Agenda. CDE Universitat de València
La Comisión Europea ha acogido hoy con satisfacción que un número mayor de empresas europeas del sector de la tecnología hayan suscrito el compromiso de atraer más mujeres al sector de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación (TIC). Solo seis meses después de que la Comisión Europea publicara un código de buenas prácticas para las mujeres del sector TIC, el número de signatarios comprometidos en fomentar que las mujeres jóvenes sigan estudios y carreras profesionales en los sectores de las telecomunicaciones, la tecnología e Internet ha aumentado de los cinco iniciales a los veintiocho actuales (más del quíntuplo). La Comisión también ha lanzado hoy el directorio europeo para las mujeres en las TIC, un nuevo instrumento en línea que reunirá toda la información sobre las actividades y empleos de la UE relacionados con las mujeres y las TIC.  [RAPID, IP/09/1489, 8.10.2009]
Culture is also a catalyst of economic and social innovation for our regions and cities! A study that has just been released by the European Commission explores the still largely underestimated links between culture, cultural diversity, creativity and – more largely social, scientific and economic innovation. Using concrete examples from different sectors and parts of Europe, the study illustrates synergies and positive spill-over effects produced by culture - through the creativity it generates - in areas such as learning development in a long life perspective, the acceptance and use of NICT by the general public, stimulation of research, product and service innovation, branding of cities, reinforcement of social capital, motivation of staff, modernization of public services etc.  [+]
Science, technology and innovation in Europe. 2009 Edition. It is widely recognised that knowledge and innovation are the key determinants of jobs and growth. With a wide set of data tables, graphs and written analysis, this publication draws a comprehensive picture of the Science, Technology and Innovation activities in the European Union as carried out by its people, enterprises and governments . It reveals in particular the contributions and expenditures on research and development; defines the characteristics of the high-skilled people participating. It further widely describes the innovation activities of enterprises as well as patenting which is one of the channels leading to commercialising newly developed technology. [+]
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