22/04/2022: Horizon Europe, Nuclear Safety Directive, EU4Health calls, European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), Innovative Health Initiative, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Spain to put €200 million in four strategic research programmes;
– Conclusion of exploratory talks on the association of New Zealand and Canada to Horizon Europe: towards formal negotiations;
– Time to re-think the divide between academic and support staff;
– Commission publishes its second report assessing implementation of Nuclear Safety Directive;
– Who will be the Commission’s new research chief?;
– First wave of EU4Health calls 2022;
– The Guild’s universities lead the change towards sustainable behaviour;
– Europe outlines 9-step plan to save energy, Ukraine and the planet;
– European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Policy Event;
– European State of the Climate (ESOTC) 2021 Report;
– Innovative Health Initiative (IHI) kick-off and brokerage event.

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10/02/2022: EIC online info-day, HERA programme is out, Women in academia webinar, Western Balkans fully part of Horizon Europe, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Save the date: European Innovation Council online info-day – 22 February;
– HERA: €1.3 billion plan for first year of new pandemic preparedness programme is out;
– Women in academia: Breaking the glass ceiling or rebuilding the house? – Webinar;
– Validation survey on the “Low-Carbon Industrial Technologies Roadmap for Energy-Intensive Industries;
– Latest ERC winners in limbo as expiry of UK Horizon Europe safety net looms;
– Quantum Ambitions: Strengthening Europe’s leadership;
– Albania completes the Western Balkans association to Horizon Europe;
– New Booklet – Trust in the European digital space in the age of automated bots and fakes;
– New Thematic Report: Blockchain Applications in the Healthcare Sector;
– Energy prices on the rise in the euro area in 2021;
– Opening of exploratory talks for the association of New Zealand to Horizon Europe;
– Brussels to address hazardous chemicals in EU products initiative.

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