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Digitalisation demands digital euro introduction, debate hears

Ljubljana - The Slovenian central bank held a virtual debate on Thursday which heard that, although payments in the eurozone are still mostly done...

Researcher Hodnik receives new ERC grant

Ljubljana - Researcher Nejc Hodnik of the Chemistry Institute has acquired a grant from the European Research Centre' (ERC) Proof of Concept programme to...

Biosistemika receives EU innovation incentive

Brussels - Slovenian company Biosistemika is one of the EU's 38 start-up, small and medium-sized companies to benefit from EUR 176 million available to...

Minister announces national programme for AI

Montreal - Public Administration Minister Boštjan Koritnik took part on Friday in a virtual session of the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence, the first...

Minister says hydrogen use for energy storage will be a priority

Ljubljana - Speaking at an online conference Energy Innovation '20 hosted by company Prosperia, Environment Minister Andrej Vizjak said on Wednesday that a period...

Survey shows support for app-based taxi services

Ljubljana - A majority of Slovenians would welcome better transparency and quality as well as the use of mobile applications in taxi services, a...

ARCHITECT ROBERT KLUN, AMP (ARCHITECTURE MASTERPRIZE LOS ANGELES) WINNER 2020 AND...

Famous names of history glow immensely. What we write as today’s trend is tomorrow’s dream. The mission of the Los Angeles Architecture MasterPrize (AMP)...

DaiBau raises fresh funds

Ljubljana - DaiBau, a Slovenian start-up that runs portals in multiple countries where investors can link up with building contractors, has received fresh funding...

Parliament endorses amended association agreement with ESA

Ljubljana - The National Assembly has passed a bill ratifying an amended association agreement between Slovenia and the European Space Agency (ESA), another step...

Survey shows companies sure work from home here to stay

Ljubljana - A survey has shown that a vast majority of Slovenian companies are considering increasing the share of work conducted from home also in the long-term, meaning in post-corona times. The poll also showed companies are more optimistic than during the spring coronavirus wave.
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