Science Europe

19/04/2022: Innovation Agenda, LNG, Science Europe Open Science Conference, DMA, Scientific CV, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Commission opens consultation on new innovation agenda;
– Germany releases €3bn to acquire floating LNG terminals;
– Science Europe Open Science Conference 2022;
– Regulatory Technology for the 21st Century;
– DMA: Significant additions made it into the final text;
– Time to rethink the scientific CV;
– Foundations, Science and Equality – What are the key elements for success?;

– User-level software-defined storage data planes – Save the date

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30/03/2022: Science Europe Conference 2022, #EULife22 Info Days, Tunisia joins Horizon Europe, Swiss Horizon Europe fund awards €54 million, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Science Europe Open Science Conference 2022;
– Allocating core public funding to universities in Europe: State of play & principles;
– Save the Date: #EULife22 Info Days;
– Scientists fear excluding Russia from Arctic research will derail climate change effort;
– The Republic of Tunisia joins Horizon Europe;
– Gas energy communities: Little added value, big risks;
– Swiss Horizon Europe backstop fund awards €54 million to 24 start-ups;
– Defence agency reports increased funding for research and technology;
– How and why to say ‘no’ to colleagues and collaborators.

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30/11/2021: WG Agro Workshop, Science Europe on Research Culture in the ERA, European Commission launches a new tool for transfers of renewable energy, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– The Commission launches a new tool to facilitate statistical transfers of renewable energy;
– WG Agro Workshop;
– Science Europe launches a vision for Research Culture in the ERA;
– A Soil Deal for Europe;
– Commission hosts second matchmaking event to speed up the development and production of COVID-19 vaccines;
– Europe’s climate legislation must work for citizens, says Spanish lawmaker;

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03/11/2021: Moldova joins Horizon Europe, Science Europe Panel on Lessons Learned from COVID-19 in one week, INESC Health Technologies Workshop today, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Climate Ideas Blog: Research, technology and opinions to help solve the global climate crisis;
– How to make good public policy in science and technology? Ask the Swedes.;
– Moldova joins Horizon Europe;
– International Methane Emissions Observatory Launched;
– EU-US Transatlantic Collaboration Platform on Agriculture;
– Commission vows ‘significant investments’ to improve satellite climate models;
– Science Europe Panel on Lessons Learned from COVID-19;
– INESC Health Technologies Workshop Today!

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27/10/2021: Sixth report on the State of the Energy Union, Maria Leptin takes up post as Head of the ERC, COP26, and more.

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Sixth Report on the State of the Energy Union;

– Science Europe Panel: Empowering Policy Makers with Informed Scientific Knowledge to Address the Climate Crisis;
– As COP26 Approaches, European Universities lag on Fossil Fuel Divestment;
– Maria Leptin takes up post as Head of the ERC;
– European Academies call for more equitable Access Publishing;
– New €1.5 Billion Call for Green Technology Demonstrators.

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28/7/2021: Pre-draft of Model Grant Agreement, Consultation on Low-Carbon Technologies, funding for low carbon technologies, Science Europe on the new ERA, and costs for regulating AI

In today’s Morning Brief:
– Commission releases pre-draft of the Horizon Europe Model Grant Agreement
– Consultation on Low-Carbon Industrial Technologies Prospect
– EU announces €122 million for 32 projects developing low carbon technologies
– Research funding agencies want a greater say in shaping new ERA
– Study warns of compliance costs for regulating Artificial Intelligence

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