The TRIGGER project has just released its first newsletter! Learn more at the TRIGGER project website. Read the newsletter About TRIGGER The ultimate objectives of TRIGGER are [...]
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On June 19, 2019, ISINNOVA presented quality of life measurements and methodology at the ESPON conference in Iasi, where we discussed how to localise and modernise [...]
On 21 June 2019, Madeline Werthschulte, researcher at the University of Muenster, will present research findings from the ENABLE.EU project at the Friday Lunch Meeting [...]
Stefano Proietti (ISINNOVA) and Luigi Acquaviva (Municipality of San Giuseppe Vesuviano) presented the experience of the Vesuvius Resilient Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) during the [...]
Do we use less electricity if we pay for it immediately? How do gender issues influence the development of solar PVs? Understanding how citizens make [...]
At the EU Sustainable Energy Week, ENABLE.EU will participate in a session on What makes consumers tick? Best practices and tools, which will be held [...]
Professor Paolo Vineis of Imperial College London, and a researcher in the STOP project, recently co-authored* an article in Frontiers in Genetics (www.frontiersin.org | 1 [...]
Our world is rapidly changing. Major challenges like ageing populations and climate change require ground-breaking approaches – and these can only be delivered through meaningful [...]
Major cities are increasingly introducing urban vehicle access regulations, including for example bans on diesel vehicles, in order to tackle air quality and congestion issues. For [...]
The STOP project, in collaboration with EIT Health and EIT Food, has launched a call for industry-led projects aimed at developing innovations that have the [...]