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Friday, 13 March 2015

91. Call for papers for eChallenges 2015

The goals of eChallenges e-2015 are to promote ICT Entrepreneurship and Innovation, facilitate Information Society and Applied ICT related knowledge sharing between government, industry and research stakeholders, raise awareness of the current state of eAdoption in developing countries, stimulate rapid take-up of RTD results by the public and private sectors, and identify opportunities for ICT related research and innovation collaboration under Horizon 2020. [read more]

92. Press Centre - Austrian SMEs to benefit from €290 million in EU-guaranteed loans

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Austria will get easier access to risk capital thanks to the new EU-backed loan guarantee facilities under the Horizon 2020 and COSME programmes. Two deals signed today between Austria Wirtschaftsservice (aws), an Austrian federal development and financing bank, and the European Investment Fund (EIF) will allow aws to enter into new loan agreements with SMEs as well as Small Mid-caps for a total of €290 million over the next two years. [read more]

93. Research Headlines - Double-teaming on neurological diseases

European researchers report a breakthrough technique paving the way for the first-ever stem cell-derived brain cell transplantations in people with Parkinson's disease. Meanwhile, research on brain cell reprogramming is moving towards potential application for Huntington's disease. [read more]

94. Robots take over the ironing

EU-funded researchers have developed a robot capable of sorting through and folding piles of rumpled clothes. [read more]

Thursday, 12 March 2015

95. 1st Technical Review Graphene Flagship: Main conclusions and recommendations

The Commission held last January the first annual review meeting of the Graphene Flagship, assisted by 14 independent experts in Brussels. This review covers the period 1/10/2013 - 30/9/2014. [read more]

96. COST presents its new Open Call at physics workshop in Sofia

In November 2014, COST participated in a workshop initiated by the Southeastern European Network for Mathematical and Theoretical Physics (SEENET-MTP Network) in Sofia, Bulgaria. [read more]

97. Call for proposals – Maximising the impact of EDCTP research: translation of research results into policy and practice

The purpose of this call is to accelerate translation of research findings from EDCTP-funded activities into policy and practice in order to maximise their public health impact in sub-Saharan Africa. [read more]

98. EU plans fully functioning capital market union by 2019

Published on: 12-March-2015 The EU Commission published last month a read more]

Source: EUREKA News

99. EUREKA, official partner for the European Business Summit

Published on: 12-March-2015 On May 6-7, 2015 BUSINESSEUROPE and the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium co-organise the 13th European Business Summit in Brussels, Belgium. Under the th (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

100. European patients and primary care – how satisfied are we?

A team of EU-funded researchers have confirmed the correlation between a strong primary care structure and person-focused care in a recent study. [read more]

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