Le changement climatique, la pollution, le tourisme de masse et les espèces invasives font des ravages dans les grandes zones lagunaires comme Venise. Pour aider à surveiller, et atténuer, l’impact de ces facteurs sous l’eau, un projet financé par l’UE utilise une flotte de robots aquatiques autonomes. Les chercheurs peuvent donc désormais prendre plusieurs mesures simultanées à différents endroits, ce qui sera extrêmement utile dans la lutte contre le changement climatique.
Local weather transform, pollution, mass tourism, and invasive species are wreaking havoc on substantial lagoon regions like Venice. To help monitor – and mitigate – the influence these variables have underwater, one EU-funded project is applying a swarm of autonomous aquatic robots. As a final result, researchers can now take various measurements at the exact time and from various sites, which will be vastly valuable in the combat against climate transform.
Cambiamenti climatici, inquinamento, turismo di massa e specie invasive scatenano il caos in vaste aree lagunari occur Venezia. Per monitorare e ridurre l’impatto di tali fattori sott’acqua, un progetto finanziato dall’UE sta utilizzando uno sciame di robotic acquatici autonomi. In questo modo, i ricercatori possono effettuare, allo stesso tempo e da posti differenti, varie misurazioni estremamente utili nella lotta contro i cambiamenti climatici.
Jet gas from renewable sources holds the important to drastically lessening the environmental influence of aviation. EU-funded researchers have set out to increase Europe’s generation ability, and are also building a procedure that would leverage the rising of feedstock to rehabilitate land at chance of desertification.
Far better outcomes, even with older and significantly less-promising donor organs: new approaches trialled by an EU-funded project have produced powerful effects, widening the scope to transplant kidneys and livers that could possibly normally not have been deemed. People and health care units both of those stand to profit.
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The EU-funded COPE project trialled ground breaking techniques to make extra donated organs transplantable, highlighting the potential of two of the proposed innovations. COPE also assembled a wide biobank of product that is facilitating even more exploration. It concerned a huge number of specialised European transplant centres as