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Innaxis publishes White Paper on Energy research

On September the 24th we submitted the final version of the ComplexEnergy White Paper to the European Commission. It has been already sent to the participants and interested individuals and is published on the ComplexEnergy website: ComplexEnergy is an initiative led by The Innaxis...

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ComplexEnergy White Paper Draft Now Available

The Innaxis Foundation & Research Institute along with CREATE-NET are pleased to publish a draft of the ComplexEnergy White Paper. After many revisions and discussions, a first draft of the ComplexEnergy White Paper has become available. Members of the Expert Panel also contributed to the advancement...

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INX becomes coordinator of ComplexEnergy

Together with CREATE-NET, INX launches ComplexEnergy; a new FP7 FET Project. As most of you know, the FET (Future and emerging technologies) initiative is the European Commission “incubator” for new ideas and themes for long-term research in the area of information and communication technologies....

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Innaxis contributes to additonal int’l congresses

The Innaxis research team has presented three more contributions to the scientific community about the connections between Complexity Science and Air Transportation Networks. The first event was the FisEs ’09 congress on Statistical Physics, held in Huelva (Spain) on the 10th – 12th September 2009,...

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INX Researcher gives lecture in Mexico

The concept of complexity science is being looked into many major universities around the world, so it wasn´t a surprise when University of Guadalajara in Mexico invited our very own Complex Systems Researcher, Massimiliano Zannin to give a speech about the topic. Massimiliano gave two lectures, one...

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Derogations of an EU Regulation

Emissions Trading Scheme, Kyoto, cap and trade, Climate Exchange, law of demand- all have been mentioned under the hot topic of CO2 emissions and climate change policies. With all of the concern of global warming- it's no surprise that countries are trying to ´go green´ now too.

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