17/02/2022: INESC-ID AI research, a new science TV channel?, International Cooperation, UT Austin Portugal, European Chips Survey, EU cooperation with Colombia and Africa, and more.
In today’s Morning Brief:
– INESC-ID Artificial Intelligence researchers ranked as some of the best in Europe;
– CNRS: a TV channel dedicated to science, EU grants, more collaboration with partners in Africa;
– International Cooperation: UK goes it alone, EU brings South Korea and New Zealand to the table;
– UT Austin Portugal Program commemorates its 15th anniversary;
– EU ministers to discuss Commission’s defense R&D roadmap at Paris conference;
– European Chips Survey: Stakeholder survey on European chips demand;
– Restore our Oceans and Waters, a Synergy Info Pack by CORDIS;
– European Commission joins forces with African partners to promote circular economy;
– EU and Colombia step up cooperation for nature, climate and sustainable development;
– How can the EU help those touched by energy poverty?;
– Switzerland seeks to join EU’s Copernicus Earth observation programme;
– France confirms ‘European climate conference’ in March, with objectives still unclear.