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Useful for designing anticorruption policies

Intermediaries increase corruption, according to a new study

An experimental study analysed the interaction between public officials and citizens and found that the presence of intermediaries significantly increases corruption. Leer más

A European app demonstrates how Europe has evolved EU time machine

A European app demonstrates how Europe has evolved

The EU time machine app shows how European politics have changed our daily lives over the last 35 years. The app demonstrates how Europe has evolved by comparing the situation today with that of 1979, when the first European elections took place. Leer más

European Youth Event 2014 gathers thousands of young people in the European Parliament EYE 2014

European Youth Event 2014 gathers thousands of young people in the European Parliament

The European Youth Event (EYE 2014) brought together 5,000 Europeans aged 16-30 to exchange ideas on youth-related issues in Strasbourg on 11 May. They took part in panel discussions on topics such as human rights, youth employment, the digital revolution and sustainability and talked about their ideas for the future of Europe with politicians, journalists and other decision makers. Their ideas will be handed to the newly-elected MEPs during the first plenary of July. Leer más

The European Parlaiment launches an app to create a social media buzz before the electionsThunderclap

The European Parlaiment launches an app to create a social media buzz before the elections

The European Parlaiment is using social media to inform and create awareness. Thunderclap, is a new tool that will help to create a social media buzz to spread the news before the elections . Leer más

Young Europeans set policy goals for the new European Parliament European Youth Event (EYE)

Young Europeans set policy goals for the new European Parliament

Quality jobs for European youth, the recognition of informally acquired skills and ending the exploitation of interns and forced mobility were some of the goals the participants at the European Youth Event (EYE) set at the end of three days of discussions in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.  Leer más

Youth leaders will meet in Poland to discuss how to enhance youth political participationYouth Leadership Forum, Warsaw 6-17 June 2014,

Youth leaders will meet in Poland to discuss how to enhance youth political participation

The Forum will bring together 35 youth leaders, age between 25-35, from South-East Europe as well as Central and Western Europe, Canada and the USA to discuss on how to enhance youth political participation. You have until 16 May to apply!  Leer más

Young Europeans will meet at the European Parliament in Strasbourg at the European Youth Event 2014"Ideas for a better Europe"

Young Europeans will meet at the European Parliament in Strasbourg at the European Youth Event 2014

This weekend, on 9-11 May, the Parliament building in Strasbourg will host the European Youth Event 2014 (EYE 2014), for the next generation to generate ideas, discuss opinions and set the agenda for tomorrow´s Europe. Over 200 debates and workshops will enable 16-30 year-olds to air policy.  Leer más

With an encrypted system

Hermes, a communication app four times safer than an electronic ID

Hermes is a new instant messaging app that wants to compete with WhatsApp, Line or Telegram. The Spanish app is four times safer than an electronic ID.  Leer más

A new app helps women of all shapes and sizes design the perfect dressPlatform for ladies´ custom dresses

A new app helps women of all shapes and sizes design the perfect dress

Sizing a dress isn´t something that can be done online very easily. The only way to guarantee a perfect fit is to try on a dress in person – but that can be time consuming. This is the problem that Hong-Kong based startup Aurza is trying to solve. Leer más

A system detects global trends in social networks two months in advanceSensors hypothesis on the social networks

A system detects global trends in social networks two months in advance

A new monitoring method identifies what information will be relevant on social networks two months in advance. This will help to predict social movements, consumer reactions or possible epidemics outbreaks according to a study developed by several European and American Universities Leer más

Gabriel García Márquez, Nobel laureate writer, dies 6 March 1927 – 17 April 2014

Gabriel García Márquez, Nobel laureate writer, dies

The Colombian Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez, who unleashed the magical realism with his novel One Hundred Years of Solitude, died at the age of 87 Leer más

44% Of Twitter users have never tweeted Twopcharts survey

44% Of Twitter users have never tweeted

New research has found that 44 per cent of Twitter members have never posted a single tweet during their time on the social media platform. Leer más

3-4 brand mentions each hour

Strong associations between music containing alcohol brand and early problematic alcohol outcomes

A new researchers developed by Stanford Prevention Research Centerof Medicine and Stanford Prevention Research Center found links between adolescents´ involvement with music and their drinking-related behaviors. Study authors suggest policy or educational interventions to reduce the impact of these exposures. Leer más

Commissioner Mimica in the EESC to speak about consumer policyEuropean Economic and Social Committee

Commissioner Mimica in the EESC to speak about consumer policy

On 26 March 2014, Henri Malosse, President of the European Economic and Social Committee, received Neven Mimica, Member of the European Commission in charge of consumer policy. Mr Malosse expressed his commitment to bringing the civil societies of the EU and Croatia, the EU´s newest member state, closer together. Leer más

Massive price differences in broadband amogst Member States400% price difference

Massive price differences in broadband amogst Member States

Europe´s 400 million Internet users face a geographic lottery regarding the price, speed, and range of choice of broadband – according to EU data released yesterday Leer más

Youth, wealth and education risk factors for violent radicalizationMeasuring radicalisation

Youth, wealth and education risk factors for violent radicalization

Contrary to popular views, religious practice, health and social inequalities, discrimination, and political engagement showed no links. New research from Queen Mary University of London has found youth, wealth, and being in full-time education to be risk factors associated with violent radicalisation. Leer más

The EU proposal ends roaming chargesRoaming costs will drop

The EU proposal ends roaming charges

Making a call or sending an email from a mobile phone abroad will cost the same as doing so at home starting 15 December 2015, under legislation adopted by the Parliament´s industry committee on 18 March. Leer más

People judge  trustworthiness and dominance in 500 millisecondsStudy finds

People judge trustworthiness and dominance in 500 milliseconds

Scientists have discovered that it only takes saying ´hello´ for someone to decide whether or not you can be trusted. Leer más

Borrowing shop

The notion of sharing economy gets to Germany

Since its launch in June 2012, borrowing shops are under development in several Berlin districts, with similar projects being set up in Kiel and Vienna Leer más

20 Strangers First Kiss video becomes a viral campaign phenomenon20 Strangers First Kiss

20 Strangers First Kiss video becomes a viral campaign phenomenon

A short film featuring a first kisses of 20 strangers has proved a hit online receiving more two million views on Youtube.  Leer más

25 years of the World Wide WebMarch 12, 1989

25 years of the World Wide Web

From a single machine in Switzerland to a global network of computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets - the web has spread far and wide. The 12th of March was the aniversary of the World Wide Web Leer más

Barcelona chosen the "iCapital" of Europe€500.000 to expand innovation efforts

Barcelona chosen the "iCapital" of Europe

The European Commission has awarded the European Capital of Innovation ("iCapital") prize to Barcelona (Spain) "for introducing the use of new technologies to bring the city closer to citizens".  Leer más

Employers in UK promise to create 20,000 new apprenticeship placements Youth employment

Employers in UK promise to create 20,000 new apprenticeship placements

Over 200 employers have pledged to create 20,000 new apprenticeship jobs as part of National Apprenticeship Week. Leer más

A machine turns water into wineJust in 3 days

A machine turns water into wine

Miracle Machine, a device that allows you to make your own wine at home without exerting too much effort in just a short period of time Leer más

European banks fails in the accessibility of their websites, study saysOnly 26% of the banks show acceptable levels

European banks fails in the accessibility of their websites, study says

Researchers from the University of Oviedo (Spain) have analysed the websites of nearly 50 banks from the EU to check whether any user, even if disabled, has equal access. The results show that this right is not fulfilled in 74% of cases, and therefore they demand greater interest from financial entities in this technological and social problem. Leer más
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