In February the European Commission will kick off the interim evaluation of the two FET Flagships, Graphene and the Human Brain Project (HBP). A panel of high-level experts will evaluate and analyse the capability of the Flagships in delivering their long long-term objectives.
The outcome of the evaluation panel will help to fine-tune the current implementation of the 2 Flagships, their governance model and pave the way for future FET Flagships. Read more
Safer Internet Day (SID) is the flagship event under the Better Internet for Kids strategy. What started as a European event under the EC Safer Internet Programme has turned to a huge International event that in 2015 reached more than 28 million people in Europe and 60 million worldwide.
One out of three internet users are children!
Investment in research and innovation from the EU budget between 2007 and 2013 has greatly improved scientific excellence in Europe and strengthened its competitiveness by improving industry's capacity to innovate. Read more
More than a hundred representatives of civil society organisations, EU and national public institutions, academics and industry joined the 6th Community of Practice for better self- and co-regulation (CoP) plenary meeting last Friday 22 January. Each of the speakers’ presentations gave rise to lively discussions throughout a day marked interaction and dynamism. Read more
Practice quick thinking and train your precision skills by guiding bees and fish towards their goal, with this mobile videogame conceived as dissemination tool by the ASSISIbf project. Use robots to change the surroundings and control the animals - but don't expect them to obey easily. Read more
In February 2016, the European Commission will launch an open consultation to gather your ideas on what tomorrow's Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) programme should look like. Be ready to share your views and help identify the themes of tomorrow's FET programme (FET proactive and FET Flagships). Read more
The European Dialogue on Internet Governance is organised in a bottom-up manner. The content of the programme is initiated and shaped by all participating stakeholders from civil society, the business sector, the technical and academic community as well as European governments, institutions and organisations. After the call for issues is finished, everyone is invited to participate in the Public Planning meeting to discuss the issues proposed and set the agenda for the next European Dialogue on Internet Governance. Read more