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From 20/04/2015 to 24/04/2015
Luxembourg
The next annual telemedicine and eHealth conference Med-e-Tel will be held in conjunction with the IHE-Europe Connectathon 2015. Read more
28/10/2014
On October 24 and 25 the German Sport University Cologne hosted a symposium about the results of the 3 year iStoppFalls project. This EU-funded project deals with ICT-based fall prevention and risk assessment of older adult that still live independently. Read more
09/12/2014
Stakeholders in the robotics field come together on December 9, 2014 in Brussels to discuss project ideas and consortia for ICT-24-2015 in robotics. Read more
From 06/11/2014 to 07/11/2014
Brussels, Belgium
Around 250 participants from Europe and beyond - youth ambassadors, academics, industry, NGOs, the European Commission and Ministry representatives - will discuss future and emerging trends on child online safety. Read more
27/10/2014
Communiqué de presse du lundi 27 octobre 2014: L'indépendance des organismes de régulation dans les secteurs des communications est la clé de leur efficacité. Read more
14/11/2014
Avenue de Beaulieu 25, Meeting room S1, Brussels, Belgium
Photonics21 with the support of the European Commission is organizing a workshop on pilot lines. Register for free to attend the event. Read more
From 25/03/2015 to 26/03/2015
Brussels
Net Futures 2015 is organised and supported by the European Commission and will replace the former annual Future Internet Assembly (FIA) after 11 successful years. Read more
27/10/2014
The EU-funded RePlay project is building a motion capture system that will be within reach of sport clubs. They also develop innovative techniques to produce state-of-the-art HD footage and to recover 3D motions from historical films. Read more
From 18/11/2014 to 20/11/2014
Brussels, Belgium
As key institutional changes take place at EU level and digital issues rank high in the European Commission’s agenda, a stock taking exercise on the achievements of the EU pro-competitive model will soon begin. Read more
27/10/2014
As part of its mission to strengthen Europe’s graphene research and development community, the Graphene Flagship welcomes its first four associated members: Netzsch (Germany), NetComposites (UK), ABB and Imerys (Switzerland).
Bringing together scientists, engineers and commercial companies looking to turn graphene and related materials from academic research into real-world products is the core mission of the Graphene Flagship. To that end the flagship has built a pan-European structure based on partner organisations, and the original 76 partners in 17 countries have grown to 142 in 23 countries. Read more

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