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COST - European CO-operation in Science and Technology

Company Description

COST is an intergovernmental framework for European Cooperation in Science and Technology, allowing the coordination of nationally-funded research on a European level. COST contributes to reducing the fragmentation in European research investments and opening the European Research Area to cooperation worldwide.

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The main focus of this workshop is the valorisation of what is presently defined by FAO (2013) as food wastages. Minimising food wastages may be handled by two main routes: i. reduction of avoidable losses across the supply chain and; ii. valorisation of unavoidable losses.

This strategic event focuses on the current capabilities of the predictive tools and programmes aimed at describing the future scenarios of the marine environment changes, and at identifying the gaps in our present knowledge of the marine science in terms of atmosphere-ocean interactions, sea wat

Founding a company in the fields of chemistry and the life sciences is not only associated with high initial investments for good equipment but it also requires capable minds to develop scientific ideas into marketable products. COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is an id

Researchers have exerted considerable efforts to advance the robotic technologies as well as to understand their social implications.

COST is a partner of the inaugural World Research and Innovation Congress - Pioneers In Healthcare.

COST Action TU0905 ‘Structural glass – Novel design methods and next generation products’ organises a mid-term conference in 2013. This two-day international conference addresses the challenging and rapidly evolving domain of structural glass.

Following the success of the Early-Stage Researchers’ Forum at the last FTP conference, COST will organise an Early Stage Researchers' Forum at the 8th FTP conference entitled 'Inspiring Horizons – A new Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda for the Forest-based Se

Dinner Debate: How Can Networking in Science and Technology Help SMEs Meet the Innovation Union Goals?

Venue: European Parliament

Date: 29 January 2013 19:30-22:00

This exclusive events aims to showcase the impact of science and technology networks on Europe's society.