IT, Information, Media

When quantum computers become available, an existing algorithm will challenge current encryption techniques now considered secure. Work being done by an EU-funded project is laying the grounds for a solution.
Scientists supported by EU funding, have created a graphene-based device where electron spins can be injected and detected, with unprecedented efficiency and at room temperature. This opens up possibilities for the realisation of applications which use spin based logic and transistors.
As Alzheimer’s disease is associated with a wide variety of symptoms, usually observed through patients’ behaviour and actions, effective and timely treatment has proven elusive. An EU-funded project has contributed towards the capture of images which show the changes a brain with Alzheimer’s undergoes, at different ages, with promise for future diagnostics and treatment.
Digital technologies have never evolved at such an incredible pace. Yet, they are still leaving people behind: visually-impaired people, for example, are completely locked out from the use of touchscreen devices. An EU-funded consortium has therefore created the BlindPAD to exploit and enhance their remaining senses.
Fingerprint scanners, iris and facial recognition systems – the world of biometric identification is burgeoning to keep up with the ever-increasing demand for quick, easy-to-use security measures.
Amidst debates across the media about ‘fake news’ and ‘alternative facts’, does the EU-funded INJECT project offer journalists a solution to the challenge of meeting 24/7 demand for original content, while retaining accuracy?
With around 90% of the worlds data generated in the last two years alone, there is a pressing need for more efficient data storage and transfer. The EU-funded SPIN-PORICS nanocomposite prototype may have a solution.
The European Commission has adopted, on a proposal by Marcelino Oreja, Commissioner responsible for audio-visual policy, the second report from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council and the Economic and Social Committee on the application of Directive 89/552/E...
The European Commission, DG XIII, has published a detailed list of the topics relating to the "Libraries" sector of the specific RTD programme in the field of Telematics Applications, for which proposals will be invited under the next call for proposals, due to be launched on ...
Over 160,000 school children, in more than 700 schools throughout the 15 EU Member States, will take their first steps in the Information Society in a project financed, in part, by the European Commission.At the initiative of Mr. Martin Bangemann, Commissioner responsible fo...
On an initiative of Mrs. Cresson, Commissioner for research and development, Mr. Bangemann, Commissioner for industry, telecommunications and information technologies, and Mr. Kinnock, Commissioner for transport, the European Commission has set up six task forces to develop in...
The "Libraries" sector of the Community''s Telematics Applications programme has published a document providing synopses of projects for the application of telematic systems in libraries, supported by the European Commission under the Third Framework Programme for Research and ...
CORDIS, the European Community R&D Information Service, has recently launched a new Web entry point giving access to information on several INNOVATION programme activities aimed at Increasing Awareness of Innovation.This service provides direct access to redeveloped and expa...
Daily updates on the progress of the IST 98 conference taking place in Vienna this week are available on-line at the conference web site. Services include a daily newsletter at http://www.de.infowin.org/ACTS/IST/ rounding up proceedings at the conference, and picking out some ...
A new World Wide Web homepage on CORDIS, the Community Research and Development Information Service, entitled "Financing Innovation", aims to provide information on all aspects of innovation financing activities, carried out within the INNOVATION programme, part of the EU''s Fo...
The October 1997 issue of "Euroabstracts" has been published by the European Commission''s INNOVATION programme. It provides information on recent scientific publications stemming from Community research activities.Section I highlights a number of recent publications on innov...
The December 1997 issue (Volume 35, No 6) of "Euroabstracts" has just been published by the European Commission, DG XIII. One of the range of publications funded by the INNOVATION programme, it provides information on recent scientific publications resulting form Community res...
The 1997 "Euroabstracts" Annual Index has now been published. "Euroabstracts", published by the European Commission, DG XIII, contains abstracts of all scientific publications published by the European Commission.The Annual Index provides a guide to all the abstracts of scie...
The European Commission''s Task Force on "Educational Software and Multimedia", which began work in March 1995, has published a report presenting a review of the current status of the European educational multimedia industry and making recommendations for a Community action pla...
CORDIS, the European Community Research and Development Information Service, has just published a short video which outlines the aims and objectives of the Service and provides a tour of the main aspects offered by CORDIS. The video was launched at a presentation to the EU''s R...
Following the mid-term review conference of the "Bangemann Challenge", held in Barcelona on 7-9 October 1996, it has been decided to extend the Challenge to cities from outside the European Union. Under the "Global Bangemann Challenge", Europe will challenge the US, Japan and ...
As malicious hackers find ever more sophisticated ways to launch attacks, China is about to launch the Jinan Project, the world’s first unhackable computer network, and a major milestone in the development of quantum technology.
A study using electrical brain stimulation demonstrates that when it comes to creativity, too much learning can be a bad thing.
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