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New report on standards for quantum technology was published on the European Commission’s website
The new report ‘#Standards4Quantum: Making Quantum Technology Ready for Industry’, published by the Publication Office of the European Union, is now available on the website of the European Commission’s Science Hub.
CEN and CENELEC to host a webinar on Standards for SDGs
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by the UN General Assembly, calls all countries and stakeholders to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
EN 17399:2020 ‘Algae and algae products - Terms and definitions’
In the spotlight
Algae are a material that is gaining increasing attention as a sustainable material with a lot of potential
New study proposes a standardization approach to identify trustworthy AI
A new study realised by the German technology organisation VDE and the Bertelsmann Stiftung demonstrates how ethical principles for artificial intelligence (AI) can be put into practise.
The new MTECH Master at the University of Luxembourg will teach ICT innovation through technical standardization
ILNAS, Luxembourg’s National Standardization Body, is among the founders of the new master « Technopreneurship: Mastering smart ICT, standardization and digital trust for enabling next generation of ICT solutions »
Trust in new technologies: CEN and CENELEC published a new series of European standards on cybersecurity
In a world increasingly relying on digital technologies and data to function, opportunities go hand in hand with potential risks. For this reason, cybersecurity is at the centre of international efforts, both public and private,
CEN and CENELEC launch the new flexible standards development process
This new process aims to ensure the timely delivery of European standards (following the track ‘enquiry + Formal Vote’) – a key issue especially when responding to Standardization requests from the European Commission - by giving more responsibility and
SABE to launch the new Joint Group ‘Circular Economy’
In the spring of 2020, the Strategic Advisory Body on Environment (SABE) will launch a new Joint Group on Circular Economy (JG-CE).
New harmonised standards on medical devices published in the OJEU will help in the fight against COVID-19
On Wednesday 25 March, the European Commission published three implementing decisions citing of a series of new harmonised standards (hENs) on medical devices in the Official Journal of the EU (OJEU).
New CWA 17525 contributes to building a fair data economy
Recently published CWA 17525 “ Elements of fair and functioning data economy: identity, consent and logging” is an important step to contribute to the development of a fair and efficient data economy.