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Europe's cultural treasures online: opportunities ahead

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The European Commission today publishes two reports to coincide with an international conference that is part of the Italian Presidency of the EU, urging cultural institutions in Europe put more cultural heritage online with government support

Training course on "Pricing, price control and costing methods"

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The European Commission will launch soon a call for tenders for the delivery of a two-day training on "Pricing, price control and costing methods" with maximum value of EUR 15.000 €.

Consultation for new FET Proactive topics: a first analysis

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In May 2014, FET launched a consultation to identify promising and potentially game-changing directions for future research in any technological domain. Nearly 500 contributions have been received, suggesting new topics, or further refining previously identified topics.
This first analysis provides an overview of the material received, with short description of the ideas (as stated by their respective authors) and putting them in context of some others.

Call for tenders for the first joint cross-border procurement in the healthcare sector

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The HAPPI project is financed by the European Commission and aims at detecting innovative solutions which address the needs of an ageing society in order to disseminate them in hospitals and nursing homes accross Europe.

European Union, Jordan and Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Ministers in charge of the Digital Economy launch new digital cooperation initiatives

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Digital Economy Ministers and representatives of ministries, the UfM Secretariat, telecoms regulators, development banks and EU institutions today pledged closer cooperation to reap the benefits of the digital economy for Euro-Mediterranean citizens, consumers and businesses.

"Growing up digitally" - Safer Internet Forum

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Around 250 participants from Europe and beyond - youth ambassadors, academics, industry, NGOs, the European Commission and Ministry representatives - will discuss future and emerging trends on child online safety.

European Union, Jordan and Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Ministers in charge of the Digital Economy launch new digital cooperation initiatives

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The Ministers in charge of the Digital Economy of the Union for the Mediterranean, under the co-Presidency of Dr. Azzam Sleit and VP Neelie Kroes, on the 30th of September launched new digital economy cooperation initiatives.

SEEMPUBS: maximum energy savings with minimum intervention for historic buildings

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The EU-funded project SEEMPUBS plans on using a new ICT-based monitoring, visualisation and control system to reduce and enhance historic buildings’ energy consumption.

Quantifying the amount of public procurement of ICT and R&D across Europe

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The focus of this European wide study is to quantify the amount of public procurement of R&D, ICT and ICT related R&D across Europe and develop guidelines for a measurement framework to continue to do so in the future.

EU Workshop on Spectrum Planning for 5G

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The first Commission workshop gathering national spectrum regulators, industry and research to discuss spectrum challenges for 5G will happen on the 13th November 2014. The debates will focus on usage aspects as well as technical and regulatory needs for 5G spectrum.

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