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Research & Innovation
2024-07-10
The Organ-on-Chip Roadmap has been published

After two years of hard work by 120 European experts, 10 focus group meetings, 90 working group (WG) meetings, and three revisions, the final version of the roadmap for Organ-on-Chip standardization is ready. You can download the roadmap here.

 

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Research & Innovation
2024-07-09
Discover the nominees of the Standards+Innovation Awards 2024

On 30 June, the call for nominations to the CEN and CENELEC Standards+Innovation Awards 2024 closed. A total of 25 nominations have been put forward by the CEN and CENELEC Members, representing valuable contributions to work on standardization.

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Research & Innovation
2024-06-04
PSIS 2024: Molten Salt Reactor Technologies Workshop report now available

CEN and CENELEC, together with the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC), carry out an annual ‘foresight on standardization’ initiative called Putting Science into Standards (PSIS), with the 2024 Workshop focusing on Molten Salt Reactor Technologies.

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Research & Innovation
2024-05-30
CEN and CENELEC welcome the Council conclusions on strengthening knowledge valorisation

On 23 May, the Council adopted conclusions on 'strengthening knowledge valorisation as a tool for a resilient and competitive industry and for strategic autonomy in an open economy in Europe'.

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Research & Innovation
2024-05-03
Towards Horizon Europe work programme 2025

The European Commission offers all stakeholders the opportunity to provide input for the development of the Horizon Europe work programme 2025, which sets out the funding opportunities for research and innovation activities coming up next year.

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Research & Innovation
2024-04-19
Standards + Innovation Awards 2024 - Call for nominations

The call for nominations for the CEN and CENELEC Standards+Innovation Awards 2024 is open for applications

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Newsletter
2024-02-01
EDU4Standards – Empowering Standardization through Education in Europe

EDU4Standards.eu is a brand-new research project funded by the Horizon Europe programme under Grant Agreement No. 101135705. CEN is partner in the EDU4Standards.eu, which is led by Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and brings together key players in education on standardization in Europe, including 11 university partners from across Europe.

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Newsletter
2024-02-01
InDiCo-Global to advance cooperation on digital policies and standards

In a world rapidly transitioning towards a greener and more digital society, the development of digital technologies and related policies has taken centre stage. Acknowledging the pivotal role of standardization in realizing its objectives, the European Union is committed to boosting the development and adoption of global digital standards for increased competitiveness.

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Research & Innovation
2024-01-26
The Horizon Europe project RISERS is up and running!

On 18-19 January 2024, CEN and CENELEC in Brussels hosted the kick-off meeting of the Horizon Europe Project RISERS: A Roadmap for Industrial Symbiosis Standardization for Efficient Resource Sharing. This three-year initiative will pave the way to develop standards that support building symbiotic collaborations among industries and sectors that allow keeping resources in productive use for longer.

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Research & Innovation
2024-01-16
Stan4SWAP kick-off meeting

The EU-funded project Stan4SWAP had its official kick-off meeting on January 15 & 16 at Piaggio’s headquarter in Pontedera (Italy).

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