Archive | Source: European Research Council

Event: Frontier Research and Artificial Intelligence (Brussels, 26 October 2018)

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Statement by ERC President reaffirming commitment to equal opportunities

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Event: Frontier research and artificial intelligence (London, 25 – 26 October 2018)

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Press release: Bacteria under your feet

An international team of researchers, including ERC grantee Fernando T. Maestre from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC), pieced together a global atlas of soil bacteria. The study, published today in Science, identifies some five hundred species of dominant bacteria living in soils worldwide. The findings, based on EU-funded research, could open new paths to improve soil fertility and increase agricultural production.

Press Release: Cybersecurity: ERC grantee behind discovery of major hardware bugs

Two newly-discovered security flaws in computer processors, named Meltdown and Spectre, could allow unauthorised users to gain direct access to the heart of computer systems and steal personal data. The vulnerabilities were discovered by an international research team, in which Graz University of Technology’s Institute of Applied Information Processing and Communications (TU Graz, Austria) played a central role. The EU’s European Research Council (ERC) has been supporting this research project since 2016, to the tune of two-million euro.

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