KiiCS is a project funded under the European Commission (Science in Society programme) which started in 2012. One of its prime aims is to “incubate” art, science and technology through multidisciplinary actions.
The current EU policy and funding instruments have recognised that innovation consists of cross-disciplinary activities, which is not only limited to technological breakthroughs
“Camera tossing” used to refer to a cult, abstract-photography technique popularized in the early noughties. But now, it just may be the ideal way to capture spherical panoramic images, thanks to a German graduate student.
Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.
What recent national forward-looking activities tell us about the future of science and technology? What does it tell us about societal challenges that need to be adressed by EU research and innovation?
The EU Prize for Women Innovators will be awarded to three women entrepreneurs, who were at some point during their careers beneficiaries of funding for projects under the RTD Framework Programme (FP) or the Competitive and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP)