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Innovation Award for Women Farmers

26 March 2021 - The Innovation Award for Women Farmers aims to highlight the contributions women make towards rural development, forestry, and farming. Last week, the name of the winner unveiled.

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Support the FIE20 at the WSIS Prizes 2021

25 March 2021 - Vote for the FIE20 from the Regional Cluster North-East Europe at the World Summit on the Information Society Prizes 2021

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Smart Village: boosting rural areas with digital technologies

24 March 2021 - Rural areas represent most of Europe's territory (~91%) and population (~59%), but when measuring against socioeconomic indicators, they tend to lag behind urban areas. However, rural areas are key to solve many of the big societal challenges such as climate change or the sustainable provision of food, biomass, and energy. European rural areas are places of great assets and they can become more attractive if the provision of jobs, as well as a favourable climate for entrepreneurship, are ensured.

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Connecting the dots between innovation, technology… and European policies

10 March 2021 - Successful initiatives such as SmartAgriHubs, through Flagship Innovation Experiments conducted with the help of Digital Innovation Hubs and Competence Centers, help us connect the dots between innovation and policies to better put into practice technology solutions

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i4Trust: Data Spaces for effective and trusted data sharing

25 February 2021 - i4Trust is building a sustainable ecosystem where companies will be able to create innovative services by means of breaking “data silos” through sharing, re-using and trading of data assets.

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Rockit Impact Accelerator - first sustainable B2B accelerator in the Baltics

23 February 2021 - Start-up needed with IoT (sensor-based) solution for partnering with Linas Agro in the Baltic region.

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The unexpected effects of the Covid-19 crisis on the pig production sector in Germany

  • Animal Production

22 February 2021 - The COVID-19 crisis has affected our society and economy in many – and often unexpected – ways. Essential sectors such as agriculture were no exception to this phenomenon, and their workflow has been seriously hampered. The COVID-19 crisis demonstrated that it is essential for the future of the agri-food sector to put more effort into predicting and preventing pandemics as well as market disruptions.

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