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From 01/10/2014 to 02/10/2014
London, United Kingdom
This event focuses on different areas of ecommerce, such as marketing, platforms, payments, delivery & logistics, customer service and the more generalist topics affecting overall ecommerce and multi-channel strategies. Read more
20/08/2014
European researchers have discovered a method of creating wearable sensors by adding graphene to shop-bought rubber bands. Graphene makes the rubber electrically conductive, opening up a host of possibilities. The sensors could be used in medicine (to monitor blood pressure/glucose, respiration), in the automotive industry (sensitive airbags), in robotics, etc. Read more
24/09/2014
Palais d'Egmont, European Parliament, Science 14, Brussels, Belgium
The StartUp Europe Roadshow will conclude at the 3rd annual gathering of young innovators and entrepreneurs from around the world, Unconvention 2014, in Brussels on 25 September 2014. Read more
12/09/2014
Design terminal, 13 Erzsébet tér, H-1051 Budapest, Hungary
Young entrepreneurs and innovators are invited to Budapest on 12 September 2014 to find out how to boost their business ideas and learn from those who have done it before. Read more
29/09/2014
Square - Brussels Meeting Centre, Glass Entrance, rue Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels
There are more than 1000 EU startups that build on top of technologies such as social media, mobility and cloud computing aiming to become future leaders in their markets, and more than 30 of them exist today in Europe. But how can we double or triple this number in the years to come? Read more
01/10/2014
Brussels
This event will focus on the future, the European Parliament and the forthcoming new Commission. At the same time the achievements of the Agency during the past 10 years will be highlighted and future cyber challenges for Europe will be discussed. Read more
20/08/2014
Trying to squeeze into tight spaces, carrying out highly repetitive tasks and living with back injuries: these everyday realities of working in aviation construction will soon be over. By bringing robots onto the factory floor to carry out the uncomfortable and tedious tasks, the EU-funded project VALERI hopes to place a higher value on human know-how. Seven partners, including Airbus, from Spain, Germany and Austria are building a working laboratory prototype and will test it in a factory setting by 2015. Read more
20/08/2014
Passionate about Virtual Research Environments and eInfrastructure skills? Do you want to expand your network and find out more about what the Horizon 2020 Work Programme 2015 has to offer? Then come to Florence for ICT Proposers' Day 2014! Read more
20/08/2014
Trying to squeeze into small enclosed areas, carrying out highly repetitive tasks, retiring with back injuries even while your expertise is needed: these everyday realities of working in aviation construction may become a thing of the past. By helping to bring robots onto the factory floor to carry out the uncomfortable and tedious tasks, the VALERI project hopes to place a higher value on human know-how. Read more
19/08/2014
Earlier this summer (5 – 7 June 2014), the Polo di Istruzione Superiore Leonardo da Vinci and Regione Marche invited experts and entrepreneurs to Civitanova Marche for a workshop aiming to build an effective instrument that would boost innovation across Europe. Read more

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