31/05/2022: BioData.PT Session 3, EU AI Law, European Sustainable Energy Week, LIFE Awards 2022 Winners, EU Green Deal, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– BioData.PT Talks Session 3: Recent Artificial Intelligence Tools and Architectures for Structural Biology;
– EUA Policy Input: Considerations for a “European Degree”;
– Putting Science into Standards;
– The EU AI law will not be future-proof unless it regulates general purpose AI systems;
– European Sustainable Energy Week: Going green and digital for Europe’s energy transition;
– European Commission reveals winners of LIFE Awards 2022;
– Interact with statistics for the European Green Deal;
– EU countries urged to prepare for Russian gas cut: Summit draft.

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28/04/2022: INESC Lisboa seminar, Sustainable Chemicals, DSA, EU and AI, Climate, Energy, Data Planes, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– INESC Lisboa – Identifying synergies;
– Innovative Health Initiative (IHI)’s first calls;
– Sustainable Chemicals: The Commission advances work on restrictions of harmful chemical substances;
– EU reaches deal on pioneering rules curbing big digital platforms;
– The future of AI: The Parliament’s roadmap for the EU;
– BSC study lays out methodology to mitigate Europe’s energy crisis through climate predictions;
– Webinar: User-level Software-defined storage data planes;
– Gender equality in research and innovation.

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15/04/2022: EIC seeks partners, Green Deal, Eureka innovation awards in Portugal, EUA call for applications, Artificial Intelligence, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– European Innovation Council seeks partners for training and financing innovators;
– ESA halts cooperation with Russia on three lunar missions;
– Green Deal: EU announces €1 billion worth of commitments to protect the ocean;
– Eureka to host innovation awards in Portugal;
– Cleaning Poland’s air: EU hopes for green heating from Warsaw;
– Shaping the climate transition: Citizens take the floor;
– Call for applications: Task-and-finish group on the Green Deal for EUA;
– Électricité de France (EDF) announces launch of decarbonised hydrogen plan;
– Artificial intelligence tool could revolutionise neurological diagnoses.

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13/04/2022: Low-carbon technologies, New European Bauhaus, NATO and cyber security, AI in Bulgaria, Lisbon Machine Learning School, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– EU sets out plan for developing and scaling up low carbon technologies;
– EIT to fund 20 companies in New European Bauhaus drive;
– Protecting the most vulnerable must be foremost in addressing economic fallout of war in Ukraine;
– Webinar: Avoiding errors in declaring personnel costs in Horizon 2020 grants;
– ERC issues ultimatum telling 150 UK-based grant holders to move to the EU;
– The Ecosystem: Fab labs can also make start-ups;
– Info-day for Horizon Europe’s WIDERA programme;
– Environmental Information and Data Management in the Marine Environement (INESC TEC);
– Bulgaria launches AI centre to woo science and tech talent;
– The 12th Lisbon Machine Learning School will take place in July with CMU Portugal support (INESC ID);
– Fighting scientific disinformation: A first Europe-wide online course launches;
– NATO’s role in global cyber security;
– Commission research chief eyes role as EU ambassador to Japan.

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06/04/2022: EIC programme managers, EU Geopolitics of Technology, AI, INESC MN Seminar, EIC Accelerator, Energy Consumption, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– European Innovation Council hires four new programme managers;
– Europe in the new Geopolitics of Technology;
– Consolidation, development and internationalisation: The goals of INESC P&D Brazil for 2022;
– EU still behind on AI, but not as much as feared;
– Doctoral education in Europe: Current developments and trends;
– Supply shock caused by Russian invasion of Ukraine puts strain on various EU agri-food sectors;
– Cost of gas storage refill will be evenly spread, EU assures;
– The fight for truth;
– INESC MN 2022 Seminar Series: Dr. Elisabete Fernandes;
– Research community calls for non-profits to be exempt from upcoming EU digital rules;
– EIT Health-supported start-up attains CE mark;
– Continued strong demand for European Innovation Council Accelerator in first cut-off in 2022;
– An IoT-based real-time management of energy consumption.

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05/04/2022: MSCA programme, AI harmonisation, EIT Health Fund, Stick to Science, EU Missions, Fishery and Aquaculture, and more..

In today’s Morning Brief:
– MSCA awards €405 million for doctoral programmes;
– Is global AI harmonisation actually achievable?;
– Info session on the European Chip Act;
– KDT Consultation Workshop on Silicon Photonics;
– Stick to Science builds a second wave;
– EIT Health fund for tech talent in healthcare seeks industry sponsors;
– Commission activates crisis measures to financially support fishery and aquaculture sectors;
– Event: Spotlight on EU Missions;
– The role of tech in EU sustainability.

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22/03/2022: Silicon Photonics, AI and healthcare, European Circular Cities, Biodiversity, Cyber Resilience, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– KTD Consultation Workshop on Silicon Photonics;
– LEAK: EU to mandate 90% gas storage refill for next winter;
– Will AI turbocharge the hunt for new drugs?;
– A radical, carbon-negative project in Turkey is turning algae into bio-jet fuel;
– EU holds pesticide reduction, biodiversity preservation proposals amid Ukraine war;
– ENISA and CERT-EU’s joint publication on boosting cyber resilience;
– Open Call: European Circular Cities and Regions Initiative;
– Universities call for coordinated EU support for Ukrainian students and researchers;
– EU is committed to the protection of biodiversity in the ocean.

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18/03/2022: Ethics of AI and Democracy, 2022 AI Index Report, EU hails Intel investment for Chips Act, EU cohesion policy, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– UK Research and Innovation Strategy 2022-2027;
– Emerging trends and technologies: a horizon scan for global public health;
– EU hails €80 billion Intel investment as first success for Chips Act;
– ESFRI statement on the Russian aggression towards Ukraine;
– European Research Council awards another batch of scientists as UK and Swiss continue to face uncertainty;
– Ethics of AI and Democracy: UNESCO recommendations insights;
– 2022 AI Index Report – Stanford University;
– EU cohesion policy: More than 1.5 million EU-funded projects accessible in new public platform;
– Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece to push for energy market reform;
– European Space Agency scraps plans for Mars mission with Russia;
– The Horizon Papers: Draft work programmes leak again;
– Stakeholder consultation on electricity market design;
– Portugal seeks to position itself as Europe’s ‘new gateway for gas’;
– Food systems can lead the way to net zero, if we act now;
– IAEA and EU discuss nuclear safety and security in Ukraine;
– Russian labs run out of equipment as sanctions begin to bite.

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24/02/2022: Data Act, Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Values Index, European Chips Survey, ERIC Forum Policy Seminar, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Data Act: Commission proposes measures for a fair and innovative data economy;
– MOOC on European territorial cooperation;
– Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Values Index;
– European Chips Survey: stakeholder survey on European chip demand;
– International Student’s Mobility and Quality Assurance in Online Education during COVID-19 Pandemic in Europe, Oceania, and Asia;
– Save the date: ERIC Forum Policy Seminar: Socio-economic impact of ERICs;
– Bulletins of the ROADMAP Project;
– Germany halts Nord Stream 2;
– Commission lays down rules for companies to respect human rights and environment in global value chains;
– Commission presents an updated in-depth review of Europe’s strategic dependencies;
– New European Battery Academy launched to boost skills for fast-growing battery ecosystem in Europe;
– Airbus to test hydrogen jet engine in step towards zero-emission aviation.

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