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Commission Recommendation on the definition of nanomaterial - guide
"Nanomaterials" are materials whose main constituents have a dimension of between 1 and 100 billionth of a metre, according to a recommendation adopted by the ...
There are many untapped opportunities to save energy and encourage the use of renewable energy sources in Europe, but market conditions do not always help. The ...
EU grants and loans in the field of eco-innovation
Safe use of nanomaterials: a case by case approach
Nanotechnology is delivering major advances today and also has the potential to allow “game changing” technological breakthroughs and rekindle economic growth. ...
EU nanotechnology plan: tiny focus on consumer protection
Everyday products from clothes to children’s toys contain nanomaterials. Regrettably, the European Commission today disregarded calls from the European ...
State of play of actions and initiatives by EU Member States, Research Funding and Research Performing Organisations and the Commission in support of ERA ...
European Research Area (ERA) Progress Report 2013
The report provides a factual base for assessing progress in target areas like open and fair recruitment of researchers or better circulation of scientific ...
MEPs back new regulation to limit animal testing
Legislation to regulate the use of animals for scientific experiments has moved a step closer after Parliament and Council representatives reached on Wednesday ...
Developments of a frontier free Internal Market and of the so called 'information society' increase the cross-frontier flows of personal data between Member ...
The results of a special Eurobarometer survey conducted by TNS Opinion & Social between 17 November 2006 and 19 December 2006 to measure the attitude of ...
Europe's .eu a soaring success in cyberspace
The .eu online domain name is enjoying a runaway success in cyberspace with over 2.5 million registered users during its first year.
.eu one year on - questions & answers
This April 2007, Europe's internet domain .eu celebrates its first year of being open to the public. Over 2.5 million domain names have been registered. This ...
The Internet is a critical element of the Information Society, particularly in Europe, where it can help bridge national boundaries and create a truly European ...
Article 13(1) of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive requires Member States to prohibit the sending of unsolicited commercial communications ...
Fighting Spam in the EU
The EU Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive applies to the processing of personal data in connection with the provision of public electronic ...
GÉANT academic internet links to Black Sea region - briefing
The Commission on 17 March increased the internet capacity available across the Black Sea to researchers in the South Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan and ...
European households becoming increasingly digital: survey
The drive to get European citizens to go digital would appear to be gradually paying off, according to the findings of an EU-wide survey. It finds that more ...
The "i2010 – A European Information Society for growth and employment" initiative was launched by the Commission on 1 June 2005 as a framework for addressing ...
Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs)
The use of Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) can help to design information and communication systems and services in a way that minimises the collection ...
The EU Safer Internet plus programme aims to promote safer use of the Internet and new online technologies, particularly for children, and to fight against ...
Conference on the deployment of innovative broadband networks
A conference dedicated to 'Improving the deployment of innovative broadband networks in European regions' will be held on 9 October in Brussels, Belgium.
EU Copyright Directive
The 2001 EU directive extended copyright protection to the Internet and other new media.
Industrial Property Rights Strategy for Europe - guide
The European Commission adopted on 16 July two initiatives in the area of copyright. First, the Commission proposes to align the copyright term for performers ...
Future direction of EU policy: innovation
Research and development (R&D) in life sciences is a precondition to pharmaceutical innovation. The Commission recognises the key role pharmaceutical R&D ...
The ICT Policy Support Programme (or ICT PSP) aims at stimulating innovation and competitiveness through the wider uptake and best use of ICT by citizens, ...
The Innovative Medicines Initiative is a proposed partnership between the European Commission and the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industry and ...
Research & Technology in the EU
Latest news about research and innovation policy in the European Union.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme
The European Commission's Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme is one of the specific programmes under the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework ...
CIP is a programme for SMEs bringing together several existing EU activities that support competitiveness and innovation The new CIP programme has a budget of ...
EU financial rules 2007-2013
Overview of new financial rules and funding opportunities 2007-2013.
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