As a key part of the Digital Single Market strategy, the European Commission has published the annual Europe's Digital Progress Report (EDPR), which monitors progress in digital policies in the Member States. The report benchmarks developments in connectivity, digital skills, use of internet by citizens and by business, digital public services, and investment in research, development and innovation in ICT.
The Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Open project Microflusa wants to revolutionize the fabrication of colloidal materials. While present production of innovative colloidal materials remains time consuming and limited to small scale, Microflusa proposes novel ways to break this bottleneck.
The European Commission has published the results of a study on electronic communications. The findings of the study show that Europeans are increasingly using internet-based communication. The study found mobile internet access increased significantly with 69% of households now having at least one member with a mobile internet access, a +21 points increase over 2014.
The attached document contains the English working translation established by EC services of the Cypriot legislation transposing Directive 2003/98/EC on the re-use of public sector information (PSI Directive) as amended by Directive 2013/37/EU.
The attached document contains the original language version of the Cypriot legislation transposing Directive 2003/98/EC on the re-use of public sector information (PSI Directive) as amended by Directive 2013/37/EU.
The 5th edition of the European Robotics Week starts on Monday 23/11. It will be a week full of robot related activities. You can visit research labs, museums, universities, schools and industries involved in robotics. Lots of activities are open for the general public and free of charge.
4 new National Coalitions for Digital Skills and Jobs in Belgium, Cyprus, the Netherlands, and the UK were announced at the Workshop Digital Skills for the Digital Single Market of the European Digital Assembly in Riga. There are now 12 national partnerships inspired by the EU's Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs, launched in 2013 to overcome the digital skills deficit in Europe. Digital skills and confidence are essential for everyone who wants to benefit from the opportunities offered by new technologies and the Digital Single Market (DSM).