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Publication of “Behavioural Study on the Transparency of Online Platforms”

  • Posted April 12, 2018

  • Posted by Federica Porcu
We are glad to announce that the “Behavioural Study on the Transparency of Online Platforms” carried out in consortium with the the London School of Economics, the University of Leicester, TNS Opinion, The Behavioural Insight Team and the University of Valencia has been published and it is ready for  download. The purpose of this study […]

mHealth Solutions for the Treatment of Mental Problems

  • Posted April 3, 2018

  • Posted by Dimitra Anastasiadou
Currently, the usage of mHealth solutions -mostly referring to Smartphone applications- to support face-to-face treatment of mental health problems is increasing. Patients with different mental health issues use a large number of mobile applications now that help them keep in touch with health professionals, self-management of their disease and promotion of healthy habits, diagnosis and […]

INLIFE selected as one of the 25 most promising EU projects on ICT and Healthy Ageing

  • Posted March 27, 2018

  • Posted by Clara Fauli
A European Commission study has analysed the impact of EU projects on the topic of ICT for Active and Health Ageing. The analysis includes projects conducted over the last 11 years and funded under three different programmes: the Framework Programme 7, the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme and Horizon 2020. The study presents a selection of 25 […]

PNS4: What post-normal science aims to be in its twenties? A symposium on resistance, reform and making of futures

  • Posted March 23, 2018

  • Posted by Samuele Lo Piano
Post-Normal Science (PNS) is an approach to issues at the science-policy interface where facts are uncertain, values in dispute, stakes high and decisions urgent. The framework’s name reflects the aim to propose an alternative to the scientific ‘normal’ approach, according to which scientist and scientific consultants are the only providers of solutions and ‘truths’ to […]

Publication of “Behavioural Study on the Effects of an Extension of the Access to Social Protection for People in All Forms of Employment”

  • Posted March 21, 2018

  • Posted by Federica Porcu
We are glad to announce that the “Behavioural Study on the Effects of an Extension of the Access to Social Protection for People in All Forms of Employment” carried out in consortium with the London School of Economics (LSE) has been published and it is ready for download. This study gathers evidence in support of […]

Media Literacy and Online Empowerment issues raised by Algorithm-Driven Media Services

  • Posted March 16, 2018

  • Posted by Alexandra Theben
We are pleased to announce that Open Evidence, in consortium with RAND Europe, has been commissioned by the European Commission – DG CONNECT, to conduct the study on “MEDIA LITERACY AND ONLINE EMPOWERMENT ISSUES RAISED BY ALGORITHM-DRIVEN MEDIA SERVICES” SMART 2017/0081. This multi-disciplinary study will be a first step for EU media policy to analyse […]

Data Analyst

  • Posted March 5, 2018

  • Posted by Federica Porcu
ENGLISH Open Evidence is seeking for a Junior Data Analyst to participate in projects and activities related to data analysis working in close collaboration with Data Architects and Senior Data Analysts. We are looking for a professional who is willing to grow professionally in the field of Data Analytics and Machine Learning and appreciates the opportunity to work […]

New MAFEIP tool and website are online

  • Posted February 22, 2018

  • Posted by Federica Porcu
  The MAFEIP study (Support Services for the Management and Utilization of Monitoring and Assessment of the EIP-MAFEIP Tool) has been carried out by Open Evidence and empirica between December 2016 and November 2017. Its aim has been to facilitate the use of the MAFEIP tool by members of the European Innovation Partnership on Active […]

Survey on Remote voting in the EU

  • Posted February 19, 2018

  • Posted by Clara Fauli
Open Evidence has just launched a survey aimed at collecting the different ways that exist in Europe to vote remotely, as well as opinions and attitudes related to remote voting. The survey is launched within the framework of the “Study on the benefits and drawbacks of remote voting solutions to support the preparation of a […]

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