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Digital 19-10-2017

Microsoft #TechTalk: Understanding Encryption

Data encryption is one of the most important cogs in our digital economy.

Digital 19-10-2017

What is next for eGovernment ?

This year the Estonian EU Presidency is putting eGovernment at the forefront of discussions leading up to a Tallinn Declaration. Estonia is ranked number 1 in the EU and has emerged as a global leader in eGovernment operations.

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Health 17-10-2017

Silicones – enabling the next big leap in prosthetics and health

Silicones play a very important role in healthcare, enabling the development of advanced technologies through innovation. They are a key part of medical devices such as artificial hearts and electronic prostheses.

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Energy 17-10-2017

Circular Economy and Salt

Salt industry is confident of its role to power the transition from linear to the resource-efficient circular economy.

Brexit 16-10-2017

Macabre Juncker speaks of Brexit and autopsy

Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker was asked today (16 October), as he faced the press together with French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, what is expected from his meeting with UK Prime Minister Theresa May to be held this evening.

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Energy 16-10-2017

Renewable gas: 5G Energy

Natural gas can significantly reduce CO2 emissions.

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Electricity 13-10-2017

How do we keep the lights on in Europe ?

How the capacity markets should be designed to avoid blackouts and to ensure energy security ?

Economy & Jobs 13-10-2017

The European Pillar of Social Rights: What’s next for social protection and inclusion ?

In April, the European Commission adopted the European Pillar of Social Rights to guide a renewed process towards better working and living conditions in Europe. After the promised ‘Triple A’ Social Europe by President Juncker in 2014, the expectations were high.

Brexit 13-10-2017

Tweets of the Week: Weinstein, Brexit ball games, and Catalonia

This week, Harvey Weinstein the world’s most hated man? Brexit ball games, Barnier’s no fan. And watch this space if you’re Catalan.

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12-10-2017

Top income protection recommendations for policy makers to build a more resilient future

As individuals struggle to ensure long-term financial security, Gary Shaughnessy, CEO EMEA, Zurich, reports on how employers and insurers can work together to close these income gaps.

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Agrifood 11-10-2017

Brussels Flavour Day: the role of flavourings in the future of food

The Flavour Day concept is now a roaring success! This is how it all started… Brussels Flavour Day, an event to celebrate flavours and their role in the future of food.

Energy 10-10-2017

Energy transition in France: What to expect from the new government?

The ‘Clean Energy for all Europeans’ package of legislation is the EU’s response to the Paris Agreement on climate change, setting out the bloc’s energy and climate policies for 2030.

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Politics 06-10-2017

Being a young professional: Tips and tricks

Joseph Lemaire, account manager at H+K Strategies Belgium, provides some personal insights on how to succeed as a young communication professional.

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Brexit 06-10-2017

Tweets of the Week: May speaks, Vestager takes on Amazon, and the EP debates Catalonia

Theresa May yet again looks a fool, Vestager says tax dodging ’s not cool and MEPs talk Catalonia self-rule.

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Transport 05-10-2017

Lightweighting: A solution for low-carbon mobility

Making vehicles lighter by using lightweight solutions is key to reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions from vehicles without compromising passenger safety.

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Energy 03-10-2017

Sustainability and salt

Salt is a basic material for chemical transformation, therefore, it can contribute to sustainability and be transferred in the rest of the value chain afterwards.

Agrifood 02-10-2017

EU Plant Breeding Regulation: Safeguarding Agricultural Innovation and Consumers

Plant breeding techniques have emerged as an innovation-driven solution to the many problems EU agriculture is facing.

Commission Statement on events in Catalonia

Commission: Independent Catalonia ‘would find itself outside of EU’

The Commission called today Catalonia's independence referendum "illegal", while the Catalan government said Sunday's vote had given it the right to declare independence from Spain.

Azerbaijan 02-10-2017

Ambassador: Criticism against Azerbaijan is orchestrated

“The closer we are coming to the EU, the more criticism we are hearing. But we are approaching the point of no return in our relations," Fuad Isgandarov, ambassador of Azerbaijan to Belgium, told EURACTIV in a wide-ranging interview.

Digital 29-09-2017

The Data Economy: Ownership, Access and Portability

Maximising the benefits of data-driven digital transformation requires the European Union to ensure that data flows across borders and sectors. The European Commission has identified emerging data issues during its preparation for a legislative proposal on the “Free Flow of Data”.

Tweets of the Week 18
Future EU 29-09-2017

Tweets of the Week: Macron, May, Germany, and Twitter

This week it’s Macron’s address, Theresa May in distress, German voters digress and Twitter’s a mess.

Digital 27-09-2017

Yellow Academy: Stopping an issue from becoming a crisis

EURACTIV’s Yellow Academy is a series of workshops on EU lobbying and communication with a strong focus on case studies.

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Politics 22-09-2017

Tweets of the Week: explosion over “Rocket Man”, big vote if you’re Catalan, and Boris shit hits the fan

This week: explosion over “Rocket Man”, big vote if you’re Catalan, and Boris shit hits the fan.

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Agrifood 21-09-2017

European biodiesel: the challenges of the RED II

The Commission proposal to revise the Renewable Energy Directive is not only lacking ambition, it is also a challenge to the entire biofuel chain, from farmers to industry.