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03/03/2015
This infographic explains what 5G is, what it will bring and what is new with 5G and it gives examples of 5G applications. Read more
25/03/2015
Belfast, Northern Ireland
This workshop is a collaboration between the Northern Ireland Connected Health Ecosystem and GET project (Fill the Gap and GET Global), with SMEs having an opportunity to present their medicines optimisation solutions and meet with procurers and buyers in this area. Read more
03/03/2015
The European Commission and Europe's tech industry presented today their vision for 5G. A global vision and standards for 5G will be discussed and decided together with international partners in late 2015-2016. With this early input, the EU stands a good chance that key elements of its vision will form part of global standards. Read more
02/03/2015
In October 2014, nine of the most promising startups from Europe won the 2014 OpenAxel Contest, organized by the Open Acceleration community OpenAxel, and were awarded with several prizes, including a trip to Silicon Valley, individual coaching plans with specific mentoring sessions, and credits and perks with top tech partners Read more
02/03/2015
What do international conferences and global cities have in common? They are both truly rich in experiences and activities but also daunting with busy roads and agendas. That is why the European Cloud Marketplace for Intelligent Mobility (ECIM) project created an application that will allow you to move through Barcelona and the Mobile World Congress venue at the touch of a button. Read more
02/03/2015
The three-year 'Robotic Manipulation for Nuclear Sort and Segregation' (RoMaNs) project will receive a total of €6.4 million through Horizon 2020. It aims to develop an autonomous robotics system for nuclear waste handling. This will avoide environmental hazards and dangerous working conditions. Read more
02/03/2015
Net Mundial is a global initiative for international governance of the Internet. It promotes continuous broad-based involvement of stakeholders from across the world to “energize a global movement towards a distributed Internet governance ecosystem to propel the Internet as a shared, neutral, and global resource for human solidarity and economic progress”. Read more
27/02/2015
You probably already heard about graphene, but do you know its "cousin" silicene? Learn more about silicene in this blog post from Athanasios Dimoulas, coordinator of the FET Open 2D-NANOLATTICES project, the first European project aimed to study silicene, a 2D semiconductor. Read more
27/02/2015
The European Conference on Smart Grid Standardization Achievements was organized by the European Commission (DG Energy) in Brussels on 26 February, in partnership with the three European Standardization Organizations (ESOs) – CEN (European Committee for Standardization), CENELEC (European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization) and ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute). Standardization experts discussed next steps in development of standards for smart energy grids with European Commission, energy industry and other key stakeholders. Read more
27/02/2015
A workshop organised in December 2014 on "Big Data Skills for Europe” brought together a set of experts to better understand the skills gap for big data analytics and to explore possible ways to bridge that gap. Read more

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