Europe’s top tech news, June 2016


Enlarge / A map of scientific collaboration within Europe. (credit: Olivier H. Beauchesne)

The past month would’ve been all business as usual in European tech, were it not for a little referendum thing where the UK voted to leave the EU. Some big changes for businesses based in or working with the UK are underway, but no one seems to know yet when and how they will manifest themselves.

In other news, Sweden has trialled innovative approaches in two different industries—transportation and land registry—while the European Commission is trying to create an EU-wide framework for legislating the sharing economy.

Scroll down to check out the most significant stories of June, starting with the news.

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