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Horizon Europe runs: Council last decisions on Research

EU invests €95.5 billion for Research and Innovation. First calls already opened. However EU globally invests only 1.5% of GDP, against 2.1 in U.S., 2.6 in Japan, 1.7 in China and 3.6 in South Corea. < To read this article in another language, go to the Blog and select it> Latest decisions The EU Council

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Hybrid threats: the New Low-cost Wars

  Disinformation has now become the terrain on which a real war is taking place. Disinformation affects everyone, citizens and countries. They can be threats from revelers or attacks designed to undermine a country, a government, a leader, an economic group. Nobody is spared and the EU is developing all countermeasures to defend Europe. This

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New frontier: Digitalisation of batteries for smart energy and transport systems

Batteries Europe, a European Technology & Innovation Platform, is inviting the battery research and innovation community to join the first of its online workshops of 2021, focusing on the digitalisation processes for batteries that will shape the future of smart energy and transport systems.   This new frontier will be one of the emerging industrial

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EU to stop geo-blocking. You will travel and access your movies, games and shopping.

How many times, while traveling in Europe, have you not been able to access your favorite channels on the Internet, for movies, games, news and more? It’s called geo-blocking. Restrictions that are often imposed on alleged copyrights. The fact is that your subscriptions, which you pay regularly, cannot be used outside your country. The same

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Latest EU decisions on Horizon Europe, Space Strategy, Defence Program, COVID-19 Passport…

From 26 to 29 April, the European Parliament discussed and voted new legislative documents that will change the European Union in crucial sectors. Many dozens of legislative texts have been discussed, amended and finally voted by an Assembly that has now learned to meet at a distance: 705 members from 27 countries, 2,500 assistants and thousands

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EU-China Agreement on Investments: EU inquires citizens

  The sky is darkening over EU-China cooperation. The tensions between the Western world and China, despite the good business, are intensifying and the European public opinion is also beginning to make its voice heard. Also for this reason, and in view of the ratification of the latest Agreements of 2020 between the EU and

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