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From 05/04/2016 to 06/04/2016
Graphene Flagship researchers will be highlighting the current challenges and latest breakthroughs on graphene applications and commercialisation. The workshop will be chaired by Frank Koppens (The Institue of Photonics Sciences -ICFO- Barcelona) and Nathalie Vermeulen (Vrije Unitersiteit Brussel -VUB- Photonics Team B-PHOT). Read more
Top 10 countries with the most .eu registrations
Top 10 countries with the most .eu registrations.
From 04/04/2016 to 04/04/2016
This week .eu, the EU's internet address, turns ten years old. Since 7 April 2006 .eu has provided a unique European domain for people and organisations in the European Union. At the end of 2015 .eu was the eleventh largest top level domain in the world, with almost 4 million registrants. Compared to the largest country extensions – .de, .cn, .uk, .nl and .ru – the .eu domain ranks sixth in the world. Read more
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From 04/04/2016 to 04/04/2016
Researchers from the EU funded project AlterEgo have found that people with similar personalities also use similar hand movements, which could lead to diagnosis and individualised treatment of mental health problems. Read more
From 04/04/2016 to 07/04/2016
SQUARE Brussels Meeting Centre
This year's edition of the Photonics Europe research conference will host the European Village: a display on European Research and Innovation Actions, Coordinate and Support Actions, and other EC-funded initiatives that showcase their consortium as well as their newest breakthroughs. Read more
From 04/04/2016 to 04/04/2016
Sheffield, United Kingdom
This workshop will discuss and revisit the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council’s Principles of Robotics, to consider their continued relevance according to the criteria of validity, sufficiency/generality and utility. One of the CoP members – Hilary Sutcliffe, Director at MATTER – will contribute to it by presenting a short analysis of the Principles for better self- and co-regulation in relation to the Principles of Robotics. Read more
From 02/04/2016 to 13/06/2016
The European Commission has launched a call for tenders for the establishment of a core service platform between participating Member States and the operation of cooperation mechanisms for computer emergency response teams. Read more
From 01/04/2016 to 01/04/2016
ABACUS researchers are using molecular motors and ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the substance that provides energy to all the cells in a human body, to power a biocomputer. They have shown that such a parallel biocomputer can find all the correct solutions to a combinatorial problem, rapidly and energy-efficiently. Read more
From 01/04/2016 to 01/04/2016
The FoCAS Coordination Action produced its Research Roadmap Manifesto outlining current research and future strategic directions for Collective Adaptive Systems. Read more
Smart ambulances
From 01/04/2016 to 01/04/2016
Every year all over Europe ambulances come to the aid of millions of people. A study suggests almost half of the cases could be treated on the spot and do not need hospital care. On that basis the EU-funded SAEPP research project created a Smart Ambulance that can respond quickly and comprehensively to emergencies. Read more
From 01/04/2016 to 01/04/2016
The Commission has issued a recommendation asking BNetzA, the German regulator to amend or withdraw its proposal which would lead to fixed termination rates 200% higher than in the vast majority of the Member States. Read more