Horizon 2020

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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15/02/2022: Workshop with INESC Coimbra and EURO WG, EU Green Taxonomy, INESC INOV in SPARTA, 20 years of the Euro, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– EURO Working Group on Behavioral O.R. – Spring Workshop 2022 with INESC Coimbra;
– EU Green Taxonomy: nuclear and gas are included;
– Training data stewards for life sciences;
– Connecting the dots: Interoperability in the field of educational technology;
– Eurostars joint transnational call for proposals – March 2022;
– Farm to Fork Q&A – new rules for micro-organisms used in plant protection products;
– European Conference H2020RTR – results from road transport research in H2020 projects;
– INESC INOV in SPARTA: workshop on the European cybersecurity Competence Centre;
– 7th Republic of Korea-EU Joint Science and Technological Cooperation Committee Meeting;
– MEPs commemorate 20 years of Euro banknotes and coins;
– EU in balancing act over carbon border levy, industry concerns;

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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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29/11/2021: Citizen’s Energy Forum 2021, Pact for R&I approval, EC indicators of gender balance in R&I, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Evolution of the EU market share of robotics: Data and methodology
– Proposal success in Horizon 2020: A study of the influence of consortium characteristics;
– EC indicators of gender balance report in R&I (SHE Figures 2021);
– New rules for Important Projects of Common European Interest;
– UNESCO sets international open science standards;
– Commission welcomes approval of the Pact for Research and Innovation in Europe and future governance of the European Research Area;
– Citizen’s Energy Forum 2021.

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15/11/2021: Horizon 2020 public-private partnerships are cleared, Horizon Europe call for space research, Mission Innovation’s new objectives, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Court of Auditors clears Horizon 2020 public-private partnerships;
– EUSPA opens first Horizon Europe call for space research;
– European Commission’s Webinar in declaring personnel costs in Horizon 2020 grants;
– Armenia joins Horizon Europe;
– Mission Innovation sets fresh objectives for international cooperation at COP26;
– Commission takes action against five Member States to improve waste management;
– German pro-nuclear activists make rare appearance in Berlin.

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12/11/2021: Digital Europe, Innovation ecosystems, IP and market uptake, Metrology, COP26 R&I conclusions, academic freedom as law?

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Five EU countries form an anti-nuclear alliance at COP26;
– Digital Europe programmes adopted by the Commission;
– Innovation ecosystems and the open-access checklist;
– MEPs push to include academic freedom in EU treaties;
– Intellectual Property support to Market uptake;
– Horizon 2020 suggest the need for training researchers in ethics;
– Metrology partnership approved by the Parliament;
– COP26: The most important research and innovation announcements.

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21/6/2021: Horizon Europe platform and work programmes, experts for I3, EARTO webinars, personnel costs in H2020, guide for hydrogen projects, and IP summit

In today’s Morning Brief: New information portal on Horizon Europe || Horizon Europe work programmes ||
Experts wanted for the new I3 || EARTO webinars now available in the Private Area || Commission webinar on personnel costs within Horizon 2020 || Commission’s guide on funding opportunities for hydrogen projects || Intellectual Property Enforcement Summit

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