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The European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) is a satellite-based augmentation system that improves the accuracy of satellite navigation ...
Using new technology and innovative operational advances Europe will develop competitive, integrated, safer, ‘greener’ and ‘smarter’ air transport systems for ...
Intelligent Transport Systems Action Plan - briefing
The European Commission on 16 December took a major step towards the deployment and use of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in road transport. ITS can ...
The construction of Trans-European Networks (TEN) is seen as an important element for economic growth and the creation of employment. The idea for TEN emerged ...
Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T) - the construction of the trans-European transport network is a major element in economic competitiveness and a ...
EU research in road transport
In this brochure, the European Commission presents a cross-section of the excellent work being carried out by researchers across Europe under the Commission's ...
SME brochure: Which European Research Programmes are most suitable for your SME?
This brochure is a publication of the European NCP-SME Network, adressed to European SMEs in order to provide them with information on specific European ...
EU ups its stake in COST science programme
The EU will add EUR 40 million to its contribution to the international Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) programme. This was announced by the ...
Cloud computing: new strategy to drive European business and government productivity
The European Commission's new strategy for "Unleashing the potential of cloud computing in Europe" outlines actions to deliver a net gain of 2.5 million new ...
Three new energy research infrastructures get green light
Three new European energy research infrastructures have been given the go-ahead by European research ministers and the European Commission. The announcement ...
Biological hazards include bacteria, viruses, parasites, prions, biotoxins. Some of these hazards have posed serious risks to public health, such as ...
Progress in the Development of Alternative Methods to Animal Testing for Cosmetics - Commission report
The European Commission presented on 13 September its yearly report on Alternative Methods to Animal Tests in the Field of Cosmetics to the European Parliament ...
SME funding allocated to innovators across Europe
246 smaller businesses (SMEs) from 24 countries were selected Monday for financial support from the EU's SME Instrument - a funding mechanism under the EU's ...
Infineon wins review of chip cartel fine at EU Court
The EU's top Court ordered a review Thursday of a fine imposed on Infineon Technologies for taking part in a cartel in the smart card chip market to fine ...
European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Strategic Innovation Agenda - guide
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is to significantly step up its efforts to drive innovation and entrepreneurship in the EU with the ...
FIWARE makes EUR 80m available for Europe's SMEs
The European Commission has launched the FIWARE Accelerator Programme, enabling EUR 80 million to be awarded to SMEs, Startups and web-entrepreneurs using ...
EU cloud computing board begins work
The Steering Board of the new European Cloud Partnership (ECP) met for the first time in Brussels on 19 November, kicking-off a process where public ...
EU earmarks EUR 8.7m funding for innovative businesses
189 smaller European businesses are to benefit from a total of EUR 8.7 million of funding under the latest round of Horizon 2020 research funding for SMEs, the ...
EU trade mark reform package
The European Commission, European Parliament and Council reached provisional political agreement on 21 April on the EU's trade mark reform package. The agreed ...
'Digital Agenda for Europe' foresees higher investment in R&D
The European Commission unveiled its new 'Digital Agenda for Europe' on 19 May. Among other things, the agenda focuses on more investment in research and ...
Brussels looks to boost health technology cooperation
A proposal to boost cooperation amongst EU Member States for assessing health technology will boost innovation and improve the competitiveness of Europe's ...
Key Enabling Technologies & European Industrial Renaissance
At the Key Enabling Technologies summit on 19 May 2014 in Grenoble (France), European and local entrepreneurs together with Research Organisations met to ...
Horizon 2020 Work Programme from 2018 to 2020
The European Commission announced on 27 October how it will spend €30 billion of the EU research and innovation funding programme Horizon 2020 during ...
Mapping the European ICT Poles of Excellence: The Atlas of ICT Activity in Europe
The EIPE Atlas presents the results of the empirical mapping of ICT activity in Europe and the ranking of the top European NUTS 3 regions based on their ...
EU looks to develop supercomputers in Europe
The EU Commission has launched a consultation calling for opinions on the future development of supercomputing, aiming to create a European initiative on high ...
Intellectual Property Strategy - guide
Intellectual property rights (IPR), which comprise patents, trademarks, designs and geographical indications, as well as copyright (authors' rights) and rights ...
Marine Knowledge 2020 brings together marine data from different sources with the aim of: Helping industry, public authorities and researchers find the ...
European Commission communication: Towards a space strategy for the European Union that benefits its citizens
Space policy is an instrument serving the EU's internal and external policies and responds to three types of needs: social, economic, and strategic. The space ...
Galileo, the EU's satellite navigation programme
Galileo, the EU's satellite navigation programme, has placed two more satellites into orbit. The lift-off took place on 27 March at 22.46 CET from the European ...
Science and technology
EU loans and grants in the field of science and technology - Audiovisual and Media - Information Society - Research
EU Alerts

EUbusiness Week no. 849
A Commission to tackle the crises?
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The Week Ahead no. 445
Transport and climate change - accessible cities - next ECB president - Brexit - foreign electoral interference in Europe

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