Europe’s ‘unicorns’ awarded thousands of euros to boost innovation

By |oktober 19th, 2017|Chrysalix technologies, EIT, EIT awards, European Instititute of innovation & technology, FeelSpace, Florence Gschwend, Julia Wache, News, Siten Mandalia, Solaris|

Europe’s most innovative start-ups include a belt that tells you where to go, lego-like modular solar panels, and smart chemicals that give wood a second life. But ‘unicorn’ companies are a rare species in Europe: EURACTIV went to Budapest to learn what the EU does to breed more of them.

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Navracsics: Education policy is tomorrow’s economic policy

By |oktober 18th, 2017|DG EAC. Education & culture, Education, Education expenditure, EIT awards, European Institute of Innovation & Technology, Hungary, national curricula, News, Tibor Navracsics|

Europe's future schools need to be more skills-oriented. Faced with falling education expenditure, member states need to keep focused on their education policy goals to ensure returns on investment, according to EU Education Commissioner Tibor Navracsics.

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