THE EUROPEAN Commission has asked for electronics research teams - from both the private and public sector - to bid for money from a budget to promote studies and demonstration projects, regarding innovative computing-related technologies.

Using some of the last money still available from the outgoing Fifth Framework Programme of research, which will be wound up by the end of this year, the Commission has announced that it has earmarked Euro 450 million for grants, with a deadline for applications for the bulk of the projects of ...

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