11/03/2022: Technology for detecting presence of antibiotics in water, REPowerEU, FAO publication on agri-food, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Technology allows detecting the presence of antibiotics in environmental waters with a mobile phone;
– REPowerEU: Joint European action for more affordable, secure and sustainable energy;
– New EU rules for international research already outpaced by shifting geopolitics;
– Using foresight to prepare what the future may bring for tomorrow’s food;
– Viewpoint: Time for a long-term strategy on Russian science relations and academic collaborations;
– Commission seeks views on reviewing rules on hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment;
– France to invest €1 billion in nuclear reactor R&I;
– New method matches drugs with faulty DNA replication, helping identify childhood cancer drug candidates.

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12/7/2021: Knowledge valorisation consultation, evaluators wanted for Open Science Cloud, HE associations, EIT evaluation criteria, low-carbon hydrogen, and a new chip

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Stakeholders consultation on knowledge valorisation
– European Open Science Cloud Future: call for evaluators
– Horizon Europe: first round of association negotiations
– EIT evaluation criteria for new KIC call
– New report on the advantages of low-carbon hydrogen
– ETH Zurich pioneer computer chips for the future of telecommunications

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