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Over recent decades, advances in information technology have revolutionised the way that information is generated, stored and, largely due to the evolution of the Internet, disseminated. For researchers and scholars in all disciplines these changes present new opportunities and challenges for how their work is published, and the concept of open access is now becoming well established. [read more]
Action FP 1106 STReESS (Studying Tree Responses to extreme Events: a SyntheSis) is a recent example of COST’s commitment to promoting inclusiveness and supporting promising researchers from less research-intensive countries across Europe. In this case, research focuses on analysing the effects of extreme natural phenomena and climate change on the growth and wood quality of European tree species. [read more]
Today the JRC organised a roundtable discussion on how science can provide support to energy markets, with a focus on liquidity. The event also saw the official launch of the Baltic Energy Security Research Platform, a network of Research and Development entities, led by the JRC, willing to work together on energy security projects in the Baltic region. [read more]
European Commission MEMO Brussels, 17 December 2013 Why is the European Commission proposing research and innovation partnerships with the private sector under Horizon 2020? Partnerships in research and innovation address strategic technologies that will underpin growth and jobs in key sectors of a knowledge-based European economy and also target important... [read more]
Research obviously is a way of finding out what are the key factors that help us motivate one another, to push people into a positive space where they can be active, not for the sake of activism but for the sake of doing better things. And I think innovation is a way that we can enact upon that research. You have things like TED talks, and other kinds of speaking engagements where you get people coming and talking about the innovation that is going on, sharing that Innovation. [read more]
European Commission Press release Brussels, 17 December 2013 The European Commission today launched eight contractual Public Private Partnerships (cPPPs) of strategic importance for European industry. The partnerships will leverage more than €6 billion of investments to be allocated through calls for proposals under Horizon 2020, the new EU programme for... [read more]
The EU-funded Antilope project has released guidance documents and educational material for national, regional and project-based use in order to bring eHealth interoperability in Europe to a higher level. You can also attend one of the workshops. [read more]
The TRIP library is growing day by day, and has just released four new publications, addressing the community of transport researchers, stakeholders and operators. Explore the multiple dimensions of transport with one new Policy Brochure, and three new Thematic Research Summaries (TRS). [read more]
It is now official. The launch of calls for proposals and related activities under the Horizon 2020 work programmes for 2014-15 has been announced today in the Official Journal of the European Union. [read more]
Are you interested in finding how the EU can help ICT entrepreneurs and innovative SMEs under Horizon 2020? Come and find out how the Open Disruptive Innovation Scheme and Innovation and Entrepreneurship Support -announced in the Horizon 2020 Work Programme - will operate. [read more]