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The Baltic Sea region is taking steps towards being an interconnected test site for the development of health care products and services. This is a huge benefit for SMEs which faster and easier can bring their innovations to the market and it improves the health care offered to patients. For the regions it means more efficient use of existing research and innovation infra structure and economic development. [read more]
From small seeds great things can grow. Take the invention of the World Wide Web, which scientists kick-started by sharing information. Now a new seed is germinating. Once again it’s the scientific community that has planted it, and again, sharing is the mother of ingenuity – specifically, the need to share and exploit the vast new data sets of the 21st century science. [read more]
‘Economic, Social and Environmental challenges: modelling policies’: FLAGSHIP partners are in the process of bridging the research results with policy making and are looking for experts’ views and contributions. The on-going work and the questions that emerged will be presented during this one-day workshop to be held at the EU Representation of Lower-Saxony, Rue Montoyer 61, in Brussels, Belgium. The workshop will take place back to back with DESIRE workshop and EMInInn final conference respectively on the 17th and the 18th of March. The workshop will include the following three sessions: i. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
The seminar will bring together researchers, representatives of research & technology organisations, SMEs, start ups, technology transfer offices and other stakeholders of the EUROMED innovation ecosystem, aiming to: - Facilitate the knowledge, innovation and technology transfer from academia to business. - Support the commercialisation of research results. - Offer the beneficiaries the opportunity to build better skills on the exploitation of research results emphasising to the soft side of innovation and the role of human capital in TT activities, from research to industry. - Develop and deepen awareness and usage of commercialisation instruments for research organisations, start-ups and SMEs, and innovation agencies to avoid pitfalls. [read more]
Today, on the occasion of the 2015 Safer Internet Day, the JRC presents Happy Onlife; an interactive game for children and adults, aimed at raising awareness of the risks and opportunities of the internet and promoting the best practices online. [read more]
Every year Europes tomato industry produces around 200 thousand tons of waste consisting mainly of skins, pips and fibers. Researchers in a European project are trying to find out if this material can be used in an ecological and economically viable way. [read more]
Published on: 09-February-2015 On the occasion of the celebration of EUREKA’s 30 years anniversary and in order to promote EUREKA Cluster’s initiative read more]
Source: EUREKA News
The "European Summit on Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing" aims to engage Europe's policy, services, researchers and market leaders to co-create a shared vision on how Europe can address the challenges and seize the opportunities arising from demographic changes through research and innovation. The Summit will be a major event, with participation of several high level EU players, government representatives, leading global thinkers and major actors from the business, academic, citizen and civil society sectors. Among other sessions, The Health Directorate of DG RTD is holding a thematic workshop entitled "The role of cohorts research in fostering innovation". [read more]
In the presence of Commissioner Moedas, this conference will bring together some 500 participants from key research and innovation organisations to discuss EU policies on three interconnected topics: Open Science, the European Research Area and Innovation.The conference will cover a broad range of issues including: • the results and outcome of the ‘Science 2.0: Science in Transition’ consultation • the ERA Roadmap • open labour market for researchers • building up an innovation ecosystem • future markets [read more]
The overall objective of the training day is to give an overview of the Horizon 2020 EU programme (how it works, the participation rules, project life cycle etc.) with a focus on the possibilities available for the Mediterranean Partner Countries. Target groups: Public and private research institutions (Universities, Research Centres, Scientific Parks etc.), Industries (Large companies and SMEs). This training is being held during the innovation week (3-5 March 2015) in Casablanca. It is co organised by the EU projects MENFRI and SOHEALTHY. [read more]