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02/12/2021: WG Agro/META4 Workshop, Microplastics call for evidence, Health and Food Audits Analysis Programme for 2022 released, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– WG Agro/META4 Workshop;
– Microplastics: Contribute to call for evidence ahead of new proposal;
– Commission announces €272M for European Universities alliances;
– Commission publishes its Health and Food Audits Analysis Programme for 2022;
– Finland sets up its first quantum computer;
– Fraunhofer develops IT solutions for stable supply chains;
– Reforming research assessment: The way forward;
– Portugal exceeds limits for all environmental categories, study finds;
– EU Council pitches significant changes to AI Act proposal.

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05/11/2021: INESC TEC joins efforts in the OceanACT, In the Black’21 Workshop registration is open, ERC looks to award three grantees, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– INESC TEC Joins Efforts in the Ocean Act;
– ERC Looks to Award Three Grantees;
– INESC TEC’s Autumn Forum;
– In the Black’21 Workshop;
– EU-funded Projects Helping with the Climate Crisis;
– Four Problems we need to solve with Solar Energy;
– Science Business Launches new Climate Ideas Live Blog;
– Research Associations Plead with Europe for UK Horizon Europe Association;
– Inside Portugal’s bid to become a ‘start-ups factory’.

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04/11/2021: EU calls for Excellence Hubs, ERA Chairs and others, EIT, COP26 updates and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Commission launches new tool to digitalise work-based learning and boost educators digital competences;
– Calls for Excellence Hubs opened yesterday;
– COP26: US lays out its plan to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 ;
– EIT supports the New European Bauhaus with €5 million;
– Commission, Ukraine, Turkey, and Republic of Moldova working closer in research, innovation and education;
– Portugal launches €250M programme to boost tech transfer in universities;
– EC, Breakthrough Energy Catalyst and EIB Partnership in Climate;
– Open Discussion on the Mission Adaptation to Climate Change.

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