Exploring Successful R&I in Europe 2024: A Dive into Transdisciplinary Sectors

A pivotal event unfolded as industry leaders, innovators, and experts convened at the 11th European Networking Event, themed “Successful R&I in Europe 2024.” Amidst this gathering, I had the privilege to contribute as a speaker in the parallel workshop session focused on Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environment, expertly organized by ZENIT GmbH.

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CLIMOS will participate at Research Perspectives on the Health Impacts of Climate Change conference

Due to the advancement of emerging technologies and the advent of Big Data as a fundamental part of modern life, there have been significant changes in how data is collected and analysed. As it happens to the life cycle of the sand fly species Phlebotomus papatasi, data also undergoes a detailed process of development and evolution to extract valuable information that can support decision-making.

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The Data Lifecycle – a Key Asset for the CLIMOS Project

Due to the advancement of emerging technologies and the advent of Big Data as a fundamental part of modern life, there have been significant changes in how data is collected and analysed. As it happens to the life cycle of the sand fly species Phlebotomus papatasi, data also undergoes a detailed process of development and evolution to extract valuable information that can support decision-making.

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CLIMOS Project: Preventing the impact of climate change on sand fly-borne diseases

Phlebotomine sand flies can be found in various regions around the world, primarily in warm and tropical climates. However, climate change is dramatically altering their geographical landscape. Milder winters and warmer temperatures extend their reach into new regions, prompting earlier and intensified sand fly activity. This shift increases the risk of sand fly-borne diseases in areas where they were previously non-existent.

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