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Picture of a doctorEmerging viruses pose a serious threat to global public health. EU-funded research is helping to advance our understanding of how infectious diseases evolve and adapt genetically, informing our efforts to develop an effective response. Researchers have already applied these new methods to several public health crises, including COVID-19.
Picture of a doctorA visit to your doctor could soon provide a much more complete picture of your overall health thanks to new technologies developed by EU-funded researchers. They will enable a quick and accurate analysis of proteins from blood or urine samples to be carried out in the clinic.
Picture of an woman with shoulder in painEU-funded researchers have developed an innovative and 'smart' prototype contrast mechanism for use in medical imaging that could provide doctors with important new insights to help diagnose injury and disease.
ImageKiedy WHO ogłosiła pandemię choroby COVID-19, naukowcy pracujący w ramach finansowanego przez UE projektu badawczego natychmiast podjęli wyzwanie. BioExcel, jedno z wiodących europejskich centrów obliczeniowych badań biomolekularnych, niezwłocznie udostępnił swoje superkomputery oraz nowatorskie oprogramowanie. To znaczna pomoc w walce z koronawirusem dla naukowców i innowatorów z całej Europy.
ImageWhen COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic by the WHO, an EU funded research project immediately stepped up to the plate. BioExcel, one of Europe's leading centres for computational biomolecular research, gave priority access to its supercomputing facilities and cutting-edge software. This will help researchers and innovators across Europe in the fight against coronavirus.
ImageNär WHO förklarade covid-19 som en global pandemi, tog ett EU-finansierat forskningsprojekt genast sig an utmaningen. BioExcel, ett av Europas ledande centrum för databaserad biomolekylär forskning, gav forskare prioriterad tillgång till dess superdatoranläggningar och banbrytande mjukvara. Det kommer att hjälpa forskare och innovatörer över hela Europa i kampen mot coronaviruset.
ImageQuando l'OMS ha dichiarato la Covid-19 pandemia globale, un progetto di ricerca finanziato dall'UE ha preso in mano la situazione. BioExcel, tra i principali centri europei di ricerca biomolecolare computazionale, ha dato accesso prioritario alle sue strutture di supercalcolo e ai suoi software all'avanguardia. Ciò aiuterà i ricercatori e gli innovatori di tutta Europa nella lotta al coronavirus.
ImageQuand l'OMS a déclaré la COVID-19 comme une pandémie mondiale, un projet de recherche financé par l'UE a pris ses responsabilités. BioExcel, un important centre de recherche en biologie moléculaire computationnelle d'Europe, a accordé un accès prioritaire à ses supercalculateurs et à son logiciel de pointe. Ces technologies aideront les chercheurs et les innovateurs à lutter contre le coronavirus.
ImageCuando la OMS declaró la pandemia de COVID-19, un proyecto de investigación financiada con fondos europeos aceptó el reto de inmediato. BioExcel, un centro líder de investigación biomolecular computacional de Europa, dio acceso prioritario a sus instalaciones de supercomputación y «software» de vanguardia. Esto ayudará a los investigadores e innovadores de Europa en la lucha contra el coronavirus.

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