Open Science

20/8/2021: Resources for better dissemination and exploitation plans in HEurope, call for experts in the Defence Sector, biodiversity, clean energy, open science, encryption, IPCC, science advice for governments and more summer reading suggestions

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Horizon Europe – Resources on dissemination and exploitation
– Defence sector – call for experts
– Seeking biodiversity winners and losers
– Emissions down as Europe’s electricity comes back cleaner
– An Open Science (OS) Index to complement the H Index
– Digitalisation in Europe 2020-2021
– I confess I’ve got things to hide – an opinion article on the importance of encryption
– The IPCC report
– New Horizon, new ERA, new international rules for R&D: A vacation reader
– International conference on science advice for governments 2021

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14/7/2021: JRC calls for nuclear research infrastructures, Agri-Food survey, financing for tech start-ups, Open Science Cloud, EU digital sovereignty, and EuroHPC approved

In today’s Morning Brief:
– JRC research infrastructures – 4 calls to access nuclear research infrastructures
– Agri-Food TEF survey and workshop material
– Venture capital fund to finance tech start-ups
– Public private partnership for the EU Open Science Cloud
– Software industry needs more EU digital sovereignty
– Supercomputing partnership EuroHPC gets final approval

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12/7/2021: Knowledge valorisation consultation, evaluators wanted for Open Science Cloud, HE associations, EIT evaluation criteria, low-carbon hydrogen, and a new chip

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Stakeholders consultation on knowledge valorisation
– European Open Science Cloud Future: call for evaluators
– Horizon Europe: first round of association negotiations
– EIT evaluation criteria for new KIC call
– New report on the advantages of low-carbon hydrogen
– ETH Zurich pioneer computer chips for the future of telecommunications

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26/05/2021: HUB Deep Tech & Forestry events, AI, Horizon Europe calls, Portugal for the digital agenda, cancer week, mobility days, and issues with open access

In today’s Morning Brief: A few more days to register to Deep Tech and Forestry events (1 June 2021) | Trust and Artificial Intelligence | Horizon Europe calls delayed transversally across all Clusters | Portugal’s contribution to the European Digital Agenda | European Week Against Cancer 2021 | Mobility and Transport Days | Research institutes clash with science publishers over open access

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19/04/2021: Health technologies podcast, new rules for AI high-risk systems, EOSC, PCIs on gas and electricity, Chemicals strategy, and research data skills

In today’s Morning Brief: Health Technologies podcast on AI and Machine Learning in Healthcare | Commission considering new rules on the use of AI in applications | European Open Science Cloud enters new phase | 4th meetings of TEN-E Regional Groups on gas and electricity | Roundtable to implement the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability | Workshop on national policy and support actions for research data skills

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15/04/2021: HUB’s training videos, nanotechnology infrastructures event, Open Science, European Social Innovation, and Green Hydrogen for industry

In today’s Morning Brief: Morning Brief – 15 April
New training videos on Horizon Europe available | Workshop on R&T Infrastructures for Nanotechnology | Open Science in Horizon Europe | Launch of the 2021 European Social Innovation Competition | ITRE paves the way to EP’s approval of Horizon Europe, Digital Europe and European Defence Fund | Green hydrogen to decarbonise EU industry

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12/04/2021: Open Science, Renewable energy report, Marine Directive review, Digital security, and Horizon EU webinar,

In today’s Morning Brief: €30 million project lays down foundation for new European science cloud | Renewable energy exceeds fossil fuel energy in 2020 | EC roadmap to protect seas and oceans | Security in the digital age: how can the public and private sectors combine to drive innovation? | Horizon EU Webinar: “Financial rules of Horizon Europe in comparison to H2020” by EMDESK

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