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Published on: 14-January-2015 Participants from Spain and South Korea are invited to submit joint project proposals for collaborative industry-led R&D projects aimed at creating new products, pr (...) [read more]
Published on: 14-January-2015 Sweden will succeed Switzerland as the country chairing the EUREKA Network, for the period running from July 2015 to end of June 2016. It will then be replaced by Spain (...) [read more]
DRIVERS will present its findings and recommendations at the European Parliament on 3 February 2015. The event titled ‘Tackling societal challenges: solutions from DRIVERS for Health Equity’ will provide an opportunity to learn about the research findings and overarching principles for policy and practice that help reduce health inequalities across the life course, and debate with Members of the European Parliament and policy makers on how to incorporate the recommendations from DRIVERS in existing, emerging and future policy initiatives. With a new European Parliament, a new European Commission and a mid-term review of the Europe 2020 strategy underway, the time is ripe for policies to be developed based on the very latest pan-European research evidence to tackle an issue that threatens attainment of Europe2020. The conference is taking place at the European Parliament (Paul-Henri Spaak Room P7C050), Brussels. [read more]
Published on: 13-January-2015 Together with EUREKA Individual projects and Eurostars projects, Clusters are one of EUREKA’s three support instruments. read more]
'Destination Europe' events showcase the vibrant and exciting research and innovation culture in Europe and the opportunities available to researchers, from anywhere in the world, interested in working in Europe. It is a joint initiative of the European Union and its Member States. At this event you will find: • Experts from European research organizations, funding agencies and European Commission services presenting programmes, initiatives, and opportunities to develop your research career in Europe; • Researchers who have had the experience of moving to Europe temporarily or permanently sharing their experience; • Information about the practicalities of moving to Europe (scientific visa, mobility centers, etc.); • An exhibition space with stands providing additional information. [read more]
By relying on district heating combined with heat and power production, municipalities in Sweden power their cities from renewable energy sources. [read more]
Published on: 13-January-2015 The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) recently released a review of intellectual property indicators for 2013. Patent applications grew by 9% globally bet (...) [read more]
Customise your sports watching experience with Georacing The Georacing technology is set to revolutionise outdoor sport coverage as we know it. Viewers, broadcasters, participants and organisers alike can already benefit from an enhanced, bespoke viewing experience of sailing, rally or cycling competitions. [read more]
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The negative impact of the Ebola outbreak on household incomes and markets has led to food insecurity due to lack of access to food. Economic activities have been seriously disrupted as a result of restrictions that were imposed on movement and trade in order to limit the transmission of the disease. This economic slowdown has hit all areas of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, irrespective of the magnitude of the Ebola epidemic. [read more]
Pre-register for InnoApps Hackathon Final on 4 Februaryat Bibliothèque Solvay. The event showcases the 'InnoApps Hackathon – Pitch Your App!’, followed by a high-level discussion 'Urban Smart – App Life or City Life?’. The first session is an exciting pitching competition featuring the best six innovative apps for smart cities, created for InnoApps Hackathon by young coders. The panel session discusses the future vision of fully interconnected cities where apps play an ever increasing role in everyday life and the opportunities this offers to young people, startups, SMEs and society at large. At the award ceremony the best app creators receive a total of 35 000 EUR (20 000 for the winner, 10 000 for the runner up and 5 000 for third place). [read more]