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Researchers and innovators from Georgia will now be able to participate in Horizon 2020, the EU's framework programme for research and innovation, under the same conditions as their counterparts from EU Member States and other associated countries. Read more
The European Union and Canada are strengthening their scientific collaboration in order to better understand and protect the Atlantic Ocean, and to sustainably use its resources. Read more
At the Transport Research Arena 2016 - held in Warsaw on 18-21/04 - the European Green Vehicles Initiative (EGVIA) presented five success stories funded by the European Green Cars Inititiative (EGCI) as well as the main findings of its impact assessment. Read more
This edition of the FET Newsletter brings the latest news on Future and Emerging Technologies research, projects, funding opportunities in 2016 and it reports on workshops & conferences and future events. Read more
189 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from 26 countries have been selected for funding in the latest round of the Horizon2020 SME Instrument. Read more
The European Commission has launched two Horizon prizes to identify breakthrough ideas that could drastically reduce air pollution caused by transport. Read more
The Commission presented on 19 April its blueprint for cloud-based services and world-class data infrastructure to ensure science, business and public services reap benefits of big data revolution. Read more
In a blog post, Thierry Van der Pyl, Director "Excellence in Science" at the European Commission, highlights significant milestones passed by both FET Flagship projects. At the end of March the Human Brain Project (HBP) consortium released the first version of its six ICT Platforms. The Graphene Flagship started a new operational phase under Horizon 2020. At a kick-off seminar, 6 Partnering Projects for HBP and 13 for the Graphene Flagship are being presented. Read more
Europe has the competence and skills to engage in the global competition towards Exascale Supercomputing. To fully benefit from the opportunities of the digital single market, Europe must strengthen the fundamental research on which digital transformation is based and build a stronger European High Performance Computing (HPC) ecosystem. Read more
Six internationally renowned artists will over nine months closely collaborate with EU-funded FET-projects in areas such as quantum physics, supercomputing, robotics and life sciences. Read more