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MEPs back fresh EU money for low-carbon technologies
Euro-MPs have approved fresh EU funding for the development of innovative low-carbon technologies to help cut greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by 2020.
Brussels looks to strengthen IPR protection
The EU Commission signalled its intention Thursday to crack down on intellectual property rights infringements, which it says cost European firms billions of ...
New EU Agency for managing large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice
A new agency for managing large-scale EU information systems was inaugurated on 22 March 2012 in Tallinn, Estonia, with the attendance of Home Affairs ...
The European Commission has adopted a Communication to the European Parliament and the Council which concludes that in view of substantial overall cost ...
ITER & Fusion Research - update briefing
ITER is an international collaborative project (EU, US, China, Japan, India Russia, South Korea) to demonstrate the potential of nuclear fusion as an energy ...
Innovation in the blue economy
Two thirds of the Earth is covered by oceans and seas. If we manage them in a responsible manner, they can provide sources of food, medicine and energy while ...
Opportunity knocks ... for SMEs with language skills
This year's European Day of Languages highlights the potential and the challenges of multilingualism for the EU's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). ...
The main objectives of FP7: Specific programmes
Knowledge lies at the heart of the European Union's Lisbon Strategy to become the " most dynamic competitive knowledge-based economy in the world". The ' ...
Marie Curie Prize 2012
The first winners of the European Commission's new Marie Curie Prize for outstanding achievement in research were announced on 5 November at a ceremony in ...
The first ever European e-Skills Week highlights the growing demand for skilled ICT users and professionals to drive a competitive and innovative Europe. The ...
Euro-MPs urge standard chargers for electric cars
Standard chargers for electric cars would be a major step towards a single European electric vehicle market, says a resolution adopted by the European ...
New research on rare diseases
The European Commission has, on Rare Disease Day 2013, announced EUR 144 million of new funding for 26 research projects on rare diseases. The projects will ...
EU funds Open and Disruptive Innovation
The European Commission is committing EUR 90 million to Open and Disruptive Innovation over the next 12 months.
For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the Commission is proposing EUR 100 billion for research and innovation. The new Horizon Europe programme will ...
EU moves a step closer to a single EU Patent - briefing
A proposal on translation arrangements for a future EU Patent, the final element needed for a single EU Patent to become a reality, has been presented today by ...
Scientists and SMEs join forces to fight influenza
Researchers and industrialists from Europe and abroad have clinched EUR 18 million in EU support for their collaboration on projects targeting influenza. In ...
Research for the benefit of SMEs
The aim is to strengthen the 'innovation capacity' of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Europe and their contribution to the development of new ...
Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement
The European Commission presented on 29 November 2017 measures to ensure that intellectual property rights are well protected, thereby encouraging European ...