28/07/2023 – The Chips Act has been approved, interim evaluation of Horizon Europe, tools to boost innovation, European Innovation Council, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
Horizon Europe
Upcoming European Parliament evaluation of Horizon Europe
Bringing research and policy together: Projects to Policy Seminar wrap-up
Chips Act: Council gives its final approval
European Innovation Council Announces 19 Selected Projects for €46.76 Million in Funding
Commission maps out experimentation tools for boosting innovation
MEPs to quiz research commissioner designate Iliana Ivanova in September
How to evaluate lump sum proposals
Research & Innovation
Five member states (Portugal included) push for greater EU strategic autonomy
COVID-19 and science for policy and society
Taylor and Francis launches new open-access books scheme
Commission boosts data sharing and innovation for a smart, sustainable and resilient EU tourism ecosystem
European Innovation Council needs more autonomy to become a game changer

German private fusion firms multiply as government pledges fresh research money
The Ecosystem: island life is no idyll for deep tech entrepreneurs
Partnership on AI to release shared protocols for AI guardrails in October
News from INESC institutes
Get to know I-SEAMORE
INESC TEC integrates consortium that aims to develop the vehicles of the future
INESC MN cleanroom has been recently upgraded with new equipment
Job Opportunities
Events & Training workshops

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02/02/2022: Deep tech in the agrisector, , Digital Identitity, Research Infrastructures, Ethics in ERC, Lump sum funding and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Deep Tech in the Agrisector – a podcast episode with Armando Fernandes (INOV);
– ICRI – International Conference on Research Infrastructures;
– Ethics in ERC projects, Seminar, 17 February;
– Member States break European Innovation Council’s work programme deadlock;
– Renewables on the rise, coal continuously falling;
– Plans for lump-sum funding in Horizon Europe move forward amid scepticism;
– Digital Identity: Leveraging the SSI Concept to Build Trust;
– Identification and assessment of existing and draft EU legislation in the digital field;
– Turning harmful CO2 into useful chemicals;
– High electricity prices, renewables and windfall profits – all paid for by EU citizens.

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