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7 January 2016 No 455 *
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* UK scientists throw weight behind EU membership
Submissions to an ongoing House of Lords inquiry point to massive support for EU membership among UK scientists, universities, medical research charities and industry, while the campaign group Vote Leave has set out its view on why an exit from the EU would benefit UK science
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* Moedas advances plans for new European Innovation Council
As 2016 gets under way, the EU Research Commissioner will start to lay the foundations for an ambitious new institute. The aim is to create a cohesive pan-European body for innovation that will parallel what the European Research Council has done for science
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* ‘Remember, it took the world 120 years to make an efficient diesel engine’
Science|Business talks to Bert De Colvenaer, the man working to make hydrogen fuel cell technology widely available and affordable in Europe
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* Nine UK universities win grant to create Internet of Things hub
A three-year £23M research partnership will explore the ins and outs of connecting everyday devices to the Internet
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* European Innovation Council can bring order to scattered and unfocused EU funding
As Research Commissioner Carlos Moedas advances plans for a new body to support innovation, the European Association of Research and Technology Associations backs the proposal and says there should be a wide remit
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Innovation in Progress
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Pierre and Marie Curie University Foundation to sponsor the 'Patient University'
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WMG part of new £23 million Internet of Things Research Hub announced today
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Record year of spin offs for ETH Zurich
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* French start-up develops new way of treating cancer
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* Swedish sensor controls oxygen levels of premature babies
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* Quantum optics technology sends more data down optical fibre
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