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23/07/2014
The European Innovation Partnership Smart Cities and Communities Invitation for Commitments closed on 15 June. More than 350 commitments were submitted by around 2500 partners. See the infographic for details. Read more
23/07/2014
“If you have an idea for a business, it does not need to be a mind-blowing innovation; it just needs to solve a problem you understand well” says Cypriot entrepreneur Yiannis Gavrielides, co-founder of Covve. Find out how Covve has turned a simple concept into a useful product with the potential to be an important business facilitator. Read more
23/07/2014
Airports are big energy consumers – and that’s before a plane takes off or lands. The daily electricity and thermal energy used by a large airport compares to that of a city of 100,000 people. Read more
23/07/2014
On this page, the timeline of the policy on digitisation and online accessibility of cultural heritage is outlined, from 2005 onwards. Read more
From 09/10/2014 to 10/10/2014
Florence, Italy
During this session, H2020 measures to facilitate investment in startups and innovative firms and loans for R&I companies and projects will be presented. Read more
23/07/2014
Dr. Veronica Grieneisen, from the Computational and Systems Biology Department of the John Innes Centre, and Prof. Yaochu Jin, from the Department of Computing of the University of Surrey,two UK partners of the SWARM-ORGAN project team, appeared on BBC Radio 4's weekly science show "Frontiers". They discussed how understanding genetic regulatory networks of cells and biological development influences research into developing swarm robots, as well as the challenges and aims of working with actual robots. To listen to the full episode of Frontiers: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b047zrlc Read more
From 22/07/2014 to 15/09/2014
The study will aim to investigate into the conditions required for the development of harmonised interoperability solutions for the seamless exploitation of wholesale access products across the EU with the view to achieve a Single Market for telecommunications. The study should conduct a thorough techno-economic assessment of the virtual access products in Europe both existing and in a forward-looking manner, including an analysis of the existing and potential demand for such products, as well as an assessment of the conditions required for ensuring technical harmonisation. The categories of virtual access products covered by this study include Layer 2 next generation bitstream access (including VULA), Layer 3 (IP) bitstream and Ethernet leased lines. Maximum value 200 000 EUR. Read more
23/07/2014
On the 17th July the final review of the project funded by the European Union took place in Vigo (Spain). The achievements that have been obtained exceeded initial expectations. Read more
22/07/2014
The exhibition includes hands-on experiments, videos, illustrations, facts, and visualisations, as well as a wide range of graphene products. Read more
22/07/2014
This is the final report of a three-year study monitoring e-communications and information society in the nine countries that are or have been taking part in the EU enlargement process: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Iceland, Kosovo*, Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey. It analyses the progress achieved so far in achieving the targets of the Digital Agenda for Europe, and highlights key regulatory and policy issues determining investment in the sector. Read more

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