Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


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DiscoGnosis project will enable fast, cheap and reliable detection of tropical diseases with a simple blood sample and a cd player at the point-of-care. Read more
10 projects were selected for co-financing under the first H2020 call for proposals on Smart System Integration. Read more
Some of the biggest opportunities for growth within our economies and societies lie in the digital sphere. Europe is well placed to lead the way in turning digital opportunities into human and economic growth. However to do so we need to tackle a unique set of challenges, such as access for all, skills and cybersecurity. Widespread public engagement is required to ensure strong and fair rules will be in place, and in order to create awareness of both risks and opportunities the European Institutions must pursue their cooperation with all Internet economy actors, including when appropriate in a model of self- and co-regulation. This is the main thrust of an article by Robert Madelin - Director General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology at the European Commission - published in the latest issue of the Eyes on Europe magazine. Read more
2015 will be filled with light festivals, light and art, physics courses, lectures, astronomy, astrophysics, street lighting as part of the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies 2015(@IYL2015). This year was proclaimed by the United Nations to raise global awareness about light-based technologies, to promote sustainable development and to provide solutions to global challenges in energy, education, agriculture and health. Read more
Digital technologies provide a unique opportunity to preserve, access and spread our cultural heritage. But what are their socio-economic and technological impacts? The MAXICULTURE project provides a toolkit for measuring projects’ socio-economic and technological impact and how they can best use ICT in the cultural heritage domain. Read more
Questions asked by potential project proposers concerning the call Personalising Health and Care (PHC) topics 27, 28, 29 and 30 (H2020-PHC-2015-single-stage) have been answered in the document below. Read more
NANO-RF is aiming to produce a new generation of smart reflect array antennas for improved communication, and a low-cost radar for increased air traffic with better security. Read more
From 19/01/2015 to 20/01/2015
Paris, France
On 20 December 2013, The United Nations (UN) General Assembly 68th Session proclaimed 2015 as the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015). Read more
Charlemagne Building - de Gasperi Room, 170 rue de la Loi, B-1049 Brussels
Digital technologies and the internet are changing how social innovation happens. Over the last 18 months the European Commission has funded Nesta, the Waag Society, Esade Business School and the Institute for Research and Innovation to study this new phenomenon, which we call Digital Social Innovation (DSI). Read more