27-29 March 2017, London, United Kingdom
The Organising Committee of the World Congress on Cancer invites you to participate in the World Congress on Cancer will takes place on March 27-29, 2017 in London, UK and the theme of the conference is “Aspiration, inspiration and imagination – Cancer research, Treatment and Care”.
28-30 March 2017, Regensburg, Germany
It is a pleasure to invite you to the 3rd European Congress on Tattoo and Pigment Research. The congress will take place on 28-30 March 2017 in Regensburg, Germany which is a prominent World Heritage Site of UNESCO.
The congress will gather participants from all over Europe and outside working in the field of tattoos, pigment research, and tattoo related medicine.
29 March 2017, Brussels, Belgium
It is our pleasure to invite you to the conference 'Opportunities for a Knowledge and Innovation Community in Urban Mobility', organised by the European Commission that will take place in les Ateliers des Tanneurs (60A rue des Tanneurs), Brussels, Belgium on 29 March 2017.
The European Commission recognises the essential role of entrepreneurship, skills training, business development, and demonstration actions to advance innovation in the field of urban mobility, and bring together representatives from businesses, research centres and universities to enable world-class education, innovation and entrepreneurship to thrive in Europe.
At this event you will have a unique opportunity to build networks with other key players in the field and hear about plans for a potential EIT Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) in Urban Mobility in Europe, which is planned to be published by the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT) in early 2018.
Around 150 representatives from all sectors and across the EU are expected to come to this event for a chance to learn more about the prospect of collaborating for innovative urban mobility as part a potential KIC application.
This event is a great opportunity to share and to develop plans how to participate in and shape Europe's urban mobility future! Come along and be ready for the planned call for the KIC in Urban Mobility in 2018! As space is limited, we encourage you to register at the earliest opportunity!
29 March 2017, Brussels, Belgium
Save the date for the event 'Opportunities for a Knowledge and Innovation Community in Urban Mobility' to be held on 29 March 2017 in Brussels. This event is a unique opportunity to hear about the preparations to launch a call for proposals for the Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) in Urban Mobility in Europe, which is likely to be published in early 2018.
This 1-day awareness event provides an opportunity to discuss and hear about the EU's transport policies in urban mobility. This information could help you to propose where a Knowledge and Innovation Community in Urban Mobility could be funded to provide a real added value to deliver innovative solutions in urban mobility in Europe.
The Knowledge and Innovation Communities carry out activities that cover the entire innovation chain: training and education programmes, reinforcing the journey from research to the market, innovation projects, as well as business incubators and accelerators. KICs enable world-class education, innovation and entrepreneurship to thrive in Europe.
With this KIC call in 2018, the European Commission intends to support sustainable solutions for urban mobility by partnerships with businesses, research centres and universities.
This event is a great opportunity to share and to develop plans how to participate in and shape Europe's urban mobility future!
Further information will be published after 24.1.2017
29 March 2017, Brussels, Belgium
Using machine technology to sift through big data can help us further our understanding of the arts, business, science and beyond.
This provides an opportunity for economic and cultural growth. Yet in the EU, we aren’t doing as much of this text and data mining as in other parts of the world.
For the past 18 months, EU funded Project FutureTDM has been exploring why. Building on our findings (presented at our first workshop) we are now producing policy recommendations and guidelines to help improve EU uptake of TDM.
We will present these along with our latest report on the economics of TDM at the European Parliament workshop on 29 March. After the panel discussion, we will hold an informal session where stakeholders can provide further input on policy specific to their sector.
31 January 2017, Bozar, Brussels
Europe is in trouble. The Great Recession has heavily hit Southern Europe and has polarized the Continent between North and South. Growing nationalism in many EU countries and the increasing division of national societies provoke a tendency to fragmentation. Racism and xenophobia are also on the rising nearly everywhere. The crisis is deep and manifold and there are not simple remedies for it. But some of the most important European troubles are cultural in nature and others, like the economic ones, can be fruitfully connected to culture and cultural development. Therefore, cultural policy presumably can play a significant role in facing the current situation. The European Year of Cultural Heritage will offer a strategic opportunity for highlighting the benefits of acting on this field.
This policy seminar organized by CulturalBase aims to contribute to clarify the path that cultural heritage policies should follow for better addressing the challenges that Europe is confronting nowadays.
Registration by e-mail to email@example.com
31 January 2017, Brussels, Belgium
"Rethinking Container Management Systems" Final Conference
The Conference - attended by high-level institutional and industrial representatives - will focus on the key innovative features of the RCMS, a pioneering and ground-breaking robotic parking system able to efficiently manage and handle more containers per square- metre than traditional systems used in port and inland terminals. For more information: http://www.rcms-project.net/ This one-day event will offer intensive conference sessions addressing the following main topics: The future of Vertical Storage Advanced operational concepts Exploring the benefits of the automated vertical storage Comparison between state of the art technologies and the vertical storage solution Key factors for success when designing for RCMS vertical storage solution. You can register via: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rethinking-container-management-system-final-conference-tickets-30521105448
20-29 January 2017, Berlin
The 82nd International Green Week will take place in January 2017. Founded in Berlin in the Golden 20s, IGW is a one-of-a-kind international exhibition of the food, agriculture and gardening industries.
Popular with consumers and trade visitors
IGW is the origin of the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA). This is where over 60 international ministries and food producers meet – their displays reveal the fascinating world of the food and beverage industries.
3 R&D projects EARLYNUTRITION, ENREMILK and PERFORMANCE will be presented at the stand of DG AGRI on the Science Day - 22 January 2017 with some animations, recommendations and interactive quiz for the audience.
25-26 January 2017, Brussels, Belgiuim
The EU-funded ECsafeSEAFOOD project will host a stakeholder event and open science meeting at the Royal Flemish Academy of Science and Art in Brussels, Belgium, from 25-26 January 2017.
The conference, entitled ‘Seafood Safety: New Findings & Innovation Challenges’ is a unique event that marks the end of the ECsafeSEAFOOD project which has assessed food safety issues related to non-regulated contaminants present in seafood as a result of environmental contamination and evaluated their impact on public health.
Abstract submission deadline: 15 October 2016
Early bird registration deadline: 25 November 2016
Registration deadline: 15 January 2017
26 January 2017, Brussels, Belgium
The Mission Switzerland to the EU and SwissCore organise a briefing on New publishing models: fostering reproducibility and collaboration.
We are today witnessing a crisis in science publishing and this crisis is due to three main reasons: irreproducibility of scientific data, barriers to access data and finally, non-communication of data.
Following speakers will present: