Six leading international artists will be hosted within Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) projects to collaborate in areas such as quantum physics, supercomputing, robotics and life sciences. Read more
The Science Europe’s Scientific Committee for the Humanities sets out to explore the concept of innovation in an opinion paper published in December 2015, called 'Radical Innovation'. The Committee focused on the current narrative around innovation processes, in the context of European debate on innovation policies. It also analysed the dynamics which are at the basis of disruptive, or radical, innovation.
Since its creation in 1989, EUROPRACTICE has bridged the gap between academia and industry in the high-tech world by offering 650 European universities and research institutes affordable access to the latest IC (Integrated Circuits) design tools and technologies. This is reflected in the training provided by universities from which the best IC design engineers emerge, essential for the SMEs innovation in new IC products. This also allows research institutes to effectively collaborate with European companies in innovative research. Read more
In this blogpost, Eric Fribourg-Blanc, Project Officer in the European Commission (Components Unit), encourages experts in electronic components to register in the database of independent experts and become active members in the process of evaluating research proposals. Read more
The European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services (ERGA) expresses its serious concerns about the situation of one of its members, the media regulator in Croatia, the Electronic Media Agency. ERGA calls upon the European Commission to ensure the independent and effective functioning of all media regulators within the European Union. Read more