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Graphene is the strongest, most impermeable and conductive material known to man. Graphene sheets are just one atom thick, but 200 times stronger than steel. The European Union is investing heavily in the exploitation of graphene's unique properties through a number of research initiatives such as the SEMANTICS project running at Trinity College Dublin. [read more]
The JRC organised today a round table debate focusing on digital privacy in relation to citizens` rights in the light of new technologies and commercial needs, in cooperation with the European Council of Academies of Applied Sciences, Technologies and Engineering (Euro-CASE). [read more]
This conference, organised by the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies of the Joint Research Centre, aims to provide reliable evidence based on patent data analysis to support European innovation policies for a Digital Single Market. Registration is now open! [read more]
The workshop will reflect upon experience of cities in Europe and beyond in promoting electric mobility and the role of national and international frameworks and initiatives. Potential next steps for collaboration to boost electric mobility around the world will be developed. Different electric mobility experts will present their latest findings and opinions on future developments and needs. Cities are invited to present their experience in implementing electric mobility. The workshop provides a mutual learning opportunity for cities and offers latest insights in the global developments in electric mobility. A detailed agenda is available here. [read more]
The Graphene Flagship launches an open invitation for Expression of Interest for new industrial partners to be incorporated under the Horizon 2020 phase. [read more]
SINPHONIE, an EU-funded research project on indoor air quality in EU schools, and its impact on children's health, has recently published its conclusions. Based on the evidence gathered, the Joint Research Centre and the partners developed guidelines for maintaining good air quality. They are expected to contribute to healthier school environments in Europe. [read more]
Companies do not necessarily have the facilities, financial resources or human capital to run their research projects as they would like to. What can the EU do to help? You can register here. [read more]
The European Commission has confirmed the funding of 17 robotics projects under Horizon 2020. [read more]
The JRC organised today a roundtable debate to discuss the possible ways to support the recovery of the European photovoltaic (PV) industry and to retain Europe's prominent place in research in PV technology. [read more]
Underwater robots can explore seas and rivers, gathering in groups to solve problems together, if they learn to cooperate. How can we teach robots? [read more]