Research

03/03/2022: OLISSIPO Twin Seminar III, EU suspends payments to Russia, updated summaries of EU recovery plans, Nord Stream 2 files for bankruptcy, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– OLISSIPO Twin Seminar III – Protein driven ML and network approaches;
– Commission invites interested parties to share views on the Revision of the Detergents Regulation;
– EU suspends research payments to Russian partners;
– Improving citizens’ participation in cancer screening programmes will help save lives, EU Chief Scientific Advisors recommend;
– INESC-ID featured in the March 2022 issue of Exame Informática;
– Viewpoint: The science world should keep talking to Russia;
– EU Innovation Consultants update summary of EU recovery plans;
– #EU4Health Calls for Proposals – Info Session;
– LEAK: EU drafts plan to ditch Russian gas;
– TinyML Enabling Low-Power Inferencing, Analytics at the Edge;
– Nord Stream 2 files for bankruptcy, fires employees.

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01/03/2022: First issue of OLISSIPO newsletter is out, Solidarity with Ukrainian researchers, latest IPCC report, Gender inequality in digital, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– First issue of the OLISSIPO newsletter now available;
– Solidarity with Ukrainian researchers;
– 2nd Pan-European Cruise Dialogue: the road to sustainable cruise tourism;
– The view from Kyiv: Head of Ukraine’s research agency calls for international help;
– Analysis and Experimentation on Ecosystems (AnaEE) granted European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) status;
– EU ministers consider speeding up connection of Ukraine’s electricity grid to EU’s;

– Lithuania to call for Russia and Belarus ban from European higher education forum;
– Urgent need to adapt to massive impacts of climate change highlighted in latest IPCC report;
– Addressing gender equalities crucial to closing digital gaps, say Commission officials;

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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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01/10/2021: EIT, G20, Energy efficiency, Circular Plastics, Soil farming & carbon capture, EU Unitary Patent, Data Act, and some WE readings

In today’s Morning Brief:
– EIT Governing Board call
– G20 Research Ministers adopt declaration on research, higher education and digitisation
– Commission publishes recommendation and guidelines on the energy efficiency first principle
– Circular Plastics Alliance: a new step towards 10 million tonnes of recycled plastics
– Soil, farming and carbon capture
– EU closer to a long-awaited Unitary Patent Court
– The Netherlands publishes non-paper on upcoming Data Act
– Another increase in research budget in a EU country: Austria
– Starting in science: the real story
– EU Council Think Tank September Review

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