05/05/2022: INESC Brussels HUB Summer Meeting 2022, Lisbon Machine Learning School, Health Data, Fisheries in Portugal, Carnegie Mellon University, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– INESC Brussels HUB Summer Meeting 2022;
– The 12th Lisbon Machine Learning School – LxMLS 2022;
– Universities welcome new health data regulation but urge EU to go further;
– New European Bauhaus: Five lighthouse projects to be financed across Europe;
– Commission wants GDPR+ protection to facilitate health data revolution;
– Euronews OCEAN – Innovation in fisheries in Portugal;
– EDMO 2022 Annual Conference;
– ‘Europe is never going to be capable of producing its own hydrogen in sufficient quantities’: EU climate chief;
– CMU Portugal Visiting Students Program: Call for up to 8 visits to CMU in 2022;
– DIGI-HE Workshop 2: Developing a high-performance digital education ecosystem – Institutional self-assessment.

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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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08/04/2022: ‘The Insider’, EIC Women Leadership Programme, Societal Transformations in the Digital Age, Wind and Nuclear Energy, Military Research, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– ‘The Insider’ – new episode featuring Carlos Henggeler, INESC Coimbra’s President;
– EIC awards €145 million in challenge-drive call for research projects;
– EU space agency calls on space innovators to aid humanitarian efforts in Ukraine;
– Societal Transformations in the Digital Age: Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Research in Horizon Europe;

– FAO launches new phase of agriculture policy initiative with $11 million grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation;
– New EUFOMA Talk: From Revolution to Evolution – The Fishery and Aquaculture Market in a Post COVID-19 World;
– Open Call – EIC Women Leadership Programme;
– Should scientists study how to dim the sun?;

– INESC-ID welcomes EMBL Olissipo Researchers;
– Converting wastewater into clean water: The AFTERLIFE project presents its results;
– UK unveils wind and nuclear focused energy plan following gas price hikes;
– The economic benefits of climate action will outweigh the costs, IPCC report finds;
– Science goes to war: Western allies step up collaboration in military research;
– New European Bauhaus: Commission launches ‘NEB LAB’ with new projects;

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20/9/2021: Work as an Expert, State of the Union address – key R&I issues, Tech and Strategic Autonomy, European Health Union, New EU Bauhaus, Meat Atlas, Elections that will define the Future of Europe

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Work as an expert – European Defence Fund
– State of the Union address by the President of the EC: key takeaways for R&I
– Technology sovereignty in practice: EC pushes chip building and cyberdefence
– Shaping and securing the EU’s Open Strategic Autonomy by 2040 and beyond
– European Health Union and the new HERA (European Health Emergency preparedness and Response Authority)
– €85M investment in 2022 for New European Bauhaus project
– Meat Atlas: facts and figures about the animals we eat
– The elections that will define the future of Europe and the EU PermReps dancing chairs

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26/04/2021: EIT NCPs, AI in education, pact for R&I, New European Bauhaus, CAPs simplified, Climate change board, and space & quantum research ban

In today’s Morning Brief: EIT NCPs as information multipliers for EIT Community opportunities | Commission calls for experts in AI and Data in education | Public Consultation on the “Pact for research & innovation in Europe”
New European Bauhaus Competition | New rules to simplify CAPs | EU to establish climate change science advisory board | Universities across Europe urge EU to remove threat of research ban on Israel, UK and Switzerland

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