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Wednesday, 16 April 2014

41. Success Stories - Digitising the past

Although millions of books are scanned and put online every year, making old documents and texts available on the web is a difficult and painstaking process. [read more]

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

42. EU project explores the potential of clusters for cross-sector innovation

Clusters are regional hubs of competences in a given industry or technology branch, representing a critical mass of actors from R&D, industry and other institutional contexts. They are seen as an essential trigger in innovation policy to make European SMEs more competitive. Maintaining and improving the competitiveness of clusters in Europe is the core aim of CLUSTRAT, an EU-backed project. Quality validation date: 2014-04-15 [read more]

43. Eurostars approved as part of EU Innovation Investment package

Published on: 15-April-2014 On the occasion of the last plenary sitting of the European Parliament before the European elections, the next phase of Eurostars under Horizon 2020 has received full (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

44. New tool to increase transparency in humanitarian and development aid

The 'EU Aid Explorer' is a one-stop-shop for aid information. This web tool has been developed by the JRC in close collaboration with Directorates General Development and Cooperation - EuropeAid and Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection ECHO. It provides easy access to clear and comprehensive data on development and humanitarian aid around the world. [read more]

45. Research Headlines - Probing the brain without surgery

A breakthrough European research project has developed a safe and simple approach that avoids surgery and its associated risks in order to help patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI). The BrainSafe project uses an innovative technology for non-invasive monitoring of intracranial pressure (ICP), the pressure inside the skull and thus the brain tissue and the surrounding fluid. [read more]

Monday, 14 April 2014

46. EU research offers 'promise' of improved food safety

The issue of food safety has rocketed up the political agenda in recent years but despite huge improvements, some concerns and problems still persist. Fears about our food are moving away from issues about ensuring an adequate supply and choice of products towards matters of food safety, animal welfare, plant health and labelling and traceability. The EU-financed project PROMISE, launched in January 2012, aims to address some of these concerns and issues. Quality validation date: 2014-04-14 [read more]

47. EUREKA, the European network for innovation is calling for projects to fund

Published on: 14-April-2014 EUREKA launched a new call for technological innovation projects.National innovation and funding agencies from four European countries are taking part in the call (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News


European partnership creates intelligent jacket for firemen filled with innovative tech A smart jacket developed during the Czech-led research project EURIPIDES INTEX could soon help firefighters stay safer on the job and be on the market by 2016. [read more]

49. New Commission study identifies Europe's top ICT hubs

Wondering what makes an ICT hotspot? Take a look at Munich, London, Paris or smaller cities such as Darmstadt identified in a new EU Atlas of ICT hotspots. This atlas shows where digital technologies thrive and examines the factors contributing to this success. [read more]

50. New study identifies Europe's 34 ICT hubs

ICT excellence is highly concentrated in a few areas in Europe which are closely clustered among themselves. These are the main conclusions of a JRC-led study which maps ICT activity and ranks European regions based on their performance. Results show that most ICT activity takes place in 34 EU regions (out the 1303 analysed) located in 12 countries, which represent a large share of the total EU ICT activity. [read more]

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