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01/06/2004
Possible elements for a Support Programme for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Competitiveness Read more
01/06/2004
This second GALILEO-specific call for proposals in the frame of the 6th Framework Programme for Research and Development covers applications in traditional fields such as location based services, road transport, maritime transport and aviation and rail applications. Read more
28/05/2004
Ministers will hold a further public debate on e-Health. The Commission will present its action plan for a European e-Health Area and ministers are expected to adopt conclusions inviting Member States to further develop and implement e-Health as part of national public health strategies. The conclusions would draw on the results of the Presidency’s e-Health Conference held in Cork on 5-6 May. The “e-Health action plan” covers everything from electronic prescriptions and computerised health records to using new systems and services to cut waiting times and reduce errors. e-Health spending within national health budgets is estimated to rise to around 5% by the end of the decade from 1-2% today, and the emerging “e-Health industry” has a turnover of €11 billion. The implementation of the action plan should contribute to better care at the same or lower cost. Read more
From 02/11/2004 to 14/11/2004
Online event
From an open and committed multidisciplinary perspective the Congress will focus on the concept of CyberSociety as its object of study. The Congress invites participants to reflect on the following question: What Kind of Knowledge Society are we heading for ? A call for participation in working groups is open until 11 June Read more
11/06/2004
Brussels, Belgium
The purpose of this one-day workshop is to hear the views of the players in the European mobile communications sector on the key challenges and barriers to the rollout of networks and services, focusing in particular on the move from voice to data services. This will provide useful background to the Communication on the sector, which the European Commission will address to the Council and the European Parliament. The workshop will be introduced by Commissioner Erkki Liikanen. The workshop is primarily addressed to senior management (regulatory affairs, R&D, content managers, etc – as appropriate). Attendance is free of charge but prior registration is required. Read more
27/05/2004
European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries (EFPIA) Public Conference, Dublin (Ireland), 27 May 2004 Read more
27/05/2004
Industrial Policy Day Press Conference, Brussels, 27 May 2004 Read more
15/07/2004
Brussels, Belgium
Analysys Consulting, DotEcon, Hogan & Hartson were commissioned by the European Commission to carry out this study. It analyses and identifies the options available for a liberalisation of spectrum use and the implementation of spectrum trading. It considers whether there are benefits from co-ordination of approaches across the EU and what issues to address in this respect. The Commission will hold a public workshop in Brussels, scheduled to take place on 15 July 2004, to present and discuss the study. Registration is now closed. The invitation as well as the agenda are sent to the registered participants. Read more

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