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From 23/02/2017 to 23/02/2017
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation over the price caps for the fixed termination rates proposed by the German telecoms regulator BNetzA. The Commission intends to investigate further, in cooperation with BNetzA and BEREC, whether there are adequate grounds for setting price caps considerably in excess of the initial result of the cost model used by BNetzA. Read more
human brain enclosed by rays
measuring consciousness
From 01/12/2016 to 01/12/2016
What is consciousness? Can it be measured? FET-Open project LUMINOUS tries to find answers to fundamental human questions. Read more
disc with arrows pointing in different directions
numerical simulation of an object covered with spins (arrows) pointing in every possible direction
From 25/11/2016 to 25/11/2016
The Future and Emerging Technologies-Open project MAGicSky is neither about magic, nor about looking at the stars. Its very down-to-earth objective is to significantly improve information storage capacity and speed of information processing. In other words, MAGicSky research aims at developing extremely small and powerful memory elements. Read more
The text European Robotics League, brought to you by SPAR emblem in black and gold with a golden star
From 22/11/2016 to 26/11/2016
A first local tournament in this competition for Industrial Robots will be held between 22-26 November at the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences (BRSU) in Sankt Augustin, Germany. Read more
The official poster for the European Robotics Week 2016 featuring the iCub robot
From 18/11/2016 to 25/11/2016
The 6th European Robotics Week (ERW2016) officially takes off on the 18th November 2016 in Amsterdam. During a full week labs, schools, research centres and robotics companies open the doors to the public to show what robots can do to help us today. All over Europe there will be chances to meet the big humanoids and drones and to see how industrial robots really work, as well as toy robots for the smaller children to play with. Read more
From 03/10/2016 to 03/10/2016
These factsheets give the most recent analysis and data on eGovernment by country Read more
From 30/09/2016 to 30/09/2016
A new EU study looks at the remuneration paid to authors in the print sector in ten EU countries (United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Hungary and Denmark). The study was conducted to support policy-making in the area of copyright. The Commission is looking for evidence on whether, and to what extent, the differences that exist amongst the Member States' legislative frameworks affect levels of remuneration and the functioning of the internal market. Read more
From 05/09/2016 to 08/09/2016
Heidelberg (DE)
This workshop, organised by the FET Proactive project AQuS, concerns different ways to achieve analog quantum simulators as well as their fundamental properties and demands. Read more
From 23/05/2016 to 23/05/2016
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. Read more
Two small children playing. Thinkstock picture
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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