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Bror SALMELIN
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In Europe most of the companies are still focusing on the internal innovation processes by organising competitions and innovation challenges. Nevertheless, in much lesser extent they are using...
Vasso KOLLIA
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17 Greek and 4 European stakeholders launch a national digital coalition in Greece to secure more girls to the digital jobs.
Andrea GAGGIOLI
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How can mobile tools change mental health research and practice? Blog post by psychology expert and researcher Andrea Gaggioli.
Stefan VISSCHER
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mHealth has great potential. It allows you as a consumer to assess your own health status indicators. Such a tool could be beneficial, but introduces risks at the same time. This is where European...
Stephen DUNNE
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Recent developments in non-invasive brain stimulation and its application in cognitive enhancement.
Celine DESWARTE
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The European Commission should continue supporting a wider use of digital tools in healthcare, according to the eHealth Stakeholder Group, a European Commission advisory body. There are 4 major areas...
Bror SALMELIN
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Based on the discussions during the fringe session Killing the European Zombies and Raising the Open Innovators organised by the Big Innovation Center
Monica ANGHEL
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Ice cream and digital public services at CeBIT 2014
Willy VAN PUYMBROECK
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Some afterthoughts following the Smart Systems Integration Brokerage event from 11-03-2014 held in Brussels at the Commission's headquarter – the Berlaymont
Tom SORELL
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What difference can robots make to the lives of elderly people living alone? Robots can help with cleaning and other tasks, thus reducing the work that elderly people might have to do in their own...

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