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MEPs call for code of ethics for robots
MEPs called Thursday for EU-wide rules for the fast-evolving field of robotics, to settle issues such as compliance with ethical standards and liability for ...
EU moves a step closer to a Single Patent
The European Commission presented today a proposal on translation arrangements for a future EU Patent, the final element needed for a single EU Patent to ...
New EU Space Programme
For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the Commission is proposing to devote EUR 16 billion to help maintain and further enhance the EU's leadership in ...
CRLs are analytical laboratories designated by Community directives and regulations. They are an integral part of European risk management system. The mission ...
Considering the constant increase of Quality Assurance and Certification schemes, the European Parliament has requested the European Commission to analyse the ...
Europeans welcome new science education web portal
A new, multilingual web portal has been launched that will help those involved in science education in the EU to share materials, resources and experiences. ...
EU sets out guidelines for ethical articial intelligence
Based on work of a group of independent experts, the EU Commission launched Monday a pilot phase to ensure that ethical guidelines for Artificial Intelligence ...
The 2012 EU SURVEY on R&D Investment Business Trends
The report contains the main findings of the seventh survey on R&D investment business trends based on 187 responses of mainly large companies from the 1000 ...
EU quest for food security begins with research
The Scientific Advisory Board for the new EU Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) on Agriculture, Food Security and Climate Change held its maiden meeting in ...
Is your milk chocolate the genuine article?
Milk chocolate is a favourite in the holiday season, and thanks to a new measurement method developed by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC), ...
Commercial access to Earth observation data: new EU proposal
Businesses and research institutions will soon have more reliable access to commercial earth observation satellite data, according to a proposal presented by ...
EU Court rules out loophole on animal testing
EU law protects the EU market from cosmetic products containing ingredients which have been tested on animals, the EU's top court ruled Wednesday, wherever ...
Central and Eastern Europe Beyond Transition: Convergence and Divergence in Europe
The focus of the Forward Look project is on Central and Eastern Europe ‘beyond transition’: the objective being to define the extent to which social science ...
SMEs in EU Health Research
Research-intensive small and medium-sized enterprises - SMEs are the main economic drivers of healthcare, biotechnology and medical technologies. High-tech ...
Action against Cancer: A European Partnership - briefing
The European Commission on 24 June set up a European Partnership for Action against Cancer, reinforcing its long-term commitment to the fight against cancer. ...
Need to Promote Cord Blood Stem Cells - Europe is behind the United States and Asian Pacific countries
Cord Blood Europe calls for better education and understanding about the value of cord blood stem cells among parents-to-be.
European Partnership Action Against Cancer: contribution of EU-funded research
On 24 June, the European Commission adopted the Communication, 'Action Against Cancer: European Partnership', to support the Member States in their efforts to ...
As news reaches the public about the spread of H5N1 'avian' influenza virus from Asia to Europe and Africa, it raises some questions. What is the difference ...
European guidelines for quality assurance in breast cancer screening and diagnosis
The fourth edition of this bestseller has been developed with input from over 200 professionals from 23 countries. New issues include digital mammography and ...
The EU's Seventh Research Framework Programme (FP7)
The objective of health research under the European Union's FP7 programme is to improve the health of European citizens and boost the competitiveness of ...
Faster access to better medicines: the Innovative Medicines Initiative
Proposed on 15 May 2007 by the European Commission, the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) seeks to overcome research bottlenecks in the drug development ...
Stroke research in the European Union
On October 2005, the Research Directorate General of the European Commission invited a group of leading European experts in the the way forward. A number of ...
Competitiveness Council
The creation of the Competitiveness Council in June 2002, through the merging of three previous configurations (Internal Market, Industry and Research) was a ...
A one-stop shop for EU-related terminology (InterActiveTerminology for Europe) in 23 languages opened to the public on 28 June 2007. The InterActive ...
High-Performance Computing and EuroHPC initiative
The European Commission unveiled today its plans to invest jointly with the Member States in building a world-class European supercomputers infrastructure.
EU looks to spend EUR 1bn on supercomputer plan
The European Commission unveiled Thursday its plans to invest jointly with the EU's Member States up to EUR 1 billion in building a world-class European ...
EUR 20 bn boost for artificial intelligence in Europe
The EU Commission presented a coordinated plan Friday, prepared with the EU Member States, to foster the development and use of artificial intelligence (AI) in ...
Research & Technology in the EU
Latest news about Science, Research and Technology in the European Union.
Invasive Alien Species in Europe app aims to enable the general public (amateurs and professionals) to receive and share information about Invasive Alien ...
Cooperation for research-performing SMEs
The major initiatives that favour the involvement of SMEs include selection of SME-relevant topics, SME dedicated calls, a budget earmarked for SMEs within ...