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Published on: 03-June-2013 Celtic-Plus has established a (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
Published on: 03-June-2013 Enhancing and Focusing EU International Cooperation in Research and Innovation: a Strategic Approach The last meeting of the Competitiven (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
The main thing we have to think about is working together. We are all one big Europe so there is no need to just pray for your own little region. We have to come out of this problem together, all of us, so I think it is important for all the leaders to work together, to no distrust each other as much as they might be doing now and also think about the good in people. The people and the countries that are struggling, I know some of them and they really want to work, they want to solve the problem. [read more]
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for 7. 6 million deaths (around 13 % of all deaths). Despite significant efforts invested in finding a cure, deaths from cancer worldwide are projected to continue rising, with an estimated 13. Quality validation date: 2013-06-03 [read more]
Report of the Independent Expert Group on the Future of European Public Health Research. [read more]
Nothing can be done to prevent earthquakes from occurring, and researchers are limited in forecasting when and where they will strike and how strong they might be. Fortunately, a great deal of progress is being made to ensure that buildings throughout Europe are designed and built to withstand major earthquakes when they strike. [read more]
There are around 1.5 million sporting facilities in Europe helping people have fun, stay healthy, and have fun. [read more]
During the eHealth Week in Dublin last May, the Greek Delegation announced its intention to organize the next High-level eHealth Conference and associated events under the Greek Presidency. The Greek Presidency aims to encourage Member States to step up their efforts in developing national commitments, policies and initiatives supporting the implementation at large scale of the six Action Plans of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing. Industry will have an important role in this event, to acknowledge its crucial role as an enabler of innovation. [read more]
I think we can be concerned about the future. For example, there is an incertain future and we don't know what we're gonna have next what is the next challenges and I think it corresponds to a certain way of thinking nowadays: when you are planning programmes, budgets and so it's always for the next 5 - 10 years and we don't see further than 5 - 10 years and I think it's a big challenge for us, because we are always thinking in short terms. [read more]
I think we need to find new economic models that are more inclusive and more sustainable, again, and for that, we need to appeal to our creativity, which is actually a good opportunity, I think. [read more]