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Innovation Union is the European Union strategy to create an innovation-friendly environment that makes it easier for great ideas to be turned into products and services that will bring our economy growth and jobs.

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Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Events - EUSEW 2015 Energy Day Event. Pilot Scheme 1: A Holistic Approach to Smart Cities - 15 June 2015, Tervuren (near Brussels) (via Research & Innovation)

Pilot Scheme 1 (PS-1) - achieving and sustaining city society well being and quality of life - is a generic typically holistic multicultural integrated interdisciplinary interactive project based on simulation with a high educational value where the city (village or town) is treated here as a patient making this fascinating project that integrates Big Data not only surrealistically complex but also useful. Pilot Scheme 1 is embedded in the New Capacity Building Programme that integrates the Education of Tomorrow with the Governance of Tomorrow, Smart Cities and Life Sciences/Medicine. The workshop is basically for networking and shall explore the complexities of holistic multicultural interdisciplinary integration and collaboration.

Source: What's New in Innovation

 

Publication

A pocket guide on the Innovation Union

Europe's future is connected to its power to innovate. The Innovation Union, an action-packed initiative for an innovation-friendly Europe, is the solution.

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Country profiles

Click on any country in the map below to view its research and innovation performance.

Innovation Union progress at country level 2014 (PDF icon 5.3 MB)

Innovation Union progress at country level 2014
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Social corner - tweets from Innovation Union and Horizon 2020

 

Events

4-5 June 2015

WIRE 2015 (Week for Innovative Regions in Europe), Riga, Latvia

This 6th edition of the WIRE Conference provides a forum for policy dialogue on Research, Innovation, Regional Strategies and Growth. Held since 2010, it has been established as a debate leading to new proposals for improving the effectiveness of regional, national and European governance, measuring the impact and supporting regional development.

The Conference focuses this year on:
- From programme to implementation: the key challenges for regions
- How to close the innovation divide: the role of regions
- Overcoming the barriers to innovation and stimulating regional strategies 

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