6-7 October 2015, Brussels, Belgium
Be part of this conference and learn how to make more of your bioeconomy R&D results. The conference is divided per topic so you can choose the day that is most relevant for you, or attend both days, depending on your preference:
By joining this conference you will have the opportunity to practice pitching your results to business experts, to debate methodologies for policy improvement, to discuss how to further develop your concepts, and to network with other stakeholders in your field, to explore new opportunities for future collaboration.
7-9 October 2015, Berlin
The joint meeting ECBS & ICBS 2015 brings together chemical biology researchers from screening and drug discovery, systems biology and therapeutic innovation.
It builds on the success at the 3rd ICBS 2014 in San Francisco and the 3rd ECBS 2012 in Vienna and will enable the exchange of research and professional collaboration and drive important discoveries in chemical biology worldwide.
We anticipate more than 300 participants and 40 speakers from all around the world at this conference, which is a joint event of EU-OPENSCREEN, ICBS and EFMC.
Session topics: - Chemoproteomics - Epigenetics - Conjugates for targeted delivery - Antiinfectives - Cheminformatics & Chemical Systems Biology - Molecular Imaging - Probing the structure and function of PTMs
8 October 2015, Stuttgart, Germany
The EU-funded Factory of the Future project ‘CassaMobile’ cordially invites you to its first public workshop.
This workshop is co-organized with 7 EU projects and 3 nationally funded German projects and will discuss the current state of the art in local and customized production.
There will be two sessions:
If you are interested in this workshop please register below! It's free!
8 October 2015, Amsterdam
ERA-Can+ promotes cooperation between the European Union and Canada in science, technology and innovation with a broad range of activities.
This Information Session will consist of several presentation slots during the breaks of the eScience Symposium in Amsterdam.
Venue: 3rd National eScience Symposium ArenA Boulevard 1 1100 DL Amsterdam The Netherlands
2 October 2015, Brussels
Description of the event
The event targeted potential applicants to the calls for project proposals under the Smart Grids & Storage topic of the Horizon 2020 Work programme 2016-2017 ‘Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy’. Presentations covered information on the calls and the application procedure. A networking session took place in the afternoon.
Presentations and networking
Please contact us for further information.
1 October 2015, Strasbourg, France
This event dedicated to Key Enabling Technologies will target upcoming calls for Nanotechnologies and Advanced Materials, Biotechnologies, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing, (including Energy efficiency in Buildings - PPP EeB), Factories of the Future (FoF) and Sustainable Process Industries (SPIRE).
Participants will have the opportunity to present their own project concepts and to meet representatives from companies/SMEs, universities and research organisations in order to exchange ideas during pre-arranged meetings with the aim of paving the way for future cooperation.
1 October 2015, Granada, Spain
This event, hosted by the Digital Heritage 2015 conference, is a panel discussion involving EU projects RICHES, Civic Epistemologies, E-Space, PREFORMA and the international association Photoconsortium.
Relevant speakers from key European institutions will lead a debate to understand the path towards a more advanced society that makes use of the full potential of digital technologies to foster cultural and societal progress.
This panel is a great occasion for sharing knowledge and best practices. Cultural managers, ICT experts, researchers, service providers and other European projects are warmly invited to attend, for cross-dissemination and networking.
1 October 2015, Manchester, UK
Information and Networking event for Horizon 2020 funding for Water Innovation.
Join us for this event to: