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16/01/2015
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
17/02/2015
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
16/01/2015
The 2014 Sustainability Report shows that a growing number of companies are turning to collaborations – with suppliers, NGOs, industry alliances, governments, even competitors – to become more sustainable. Research for this report was undertaken by MIT Sloan Management Review, The Boston Consulting Group and the UN Global Compact. Read more
16/01/2015
MobiHealth 2014 focused on the developments in healthcare based on the latest innovations in ICTs. Read more
15/01/2015
Since October, 64 new speeches were published in My Speech Repository, including BG (3), DE (3), EN (4), ES (7), FR (11), HR (8), IT (8), LT (4), NL (3), PL (8), SK (3), SL (3), TR (3). If you look for speeches, the most recent additions always appear at the very top of the search results. Read more
15/01/2015
In December 2014 we organized 4 Virtual Classes Read more
From 26/03/2015 to 27/03/2015
Brussels, Belgium
The 19th edition of the Conference SCIC-Universities, entitled "RE-MAKING CONNECTIONS", will take place on 26 and 27 March 2015 in the Charlemagne building of the European Commission. As every year since 1996, this event will bring together representatives of universities from all over the world, as well as representatives of a number of International Organisations and other European Institutions. The main objectives of the Conference are to raise awareness on EU requirements concerning interpretation and update participants on latest developments in the field, but also to offer a networking platform to all the participants and generate debates. Read more
From 12/01/2015 to 16/01/2015
Brussels, Belgium
DG Interpretation organized a "Training for Trainers" seminar for teachers of conference interpreting, in Brussels from 12 to 16 January 2015. The seminar was conducted in German by SCIC trainers and 13 participants from member states, candidate and third countries participated in this session, thus having the opportunity to improve their teaching skills and acquiring new ones. Read more
15/01/2015
The Pedagogical Assistance Evaluation Committee reviewed the requests from universities for the next semester (February to August 2015) and awarded a total of 251 days for training and presence at examinations. Universities have been informed of the proposed missions at the beginning of January 2015. Read more

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