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Developing a forecast system for Atlantic albacore tunaFish population dynamics models are essential tools used to estimate fishing impact and provide key indicators of exploitation. A EU-funded project is helping to provide a new generation of models harnessing the progress made in monitoring using in situ and satellite data. 3. Talk of the townThere is a certain aura of genius attached to speaking languages. But multilingualism is not only the preserve of academic sand bookish linguists; plenty of European celebrities are also multilingual. Take football, a sport not traditionally associated with linguistic prowess, but which is replete with players who are fluent and articulate in several languages. Other networks and services in the field of European mobilityBesides EURES, the following European mobility networks may also be of interest: Your Europe, Your Europe Advice, SOLVIT, Directorate-General for Education and Culture, Europass, Euroguidance, Enterprise Europe Network, European small business portal. A ‘smart’ knife to fight cancer, crime and contaminationCancer is one of the most challenging medical issues we face. In the United Kingdom alone, there are 300 000 new cases every year — leading to almost 2 million surgical operations annually. Thanks to ERC funding, Dr Zoltán Takáts of Imperial College London has developed a ‘smart’ surgical knife that can ‘smell’ the tissues it is cutting through — with the potential to revolutionise cancer treatment, as well as food and drug analysis, and research into the human ‘microbiome’.
UNAOC - EF Summer SchoolUnited Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and EF Education First (EF) Announce Their Third “Youth for Change” UNAOC-EF Summer School in NY. Application now open.