUD overall objective is the development of high-level comparative studies on the analysis of the factors and aspects leading to a loss of transparency of ERDF and CF due to misuse and diversion in public and private entities. The achievements expected will be the development of a deep knowledge on the mechanisms of diversion of ERDF and CF and their interconnections, and the enhancement in the capacity of relevant EU bodies for the early detection of misuse in EU funds. More information.
The project have the ambition to set up and to get it accepted, a common new international/European policy, as a demonstration of a possible integration of ICT competencies that can be used to promote educational process of assimilation of social values in kids. The project itself foreseen as well, the value of in-service and university training courses as a core strategy to improve teachers’ update with technological competencies enriched by innovative psycho-pedagogical competencies on robotics versus bullying challenges. More information.
The radically innovative potential of SeLFiE is its ability to integrate the Scientific language – which is simpler and easier to understand than the literary language, and rich in liferelated and practical lexicon – and the CLIL framework in ages between 4 and 12. It also gives continuity along the whole compulsory education maintaining the consistency of the learning and teaching processes. SeLFiE develops of a joint methodology for CLIL and science education, being that a field to explore needed for further implementation and revision. More information.
NOVATERRA aims to reduce the use and negative impacts of CONTENTIOUS PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS for integrated pest, disease and weed management in the two main Mediterranean crops in Europe: grapevines and olives. Minimizing risks and impacts on the environment and the health of consumers, of the agricultural practices carried out in these two crops, of vital importance in the Mediterranean arc. More information.
The project WORLD aims to develop a virtuous green process for waste cooking oils (WCOs) recycling which applying a circular economy model. An innovative fast and zero-waste production of biolubricants from WCOs will be developed employing green and recyclable raw materials (water and natural bentonites). The wastewaters and the contaminated bentonites will be recycled in two independent sub-processes. In addition to the biolubricants production, the possibility to obtain a suitable medium for VOCs treatment from WCOs will be considered. More information.
Provide specific tools for the evaluation and acquisition of psychosocial skills and competencies necessary in low-skilled jobs in some industrial sectors such as wind energy, metal manufacturing or mold manufacturing, and other similar positions in which management-related psychosocial occupational risks occur emergency. The training provided will complement the current certified technical training to contribute to the employability, health and quality of life of workers, as well as to the competitiveness of companies. More information.
GREENER proposes the development of green, sustainable, efficient, and low-cost solutions for soil/sediment and water bioremediation, by integrating several remediation strategies with innovative bio-electrochemical technologies. The project will effectively accelerate the remediation time of a range of organic and inorganic pollutants of high concern, while producing useful end-products, such as bioelectricity and/or harmless metabolites of industrial interest. More information.
The project aims at improving the understanding of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights via specific training activities addressed to lawyers. In the face of emerging challenges such as migrations and terrorism, lawyers play a key role in the protection of fundamental rights and need to have a better knowledge on the Charter and its application at national level. More information.
The LightMe project aspires to be a point of reference for boosting innovation in the field of lightweight metal matrix nanocomposites (MMnC) setting up an Open Innovation Ecosystem (test bed) that will boost the introduction of new functionalities, features and capabilities to lightweight metals. More information.
El objetivo principal del proyecto es formar docentes universitarios a través del desarrollo de herramientas que les ayuden a adquirir las competencias necesarias para adaptar sus aulas a las necesidades de las personas con discapacidad intelectual y, con ello, promover la inclusión de este colectivo en la Educación Superior. Para ello, se crearán diversos materiales y herramientas que se pondrán a prueba a través de un curso piloto enfocado a docentes de universidades de diferentes países. More information.
YOUNGMOB is addressed to deliver practical tools for parents and school teachers to promote a correct use of smartphones and avoid or reduce addictive behaviours; and a set of recommendations also for policy makers to prevent mobile addiction. More information.
Nowadays, the society moves forward new ways of education, both formal and non-formal, based on the implementation of life-long learning training courses on different topics fundamentally in Blended-Learning environments. To this end, there is a need of online non-formal training that facilitates the learning of students of different ages, making them functional, efficient regarding the achievement of the learning outcomes, and encouraging students’ interest and increase their motivation. More information.
Development of new chemical sensors and optical technologies for fast and sensitive detection of improvised explosives
The goal was thus to produce portable sensors that continuously monitor the environment, detect the presence of explosive compounds and alert the user. More information.
DRYNET objective is to set an multidisciplinary network between EU academic, SME, the EU pan-Biobank, and international partners, with the aim of sharing knowhow & expertise to lay down the theoretical and early empirical basis for the dry storage of cells/germplasm. More information.