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Christoph SANDER
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The #INC11 held in Fukuoka, Japan, was a special occasion for me and five other European PhD students who were invited by the European Commission to attend a conference meant to foster cooperation
Dimitrios RODOPOULOS
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Is "cross-layer" the way towards future computing?
Aleksandra DROZD
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6 PhD students have been selected by the European Commission to attend the 11th International Nanotechnology conference on Communication and Cooperation (INC 11) in Japan. As a PhD student from AGH...
John MAGAN
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Giving citizens a greater role in science can deliver the vision of "science for the people, by the people" for Europe.
Luigi PALOPOLI
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DALI empowers objects of common use, such as a standard walker, with intelligence and robotic abilities to help engage older users in exciting social activitie and preserve their safety and well...
Javier GUTIÉRREZ
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Thanks to graphene, the EU project INSIDDE makes non-invasive art exploration techniques possible.
Thierry VAN DER PYL
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The Human Brain Project Flagship call for systems and cognitive neuroscience community to join the project's next phase, under Horizon 2020
Georges LOBO
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FORGE helps students turn into active researchers by enabling them to run experiments on real-life research infrastructure
Oana RADU
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Good news for SMEs and middle size companies who need funding for new technologies. The European Commission promotes the Smart Anything Everywhere initiative meant to facilitate the creation of smart...
Elena ALAMPI-DAS NEVES MOREIRA
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Three young European talents were awarded last Thursday 23 April by Vice-President Andrus Ansip. Their designs received the highest number of votes in the e-Mark U Trust competition. After the...

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