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Modernising the European public procurement market - guide
Public procurement accounts for roughly 17 per cent of the EU’s GDP. In times of tight budgets and economic difficulties in many Member States, public ...
FET Flagships: A novel partnering approach to address grand scientific challenges to boost innovation in Europe
The European Commission has published a report on its ambitious science and technology Flagships. The report draws the lessons from setting up the first two ...
EUR 2.1 billion funding boost for European startups
The EU Commission and European Investment Fund launched a Venture Capital Funds-of-Funds programme Tuesday to boost investment in innovative start-up and ...
Extreme weather won't affect crop output: JRC report
The European Commission says cereal production in 2010 will be close to the average recorded since 2005. According to a report drafted by the Joint Research ...
Commission calls for eco-innovation projects from SMEs
The European Commission today launched a €35 million call for projects that turn environmental challenges into business opportunities.
FP7: How to participate
This guide provides a summary of some of the main aspects of how to participate in FP7: financial rules, dissemination and IPR, and consortium agreements.
SME participation in FP7 research projects
A step-by-step guide on how SMEs can participate in FP7 research projects.
EraSME research programmes network
EraSME is a network of 18 national and regional research programmes supporting SMEs, currently supported under the Seventh Framework Programme. Started under ...
Commissioner offers preview of Research and Innovation Strategy
The EU's forthcoming Research and Innovation Strategy for Europe will focus on the major societal challenges, have a broad definition of 'innovation' and seek ...
EU Information Society and Media Management Plan 2011
In order to implement the European Commission’s work programme, each Commission department sets up its own work programme called the annual management plan. ...
Key Enabling Technologies - guide
Europe is a global leader in the development of Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) and it has all that is necessary to remain in this position. The EU holds a ...
A significant part of future goods and services are as yet unknown, but the main driving force behind their development will be Key Enabling Technologies ...
Sizing up Europe's app economy
The EU's app sector has gone from zero to digital superhero in less than five years. By 2018 it could employ 4.8 million people and contribute €63 billion to ...
Horizon 2020
EU Member States adopted on 3 December 2013 Horizon 2020, the next EU research and innovation programme. With a budget of nearly EUR 80 billion euro over seven ...
ORECCA (Offshore Renewable Energy Conversion platforms - Coordination Action) aims to create a framework for knowledge sharing, and developing a research ...
EUROfusion - the European Fusion Joint Programme
The European Commission and the European fusion research laboratories launched on 9 October a European joint programme on fusion in Horizon2020 - 'EUROfusion' ...
Next Generation Emergency Services project to be funded by the European Commission
On December 11th, the European Commission launched its Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2014-2015. A specific topic entitled "Communication technologies and ...
"NER 300" programme is the world's largest demonstration programme for carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies. The NER 300 programme aims to fund at ...
Coordinated plan for Artificial Intelligence 'made in Europe'
In the coordinated plan on Artificial Intelligence (AI) presented on 7 December, EU Member States and the Commission defined a series of joint actions to ...
Innovation Scoreboard: EU innovation good but not great
Innovation performance continues to intensify in the EU thanks to progress made by its Member States but Europe continues to lag behind Japan and the US, ...
Tackling diabetes in Europe: Issue 47 of the research*eu results magazine
On 14 November the world will be celebrating the World Diabetes Day for the 15th time since its launch in 1991. A lot of things have changed since then: ...
EU launches forestry sustainable development tool
EU researchers have developed a tool to help governments and industry make sustainable development the number one goal of the EU forestry sector.
European competitiveness report 2006
The Competitiveness Report focuses mainly on analysing issues related to developments of productivity, as a key indicator for competitiveness over the long ...
Information Technology Agreement (ITA)
The European Commission presented on 15 September at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) its proposal to update and expand the Information Technology Agreement ...
SESAME - major research facility in the Middle East
The European Commission and CERN have today agreed to support the construction of SESAME, one of the most ambitious research facilities in the Middle East. ...
EU issues first call for supercomputers sites
The European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking launched its first calls for expressions of interest Monday to select the sites that will host its ...
EU plans first 'Counterfeit and Piracy' watch list
As part of EU plans for an intellectual property enforcement system, the European Commission launched Wednesday a public consultation to establish a first ...
The Cosmetics Directive provides the regulatory framework for the phasing out of animal testing for cosmetics purposes. It establishes a prohibition to test ...
Horizon 2020 - first calls
The Horizon 2020 Work Programme for the years 2014-15 sets out the funding opportunities under the different parts of the programme; all are being published ...
Standard Essential Patents and the Quest for Faster Diffusion of Technology
Standard-essential patents (SEPs) have been critical to the ICT revolution. SEPs have allowed for the fast rates of innovation diffusion that the world has ...
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