24/05/2022: European Partnerships under Horizon Europe, INESC TEC, OECD-EARTO Joint Study, EIT Summit, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– First report on the performance of European Partnerships under Horizon Europe;
– INESC TEC won a competition at National Robotics Festival;
– OECD-EARTO Joint Study – The contribution of RTOs to socio-economic recovery, resilience and transitions;
– EU must define raw material needs in transition from Russian energy, EIT summit hears;
– Commission presents a Therapeutics Innovation Booster to identify and support new treatments for COVID-19;
– New DFG position paper on Academic Publishing and Research Assessment;
– “Wake up!” – EU-funded project calls on young citizens to engage in co-creating sustainable and greener cities;
– EARTO Case Studies on Technology Infrastructures;
– Social Climate Fund: Parliament’s ideas for a just energy transition;

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13/05/2022: INESC Brussels HUB Summer Meeting 2022, Technology Infrastructures, Horizon Europe, EU Soil Mission, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– INESC Brussels HUB Summer Meeting 2022;
– EU boosts R&D funding in Finland with €523M in cohesion money;
– Nine case studies for a European strategy on technology infrastructures;
– Results of the second Call for Technical Assistance;
– Commission says European Innovation Council grant logjam to end in June;
– Horizon Europe call for proposals for a “Network for innovative solutions for the future of democracy” is open;
– Making the polluter pay: Commission seeks views on EU environmental liability laws;
– The Commission’s renewed strategy for the EU’s outermost regions puts people first and unlocks their potential – including the blue economy;
– Western democracies craft alliance on quantum technology;
– Call submission figures for Horizon Europe – Reforming the European R&I system;
– EU Soil Mission: €95 million call opens;
– The EU and Japan open Horizon Europe association talks;
– Academic sector makes moves to going green;
– MLZ Conference 2022: Neutrons for Mobility;
– EIT Manufacturing LEADERS – Women Innovators call in now open;
– EU and China to hold the 15th Joint Steering Committee Meeting on Science and Technology Cooperation;
– UK research assessment could shift money away from London, Oxford and Cambridge.

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01/04/2022: “The Insider”: On Technology Infrastructures: the critical questions, Ukraine and Georgia join COST, INESC TEC: supercomputers and the energy transition, IndTech2022, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– “The Insider” – new episode out with Sophie Viscido from EARTO!;
– INESC TEC research enables faster scientific studies performed on supercomputers;
– Ukraine and Georgia join COST Association;
– Science academies get $1.5M to support Ukrainian researchers;
– Commissioner for Energy presides 10th EU-China Energy Dialogue;
– How UK and Swiss researchers are coping without association to Horizon Europe;
– Commission steps up support for global action to transform food systems via eight global coalitions;
– Energy transition: it’s now or never;
– Hydrogen to get a boost as EU looks to secure energy independence;
– Crypto-assets: New rules to stop illicit flows in the EU;
– Conference on Industrial Technologies: IndTech 2022;
– Germany backs call to establish EU plan for Ukrainian academics;
– Commission seeks views on possible measures on access to in-vehicle data.

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20/01/2022: Deep Tech and Horizon Europe, Technology Infrastructures, European Health Data Space, COMPIE’2022.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Deep Tech and Horizon Europe – with Stéphane Ouaki (European Innovation Council);
– Recommendations for the Implementation of an EU Strategy on Technology Infrastructures (EARTO and JRC);
– Workshop on European Health Data Space and Nordic Commons project;
– EU overachieves 2020 renewable energy target;
– Counterfactual Methods for Policy Impact Evaluation – COMPIE’2022;
– €60.5 million available to reform and enhance the European R&I system;
– Finland to build testing platform for clean energy innovations.

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11/01/2022: Horizon Europe Info Days on Cluster 5, New Industry 5.0 Award contest, Science|Business Horizon Europe assessment, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Horizon Europe Info Days on Cluster 5;
– New Industry 5.0 Award contest opens;
– Horizon Europe: The first assessment;
– Haldor Topsøe signs €45 million funding deal with the EIB;
– TNO Webinar on “Technology Infrastructures in European Innovation Ecosystem”;
– EARTO Paper on a better understanding of the RD&I Ecosystem;
– EU delays deadline on green investment rules for nuclear and gas.

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02/11/2021: New Hub Podcast, COP26 Side Events, the Data Act, the EU Crop Map, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– [Podcast] Green deal call puts a symbolic end to H2020 – What lessons have we learnt?;
– Commission hands out €1B in green deal research grants ahead of COP26;
– MEPs want to reinvest leftovers money from H2020 in HEurope health R&D;
– UK allocates £6.9B of its science budget for Horizon Europe;
– Draft impact assessment sheds some light on upcoming Data Act;
– The EU Crop Map;
– DG Entrepreneurship and SMEs hosts COP26 side event;
– Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities Mission;
– Facial Recognition Technology growing in Europe;
– CONCORDi 2021 – Industrial innovation for competitive sustainability.

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27/7/2021: State aid exemptions, working group on offshore renewable energies, report on food systems, new steel&coal projects, EARTO on partnerships, and Spain funds more science missions

In today’s Morning Brief:
– State Aid exemptions: more money for research
– Commission launches call for expression of interest for working group on offshore renewable energies
– Report “Co-creating knowledge for food systems transformation”
– Approved 25 new steel and coal projects supporting the European Green Deal
– EARTO recommendations on European Partnerships
– Spain announces €141M for science missions in 2022

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