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European Industry Day

28 February 2017, Brussels

 

Help us shape the industrial agenda of tomorrow at this event on 28 February in Brussels !

400 participants, key industrial players, global trend shapers and high-level policy makers will inspire debate on the future of European industry.

The event will open with a video message from Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. Commission Vice-President Jyrki Katainen, and Commissioners Elżbieta Bieńkowska and Carlos Moedas will participate.

Representatives of traditional and new sectors, entrepreneurs, innovators, start-ups and the tech community will share the stage with key EU political leaders.

Related news :

Commission brings in top innovators to advise on a potential European Innovation Council

Horizon 2020, 2 years on

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Horizon 2020 – Performance and Further Simplification

28 February 2017, Committee of the Regions, Brussels

Meeting of Commissioner Moedas with European stakeholder organisations to discuss on future simplification in Horizon 2020  and in preparation for FP9.

The Event will be web-streamed:

https://livestream.com/corlive2/events/7016198


    

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Argus Emissions Market 2017

28 February - 2 March 2017, Prague, Czech Republic

Argus Emissions Markets 2017 is a meeting place for the global emissions market and this year the event will examine upcoming amendments to the EU ETS and emerging opportunities across international markets.

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SRA Policy Forum: Risk Governance for Key Enabling Technologies

1-3 March 2017, Venice, Italy

The continued development and growing opportunities for commercialization of key enabling technologies (e.g., nanotechnology, synthetic biology, biomaterials) raises fundamental environmental health and safety (EHS) challenges for regulators in various governments.

Even though existing practices for risk assessment and management (RA&M) are applicable to these technologies, their implementation requires information that is difficult to obtain given the limited availability of quantitative data to populate models corresponding to material exposure, hazard, and consequences.

To facilitate regulatory decision making for emerging technology research and innovation and account for corresponding EHS risks, a comprehensive risk governance (RG) framework must account for both qualitative and quantitative data under high uncertainty and local/regional requirements for technology governance.

The SRA Forum will provide discussion of current initiatives that are centered on refining the risk governance of emerging technologies through the integration of traditional risk analytic tools alongside considerations of social and economic concerns.

Such an approach will help account for objective and subjective information alike in order to foster effective governance for emerging technologies with uncertain and potentially consequential risks.

The Forum will develop summaries of current activities of multiple efforts in the United States, European Union, Asia, Latin America, and elsewhere, and will indicate opportunities for future meetings and research.

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SEA Europe event: 'European Maritime Technology - A Future for Europe!'

2 March 2017, Brussels, Concert Noble

Within the frame of the 2nd European Shipping Week (27 February to 3 March 2017, Brussels), SEA Europe -the Ships and Maritime Equipment Association - is organising the conference 'European Maritime Technology - A Future for Europe!', which will take place in Brussels at Concert Noble. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

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International conference on Vaccines

20-22 February 2017, Baltimore, USA

This scientific conference will bring an opportunity to share potential benefits and limitations of vaccines in preventing and control of infectious and non-infectious diseases thereby enhancing the quality and longevity of life.

Vaccines-2017 includes plenary lectures, Keynote lectures and short course by eminent personalities from around the world in addition to contributed papers both oral and poster presentations.

This International Vaccines conference is a gathering of expert professionals, academicians and researchers all over the world. Meet the experts, strengthen and update your ideas on vaccines at this scientific conference.

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Cell Culture and Downstream World Congress 2017

21-22 February 2017, Munich, Germany

In 2017 we are combining the Cell Culture World Congress and the Downstream Processing World Congress, to bring you the Cell Culture and Downstream World Congress 2017, an all-encompassing event covering the whole manufacture and bioprocess life cycle.

We are also introducing our new Formulation, Fill and Finish stream, where we look to cover important issues such as formulating high concentration biologics, freeze-drying for stability and longevity, novel filling technologies and a lot more.

Across the event we will be showcasing exciting new technologies such as CRISPR gene editing, 3D printing of bioreactors and new methods of vaccine production.

Content will include cutting edge research and even more case studies, over 70 presentations from those working in manufacture, bioprocess and formulation, fill and finish in big pharma and interactive sessions with biotechs.

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Hands-on Flow Cytometry: Learning by Doing

20 February 2017, Heidelberg, Germany

Flow Cytometry is one of the most powerful single cell analysis methods used throughout the life sciences and medicine. Utilising Flow Cytometry we can identify and quantify different from heterogeneous samples, analyse the corresponding state of proliferation or simply detect the expression of fluorescent reporters.

Improvements in assay technology are now enabling scientist to detect mRNAs in cells using flow cytometry.

We will cover the theory of Flow Cytometry and corroborate this information intensively with the practical issues of the most frequent assays as part of our practical course curriculum.

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Impact of the Third Sector as Social Innovation

20 February 2017, Brussels

 

The conference will take place at the representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg in Brussels on Monday, February 20, 2017. Please find the programme attached.

 

We will make the conference: Concise, interactive, and guided by key insights. We will leave lots of time and space for you to engage. Come and benefit from the knowledge ITSSOIN has produced, pose your questions, and discuss with us and a diverse audience of practitioners, policy makers and researchers!

 

Please register now via the ITSSOIN website.

 

Recommendations on accommodation will be available soon on the registration site. For those whose participation would be made impossible by the costs associated with travel, we have a limited budget for helping you cover expenses. When registering you will need to indicate, if and why you are in need of financial support. We will decide on your request and get back to you as soon as possible.

Should you have immediate questions, please get in touch with lea.heyer@csi.uni-heidelberg.de and ute.bongertz@csi.uni-heidelberg.de

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ITSSOIN concluding conference

20 February 2017, Brussels, Belgium

The concluding conference of the EC funded FP7 project ITSSOIN. In a short and concise meeting we want to present and discuss the questions:

(1) Who spurs social innovation in Europe and which organisational traits enable drivers of social innovation to take that position?

(2) Is the Third Sector really better placed to promote social innovation than businesses and public agencies?

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