International Cooperation

17/02/2022: INESC-ID AI research, a new science TV channel?, International Cooperation, UT Austin Portugal, European Chips Survey, EU cooperation with Colombia and Africa, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– INESC-ID Artificial Intelligence researchers ranked as some of the best in Europe;
– CNRS: a TV channel dedicated to science, EU grants, more collaboration with partners in Africa;
– International Cooperation: UK goes it alone, EU brings South Korea and New Zealand to the table;
– UT Austin Portugal Program commemorates its 15th anniversary;
– EU ministers to discuss Commission’s defense R&D roadmap at Paris conference;
– European Chips Survey: Stakeholder survey on European chips demand;
– Restore our Oceans and Waters, a Synergy Info Pack by CORDIS;
– European Commission joins forces with African partners to promote circular economy;
– EU and Colombia step up cooperation for nature, climate and sustainable development;
– How can the EU help those touched by energy poverty?;
– Switzerland seeks to join EU’s Copernicus Earth observation programme;
– France confirms ‘European climate conference’ in March, with objectives still unclear.

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18/10/2021: EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2021, DG JRC calls for experts, Green Deal 2030 targets and agricultural production studies, and more

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Commission announces the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2021
– The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre Calls for Experts on “Meaningful and ethical communications”
– Green Deal 2030 targets and agricultural production studies
– Policy Paper Presentation of the Advisory Group on R&I for Africa-Europe Cooperation
– The European Coomission concludes formal negotiations on Horizon Europe association with Israel
– Mariya Gabriel confirms UK and Switzerland can’t join Horizon Europe for now
– Macron unveils €30B innovation plan to make French industry great again
– The G7 to explore carbon pricing and green finance for developing nations

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30/6/2021: [Anaysis] Implementation of Horizon Europe, ERC institutional bias, Funding for Agri, International Cooperation, Portuguese Presidency finishes

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Implementation of Horizon Europe calls – a short analytical take from HE information days so far
– ERC: new study shows institutional background is key
– EU agreements on farming and cohesion open up research funding for agriculture and the regions
– International cooperation should be done on a mutual benefit basis
– The Portuguese presidency’s policy efforts (non-R&I)

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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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