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  1. Industrial innovation and cooperation at the European level

    Photonics are growing in importance in Europe, that is the reason behind the establishment of a Public Private Partnership (PPP) under Horizon 2020. Photonics are of paramount importance for Europe. Hence, a Public Private Partnership (PPP) is expected to ...

    nikolty - 09/04/2014

  2. Patients with kidney failure to get a new lease on life

    10/04/2014 End stage kidney disease is a global public health problem with an estimated 2.4 million patients on dialysis. The number of new cases is rising (7-8% annually) due to population ageing and increased diabetes prevalence. The NEPHRON+ project is ...

    Newsroom - 10/04/2014

  3. ICT Proposers' Day 2012

    ICT Proposers' Day 2012 in Warsaw attracts more than 1500 participants from all over the world--- Posted by the DG CONNECT's team responsible for ICT Proposer's Day Last week we were in Warsaw for ICT Proposers' Day – the major network ...

    solasli - 11/10/2012 - 4 comments

  4. Spectrum needs for Smart Grids – join the debate!

    To launch the debate on "Spectrum for wireless innovation in Europe", Peter Moray (Director, EUTC) has provided us with his recommendations on the spectrum needs for smart grids.--- Posted by Daniel Kitscha (DG INFSO, Radio Spectrum Policy, Digi ...

    editor - 03/10/2012 - 7 comments

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    The rise of the Open Innovators: a look back at the Innovation Convention 2014

    Based on the discussions during the fringe session Killing the European Zombies and Raising the Open Innovators organised by the Big Innovation Center Through different initiatives and policies the European Commission is trying to tackle the economic cris ...

    salmebr - 11/04/2014 - 1 comment

  6. Spectrum needs for Intelligent Transport Systems – join the debate!

    To launch the debate on "Spectrum for wireless innovation in Europe" (Digital Agenda Assembly Workshop 17- #daa11spectrum) Knut Evensen (Chief Technologist, Q-Free ASA) has provided us with his recommendations on the spectrum needs for intellige ...

    editor - 03/10/2012 - 3 comments

  7. Infographic- The Atlas of ICT Activity in Europe

    11/02/2014 The infographic offers a snapshot on the performance of regions that are identified as the main locations of ICT activity in Europe. It is meant to provide a comprehensive picture of how ICT activity is distributed across Europe and of its main ...

    Newsroom - 14/04/2014

  8. Study on European ICT Poles of Excellence

    04/04/2014 This study drew up an Atlas of European ICT Poles of Excellence (ICT hotspots), i.e. areas where digital technologies thrive and identified the special factors which contribute to their success. More information Contact Report/Study Science and ...

    Newsroom - 14/04/2014

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

    14/04/2014 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 ...

    Newsroom - 14/04/2014

  10. Your views on Europe's Digital Future

    24/10/2012 to 02/12/2012 Help us shape the Digital Agenda for Europe The European Commission's Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT) has launched a Stakeholder Survey to learn more about individuals, gro ...

    Newsroom - 14/04/2014