Horizon 2020
The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation

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E.g., 24-11-2017
E.g., 24-11-2017
  • The EU Prize for Women Innovators aims to give public recognition to outstanding women entrepreneurs who brought their innovative ideas to the market and to inspire other women to follow in their footsteps. After two successful editions in 2011 and 2014, the European Commission launched the third edition of the prize on 9 March 2015. Three prizes will be awarded: 1st prize: €100 000 / 2nd prize: €50 000 / 3rd prize: €30 000. The deadline to apply is 20 October 2015.
  • Understanding user's reactions to data visualisations will help and enhance user's abilities to understand information in big sets of data.
  • This short video animation will guide you through the first steps you will need to take to apply to Horizon 2020.
  • Find out more about Horizon 2020 in this three minute animation clip which will give you a general overview of the programme specifics.
  • Open Government, engagement of young people, open participation, emerging technologies in the public sector, innovative mobile eGovernment, privacy, cloud of public services...

    What is our vision of the societal challenge around Public Services? Which are the funding opportunities for these topics in the recently launched Horizon 2020 framework programme?

    Mechthild Rohen, Head of the Public Services Unit in DG CONNECT speaks about this. Enjoy this short video.

  • The goal of the Human Brain Project is to build a completely new information computing technology infrastructure for neuroscience and for brain-related research in medicine and computing, catalysing a global collaborative effort to understand the human brain and its diseases and ultimately to emulate its computational capabilities.

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