Horizon 2020 News
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The Seventh Annual Public Conference of the European Technology Platform for the Future of Textiles and Clothing will take place from 29 to 30 March 2012 in Brussels, Belgium.
The event will feature presentations from a wide variety of textile research projects funded under the a Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). The projects are furthering innovation and knowledge in fields ranging from new fibre ...
Innovation ministers came together to discuss the Commission's proposals for Horizon 2020 at a Competitiveness Council meeting in Brussels on 21 February. The plans for a new streamlined EU research and innovation funding programme, set to kick off in 2014, were outlined by Research, Innovation and Science Commissioner Máire Geoghegan-Quinn on 30 November 2011.
At the meeting, presided over by Danish ...
The 'EUROGIA+ marine renewables information day' event will take place on 5 March 2012 in Paris, France.
EUROGIA+ is a EUREKA cluster which helps facilitate the deployment of existing technologies and support the development of highly innovative new technical solutions. It also encourages cooperation and coordination among European companies by promoting development of low-carbon energy technologies. ...
On 30 November, Research, Innovation and Science Commissioner Máire Geoghegan-Quinn announced an EUR 80 billion package of proposed measures that aim to give European research, innovation and competitiveness a much-needed boost.
If accepted by the Council and the European Parliament, Horizon 2020 will be a key cornerstone of the EU's Innovation Union initiative, a Europe 2020 flagship policy that aims ...
At a special meeting in the European Parliament on Monday 7 November, policymakers, experts, Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) and astronomers alike came together to discuss the future of radio astronomy in South Africa as well as the wider context of scientific partnership between Europe and Africa, one of the key objectives of the Joint Africa-EU Strategy adopted at the 2010 Africa-EU Summit.
A pilot EU project that could revolutionise medical care was presented to policymakers and researchers at a hearing on Tuesday 20 September in the European Parliament (EP).
Based on the principle that medical treatment could be enhanced if it were based on individual needs, the ITFoM ('IT [information technology] future of medicine') project aims to develop a massive network of computer programmes that ...