Europe looks eight years ahead

Europe 2020 offers a useful glimpse of what topics we think will be important for the future. Check out the items listed on their video page (although some don’t have videos, yet):

Health, demographic change and wellbeing

Exercise: the way to a healthier European society?
Technology for people living with dementia
Animal to human: hidden diseases
Independent Living – multiple hopes for multiple sclerosis
Hi-tech future for ageing Europe
Malaria: tracking a serial-killer
Bilharzia and the ‘fluke’ discovery
Digital fight against breast cancer
Flu vaccine: A race against time
European initiative spearheads medical advances
New frontiers of imaging the human body
Food allergies
Mobility for all
Solar-powered disinfection
The fight against fat
Unveiling the mysteries of sleep
Number of Alzheimer’s patients set to increase

Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research, and the bio-economy

A photovoltaic oasis
Mapping out the future of Alpine glacier
A world without bees?
Tagging the eel
Rescuing European forests
Crusts, Crumbs and Chromatography
Food allergies
The quest for better rice

Secure, clean and efficient energy

Energy Saving
A photovoltaic oasis
Building energy efficient cities
Home green home
A tale of underground alchemy
Home green home
Spotlight on OLEDs
CO2 capture in great carbon roundup
Harvesting energy from the sea

Smart, green and integrated transport

A safer road ahead
“Smart” cars to help reduce road fatalities
Easier, cleaner and safer urban transport
Hydrogen: vector for clean energy
Further than the Orient Express

Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials

The Cloudbusters
Building energy efficient cities
Home green home
Ocean acidification
CO2 capture in great carbon roundup
Dustchasers seek answer to the Aral
Mercury falling
Harvesting energy from the sea
Easier, cleaner and safer urban transport
Shaping the future of shipping
Hydrogen: vector for clean energy
Weather Detectives
Getting to the bottom of Africa’s carbon figures

Inclusive, innovative and secure societies

High-tech textiles
Robots: man’s new best friend?
Technology for people living with dementia
Rescuing European forests
Robots designed to roam city streets
Developing intelligent fabrics
Robots learn to express emotions
A safer road ahead
Mobility for all
The robot child
Rehabilitation Robots
Independent Living
European Digital Library

 

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