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Empowerment through e-learning

Within six weeks after the introduction of COVID-19 lockdowns in March 2020, university education in Sri Lanka returned in a digital format.

South African bandwidth for world’s largest science project

Construction of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope has been initiated in South Africa and Australia. A major part of the challenge is to provide the necessary high-speed bandwidth.

Morocco boosts scientific connectivity

A new circuit improves the possibilities for Moroccan researchers to participate in international collaborations such as the high-energy physics experiment ATLAS and the undersea neutrino telescope ANTARES.

Sri Lanka: digital civil engineering field camp

An annual field camp is a cornerstone in the education of civil engineers in Sri Lanka. With assistance from the national research and education network (NREN) the camp was converted to a digital format during COVID.

Boosting connectivity for research in the Eastern Mediterranean region

Research and education communities in Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan will benefit from improved connectivity as a new link through London will offer service to the Eastern Mediterranean region.

Quantum computing predicts Finnish housing prices

A project involving Finland's research and education network is working on a new tool for complex calculations.

Mauritania joins the academic network community

Researchers and students in Mauritania can look forward to improved connectivity as the Arab African country has announced the establishment of a national research and education network.

The digital search for a COVID-19 cure

COVID-19 researchers in Finland get priority access to the Puhti supercomputer.

Supporting Big Data research in Azerbaijan

E-governance is the current focus of Big Data research by Professor Ramiz Aliguliyev to help resolve some of the difficulties researchers face with managing ever-expanding volumes of data.

Volcano surveillance in near-real time

Recent research on the Italian volcano Mount Etna, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, may have developed a new tool for predicting eruptions.

How computers can speed up vaccine development

Vaccines are the key to conquer threats to public health posed by coronavirus and other infectious diseases. A team at the University of Bristol, UK, is revolutionizing the way vaccines are developed, paving the way for faster and more effective vaccines. The scientists at the heart of the project explain how the Research 4.0 tools... View Article

Europe is ageing! And so what?

Luckily, we live longer. SHARE, the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe, helps researchers understand the consequences, and helps policy makers make the necessary decisions on health, social and economic policy.