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Friday, 22 August 2014

1. Research Headlines - Setting common standards to boost smart metering

One of the innovations expected to help Europe reduce its energy use and cut emissions is the smart meter, which shows exactly how much gas and electricity is being used in real time. Various smart meters have been produced in recent years, but the widespread introduction of advanced metering infrastructures has been blocked by the lack of widely accepted open standards to ensure the interoperability of systems and devices. [read more]

2. Sharing experience to better implement the HR strategy for researchers - Mutual Learning Seminars - 20 November 2014, Brussels, Belgium

The European Commission is committed to increasing the attractiveness of research careers in Europe and to improving employment and working conditions for researchers. Further work is necessary to implement a sound Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R), based upon the uptake of the Charter and Code concept. HR managers from research institutions and funding organisations will come together to share their experiences and best practices when implementing the HRS4R in their institutions for the benefit of the researchers. Participants will also share creative and innovative, and yet feasible, ideas on the key elements needed to improve the current HRS4R implementation procedure. [read more]

3. Sharing experience to better implement the HR strategy for researchers - Mutual Learning Seminars - 9 October 2014, Brussels, Belgium

The European Commission is committed to increasing the attractiveness of research careers in Europe and to improving employment and working conditions for researchers. Further work is necessary to implement a sound Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R), based upon the uptake of the Charter and Code concept. HR managers from research institutions and funding organisations will come together to share their experiences and best practices when implementing the HRS4R in their institutions for the benefit of the researchers. Participants will also share creative and innovative, and yet feasible, ideas on the key elements needed to improve the current HRS4R implementation procedure. [read more]

Thursday, 21 August 2014

4. EUREKA public websites - CALL FOR TENDER .

Published on: 21-August-2014 In order to develop and implement a new version of the EUREKA and Eurostars public websites, a read more]

Source: EUREKA News

5. EUREKA public websites - CALL FOR TENDER .

Published on: 21-August-2014 In order to develop and implement a new version of the EUREKA and Eurostars public websites, a read more]

Source: EUREKA News

6. Research Headlines - Where a tyre contacts a road-a blueprint for a better interaction

Driving could become safer, quieter and greener thanks to TYROSAFE, an EU-funded project that has completed research on road surface and tyre interactions. A follow-on project is already using the results to develop common standards across Europe for monitoring such interactions. [read more]

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

7. EUREKA IBATCOMM project

Smart batteries live longer For vehicles, lead-acid batteries are a reliable way of storing energy, yet we rarely examine how to use them more efficiently - partly because they are often in dirty, hard-to-reach places. A new product could make monitoring batteries very easy. [read more]

8. Research Headlines - The cross-border initiative focused on defence against diabetes

Type 1 diabetes results from abnormal activity of the body's immune system and it is on the rise in European children and adolescents. A European research project aims to find out why the cleanliness long assumed to be the best defence against this disease could actually be the cause of it. [read more]

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

9. An interview with Pedro de Sampaio Nunes: How to fight the European innovation paradox (part 3)

Published on: 19-August-2014 Innovation is a priority for Europe to be competitive in the world economy. Nevertheless, to make it work a new market-oriented approach is fundamental. The second part of a conversation with Pedro (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

10. European Youth Digital Summit - 28 August 2014, Bucharest, Romania

European Digital Youth Summit (EDYS) will bring together over 100 specialists, young people and representatives of public and academic institutions, NGOs, mass media and companies from 14 countries (France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Cyprus, Malta, Greece, Croatia, Lithuania, Iceland and Turkey). The event is organized by GEYC and the Chamber of Deputies under the patronage of the European Parliament and will take place at the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest, Romania. The summit will tackle important topics for European young people such as digital behavior and employment, trying to find realistic solutions to raise employability and to encourage digital entrepreneurship. [read more]

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