• Companies worried about the risks of the Europe’s unitary patent to be launched in 2015

    On 16 October 2013, Science Business published an article entitled “Europe’s unitary patent to launch in 2015 – but will companies embrace it?” addressing the debate on the risks of the future Europe’s unitary patent, after companies had expressed different concerns on the occasion of a Science Business roundtable, “Patents in Europe: What’s next?”.
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  • Commissioner Reding speech on Data Protection: implication of the “one-stop-shop-mechanism” for health care

    On the 08 October 2013, Ms. Vivianne Reding, Commissioner for Justice, intervened at the Justice Council on the Data Protection Regulation. Her speech was centred on “one-stop shop” concept.
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  • LIBE Committee vote on Data Protection Regulation

    On 21 October 2013, members of the VPH Policy Affairs Working Group (PAWG) were in Strasbourg to attend a vote by the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee (LIBE) on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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  • Concept of "Virtual Physiological Human" in the eHealth Action Plan Amendments

    The VPH Institute raises support for in silico medicine thanks to the collaboration of the Romanian Parliamentarian, Mr.Tănăsescu, who tabled two important amendments to the Report on the eHealth Action Plan 2012-2020.
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  • Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013 for Multiscale Models of the Chemical System

    Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt, and Arieh Warshel won the Nobel Prize
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  • Raising support for VPH in the H2020 Work Programme for Health, demographic change and wellbeing

    We need everybody help to stress the importance of in silico medicine in the work programme for Health: support our policy activities!
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