Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


Mercè Griera i Fisa, from the European Commission's DG Connect, speaks about funding opportunities for ICT for Transport in Horizon 2020. Read more
The research project PredictND, co-funded by the EU, will take an important step towards better prediction, diagnostics and management of memory disorders. Read more
European Robotics Forum in Rovereto, Italy
The presentations are available now from the session on FP7 Projects Results at the European Robotics Forum 2014 Read more
European Parliament, Strasbourg, 12 March 2014 Read more
EIT ICT Labs will offer the opportunity for 24 early stage start-ups all over Europe to become part of the pan-European ecosystem and get their businesses up and running. Successful participants will be awarded with 40,000 Euro cash, office space for six months, and coaching and mentoring from experts of the EIT ICT Labs Business Development Accelerator. Prize winners will become part of the unique European innovation ecosystem of EIT ICT Labs that provides access to a network of investors and venture capitalists as well as to the European market through worldwide leading companies. Read more

In September 2013, the European Commission consulted national audiovisual regulators on the tools used in the application of Article 13 AVMSD, dedicated to the promotion of European works on-line.

The questionnaire, the replies of the regulators that agreed to the publication and a presentation of the replies given in the Audiovisual Regulators Group on 19 November 2013s are available on this page.

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To prevent cardio-metabolic diseases, the European Commission has decided to fund an eHealth research project that will develop a so called "Wize Mirror": a self-monitoring system with the external appearance of a mirror. It will guide you towards a healthy lifestyle. "Your face reveals key information about your health and wellness." Read more
The Antilope project is organising a free webinar and workshops all over Europe on eHealth interoperability. This way, core national organisations will come together and achieve a common approach for testing and certification of eHealth solutions and services in Europe. Read more
Clinical trials to test new drugs, devices or treatments are not only expensive, they are also risky for the test subjects; animals or humans. Solution: Perform the tests using high-quality and reliable computer simulations. The EU has granted nearly € 1 Million to the Avicenna project to make this possible. Read more
You might think that such a new 'wonder material' would lie outside your everyday experience, but graphene is the exception. When you write or draw with a pencil, the graphite (the 'lead' of the pencil) slides off in thin layers to leave a trail - the line on the paper. Carbon's ability to form a thin layer of molecules is what makes graphene special - and scientists are starting to explore the possibilities for electronics and computing of carbon grids that are just one molecule thick. Read more