Open Evidence, in consortium with the Research Institute of Economics – Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies and EY, has been awarded a contract with the European Commission, Joint Research Centre for the development and piloting of a computer-based model that can assess the impacts of ICT-enabled social innovation initiatives promoting social investment in the EU…. Read more »
Posts Tagged: Social innovation
The main goal of STEM4you(th) is to provide young people comprehensive, high level vision of STEM disciplines and to inform them which skills and competence related to STEM will be valuable on the future European labor market.
Open Evidence participated as Exhibitor at the 4YFN, the business platform for digital startups, on the Smart City Expo World Congress held from 17-19 November 2015 in Barcelona. Open Evidence was selected as a showcase startup at the 4YFN Village, located at the heart of the Smart City Expo World Congress, where we could engage… Read more »
The 3rd SpinUOC, the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)’s annual event on research and innovation transfer, took place on the 18th of June 2014 at the Antiga Fàbrica d’Estrella Damm in Barcelona. One of aims of the event was to strengthen the link between the university, the business world and society. This year, eight projects… Read more »
On Tuesday October 21st 2014 took place in Rome the presentation of the results of the evaluation of the Kublai project carried out by Open Evidence within the scope of the event “Kublai – Punto a capo: Valutazione e prospettive di un’esperienza pilota di innovazione sociale”. The aim of the event was to start from… Read more »
Emergence by Design (MD), to which Open Evidence is partner, is a project funded by the EC 7th Framework Programme aimed at supporting promoters for social change by developing a community around new theory, practices and tools. The vision of Emergence by Design is to develop an international community around new theory, practices and tools… Read more »
The project has the general objective of improving the applicability of MIREIA eI2-IAF by intermediaries of digital inclusion across Europe.
The objective of this project is the evaluation and the feasibility study of the Kublai Initiative.