Media Coverage

May 29, 2020

The time children and young people spend online has increased significantly, giving them access to unprecedented opportunities but also exposing them to new risks. To address this new reality, the European Commission (EC) is funding four Horizon 2020 projects: CO:RE, DigiGen, DIGYMATEX, and ySKILLS, all of which have synergies with Better Internet for Kids (BIK) actions.

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March 23, 2020

EU-Projekt mit 12 Partnern aus 10 Ländern – Sozialpsychologie mit dabei.

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March 18, 2020

I det nystartede prosjektet DIGYMATEX vil Nofima bidra med innovasjonskunnskap og kompetanse på barn- og matforskning. Vi har blant annet ansvar for å undersøke gjensidig påvirkning mellom barnas digitale modenhet og barnas matvaner. 

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March 16, 2020

Researchers in the Digymatex consortium are collaborating to ‘disentangle’ how children interact with smartphones.

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February 24, 2020

The interdisciplinary project will introduce new evidence-based tools that will determine the long-term effects of using mobile devices on child behaviour and will offer concrete solutions for safer and more beneficial use of digital technologies.

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January 23, 2020

IE Business School is part of the scientific consortium that has received a grant from the EU for a research project intended to design tools for understanding and measuring the youth digital maturity.

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November 19, 2019

The European Union has allocated funding under the auspices of the Horizon 2020 programme to three major consortia in which the UvA is a partner.

The UvA is a partner in the project Establishing a Comprehensive Understanding and Taxonomy of Children’s Digital Maturity (DIGYMATEX), which is being coordinated by Aarhus University (Denmark). The UvA part is being led by developmental psychologist Dr Wouter van den Bos. The subsidy for the total project is 3.5 million euros. Eleven partner institutions are participating in the project, including IBM.

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