Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


Six cross-border health projects have been shortlisted for the European Health Award 2014. One of them is the EU-funded SALUS project. It developed a digital tool to register adverse drug events (or side effects), making drugs safer to use. Read more
This patient-specific surgical navigation system allows the surgeon to pre-plan and simulate the outcome of extensive orthopaedic interventions. Read more
From 09/09/2014 to 12/09/2014
Trondheim, Norway
Biannual conference on in silico medicine, computational modelling and big data. Researchers are invited to submit an ePoster on their project. Read more
From 03/11/2014 to 04/11/2014
Athens, Greece
In silico oncology is expected to significantly improve the effectiveness of treatment, since reliable computer predictions could suggest the optimal treatment scheme(s) and schedules for each separate case. This workshop is an opportunity for both shaping and advancing the new discipline. There also is a call for papers on the topic. Read more
Europe's broadcasting and wireless broadband sectors are essential to Europe's digital future and economic prosperity, and they are both hungry users of radio frequencies. Read more
These are the SME Instrument Phase 1 results after the cut-off date 18 june 2014. Read more
Do you want to know more about Cyber Security? Are you looking for partners or want to share your ideas? Then register now for the ICT Proposers' Day 2014 and join the Cyber Security networking session! Read more
Reports related to Radio Spectrum Policy adopted by or presented to the Commission Read more
On 2 October 2014 the European Investor Gate invites ICT entrepreneurs and innovators to discover ways to develop and launch finance strategies for their business plans via a webinar. Read more