ERASMUS+

26/01/2022: “The Insider” – new episode out, Science|Business event on Horizon Europe, Conference on the Future of Europe, Erasmus+.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– “The Insider”- new episode with Christoph Beuttler;
– Horizon Europe: The first assessment;
– Member States urged to convene for discussions on supporting young researchers;
– Future of Europe: people’s ideas for democracy and the planet;
– Universities call for support adapting to new Erasmus+ programme;
– European Investment Bank boosts COVID-19 vaccine deliveries to countries in need;
– Webinar: Avoiding errors in declaring personnel costs in Horizon 2020 grants.

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09/12/2021: The world’s first AI treaty, ESIR virtual seminar, new tool to support decarbonisation in the EU, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– The world’s first AI treaty;
– Protect, prepare and transform Europe – ESIR virtual seminar;
– Commission makes software available to all to benefit businesses, innovators and areas of public interest;
– Annual Erasmus+ grant budgets should be equally distributed, universities say;
– New, data driven and user-friendly tool to support decarbonisation in the EU;
– Stories from 2050 – Radical, inspiring and thought-provoking narratives;

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29/9/2021: Smart cities, Erasmus+ and MSCA, food systems research, PPPs, strategic autonomy and transatlantic relations, HE association agreements, AI global effect, LNG for maritime transport

In today’s Morning Brief:
– INESC Health technologies R&I Roadmap: a vision for 2030
– EC workshop on the Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities Mission
– New brief on links between Erasmus+ and MSCA
– EU vows €140 million for sustainable food systems research abroad
– Deal on the 10 EU Public Private Partnerships is now complete
– EU Competitive Council (28 Sept): focused on global approach to innovation, strategic autonomy and gender parity
– Norway and Iceland: first associated country-members to Horizon Europe
– EC and its Western Balkan and Turkish partners concluded HE association negotiations
– Strategic autonomy in practice: the case of EU-US relations
– Will AI ease or exacerbate global instability?
– Lack of green maritime fuels makes liquid natural gas a necessity says Commission
– Webinar series: “A new world? Universities in changing international relations”

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20/05/2021: New HUB podcast on personalised medicine, Erasmus package, ERC and EIC closer to the market, EIC call extended, trade and biodiversity, EU Algae, EC strategy for international cooperation

In today’s Morning Brief: New INESC Brussels HUB podcast on personalised medicine available | European Parliament adopted the ERASMUS package worth €28 billion | EIC and ERC in search of adequate instruments for up-to-market solutions | EIC Pathfinder call deadline extended ‘due to technical problems’ | Impacts of trade on biodiversity | EC consultation on EU Algae initiative | EC adopted strategy for international cooperation

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