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19/11/2014
Soft robotics technologies are becoming a major focus of robotics and hold great promise to become a cutting-edge for the development of systems for a wide range of new applications especially in those areas previously forbidden to rigid robots. RoboSoft is a FET Open Coordination Action that aims to bring together and consolidate the soft robotics community to enable the accumulation and sharing of crucial knowledge needed for scientific and technological progress in this field. Read more
19/11/2014
The list of questions/answers below has been compiled on the basis of actual questions asked during some events and questions received by Unit "Complex Systems and Advanced Computing" since the launch of H2020. Read more
From 24/11/2014 to 25/11/2014
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The mission of the NIS Platform is to identify good cybersecurity practices across the value chain and create the favourable market conditions for the development and adoption of secure ICT solutions. Read more
19/11/2014
Experts of the EU-funded VERVE project have developed serious games and virtual reality scenarios that improve the lives of older adults and those living with conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and phobias. Read more
19/11/2014
Exploiting both the intrinsic spin of the electron and its associated magnetic moment in solid-state devices promises to provide smaller, precise and more reliable low power consuming electronic devices. Welcome to the "Spintronics" era. Read more
19/11/2014
This guide gives a summary of over 600 hours of research, from thousands of journals, articles, books and conferences. Read more
19/11/2014
Now in its 18th year, the Responsible Business Awards, which are free to enter, shine a spotlight on businesses that are creating a fairer society and a more sustainable future through their activities and programmes. The awards are open to businesses of all sizes – from SMEs to multi-national companies and across all sectors. Read more
19/11/2014
The challenge is teaching a computer to perform creative writing, to imagine. This is a complex task that researchers at the "What If Machine" (WHIM) project, a venture involving teams from Spanish, British, Slovenian and Irish universities, are trying to figure out. WHIM members Teresa Llano, of the team at Goldsmiths, University of London, and Tony Veale, at the team at the University of Dublin, contribute to this article addressing the current "state of the arts" in this field, providing surprising performance examples. Read more
19/11/2014
During a live demonstration in Boston (US), experts from the Trillium Bridge project proved that it is technically feasible to exchange Electronic Health Record (EHR) data between the European Union and the United States. This means that in theory it is possible for a local treating physician, provided the patient has given his or her consent, to request and access an EHR patient summary from the patient's provider across the Atlantic. Read more
19/11/2014
At the 6th meeting of the eHealth Network, guidelines on electronic prescriptions for the purpose of interoperability between Member States were adopted. Read more

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