Finland

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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02/05/2022: The Insider, EU report on R&I, Global Health EDCTP3 Joint Undertaking Event, Canada’s new innovation agency, Carbon Farming, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– ‘The Insider’ – new episode featuring Charlotte Andersdotter;
– EU foresight report points to need for more collaboration on R&I policy;
– INESC TEC helps younger people “prepare for the future”;
– Introducing the Global Health EDCTP3 Joint Undertaking;
– A new report supports the EU’s efforts to provide opportunities for young people;
– Canada launches innovation agency and edges toward Horizon association;
– Creating a sustainable Finish textile industry with bio-based and recycled fibres;
– Council of the EU adopts conclusions on carbon farming;
– Time for Europe to get serious on Artificial Intelligence;
– Green Deal: EU announces €1 billion worth of commitments to protect the ocean;
– Supporting Ukrainian refugees in Europe;
– US plans campaign to attract Russian scientists, engineers to America.

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12/04/2022: NeuralShift, INESC TEC in the Azores, Science for Policy in Portugal, EuroScience Open Forum 2022, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– UK institutions win £15 million government bid to develop software for world’s largest radio telescope;
– Finland appoints experts to create a long-term R&I investment plan;
– OPEC tells EU it’s not possible to replace potential Russian oil supply loss;
– NeuralShift: Spinning-off Artificial Intelligence;
– INESC TEC carried out scientific monitoring of the seismic-volcanic activity on the Azores;
– Science for Policy in Portugal;
– EU strengthens climate and energy cooperation with Egypt in view of COP27;
– EuroScience Open Forum 2022;
– European Commission and European Patent Office (EPO) co-organise annual conference of PATLIB centres;
– UK to finalise world’s first subsidy for clean hydrogen production by end of the year.

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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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14/01/2022: INESC-ID to coordinate EU project in the Energy area, Reform of Research Assessment, EU State aid revision, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– INESC-ID coordinates a European project on electric mobility;
– The reform of Research Assessment: summary and presentation by EC;
– Finland will raise R&D spending to 4% of GDP;
– To raise SME competitiveness, make better use of space data;
– EC invites comments on revision of EU State aid rules for agriculture, forestry and fishery;
– CitizensHack2022;
– “Horizon Europe Coordinators’ Day on Grant Agreement Preparation” Webinar;
– Universities demand voice in EU-US Trade and Technology Council;
– The Guild universities share their experience in applying for Horizon Europe Grants;

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