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Anni HELLMAN
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If we really want to bring more creativity and understanding to the world of ICT we need to involve more women. They can help to create a better and more collaborative environment where innovation...
Willy VAN PUYMBROECK
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6 PhD students have been selected to attend the 11th International Nanotechnology conference on Communication and Cooperation (INC 11) in Japan. They will have the opportunity to experience the big...
Joan CABESTANY
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REMPARK uses a waist worn sensor to continuously monitor the evolution of Parkinson's disease symptoms, and an auditory cueing system helping the patients to recover their gait.
Andrea SERVIDA
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The third eIDAS high-level private sector event has left us with a clearer vision on what the needs of the private sector are. Trust, security and convenience were the key words throughout the day....
Thibaut KLEINER
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Network technologies at the core of the digital economy and society: the EU vision on 5G in the realisation of the digital single market and the preparation for large scale testing of the internet of...
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The power of components at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), 2-5 March 2015, Barcelona
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Employment participation of older workers is under-researched. We discussed this topic with experts in the field at the European Summit on Innovation for Active and healthy Ageing. This will also be...
Carsten SCHMIDT
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The biggest ICT event in Europe hosted e-SENS, e-CODEX and the European Commission’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF DSIs - Digital Service Infrastructures) programme, showcased some exciting...
Konstantinos MITSAKAKIS
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How to save lives from febrile infectious diseases? With two drops of blood and...a CD! DISCOGNOSIS project goes to Africa.
Lucilla SIOLI
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Two years ago we launched the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs to address the digital skills deficit and create more jobs in Europe. Today we need to build on our experiences and step up our efforts...

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