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Conference on botanicals in food

19-20 November 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark

Botanicals have gained popularity as ingredients in food supplements and are lately also collected from the wild and used in ordinary food. However, some botanicals may pose a risk to human health. 

 

Join the international conference on botanicals in food on November 19-20 2014 to gain knowledge and participate in discussions about state-of-the-art risk assessment and regulation. 

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Sharing experience to better implement the HR strategy for researchers - Mutual Learning Seminars

20 November 2014, Brussels, Belgium

The European Commission is committed to increasing the attractiveness of research careers in Europe and to improving employment and working conditions for researchers. Further work is necessary to implement a sound Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R), based upon the uptake of the Charter and Code concept. HR managers from research institutions and funding organisations will come together to share their experiences and best practices when implementing the HRS4R in their institutions for the benefit of the researchers. Participants will also share creative and innovative, and yet feasible, ideas on the key elements needed to improve the current HRS4R implementation procedure.

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2 years of NOPOOR research: Enhancing Knowledge for Renewed Policies against Poverty

20 November 2014, Brussels

The NOPOOR project will be evaluated at mid-term by the European Commission (DG RTD) on 20th November 2014. The Consortium will have to emphasise the extent to which the work done tends towards achieving the objectives written in the DoW (description of work). With this occasion, several scientific programmes will be presented to the audience, in order to expose the current state of the research.

The NOPOOR project addresses poverty through new lens and multiple angles. Seven main topics discuss the multidimensionality of poverty: concepts and measurement, international aid, impact of globalisation, labour market and informal sector, education and social policies, role of the state and scenarios for the future. After more than two years, the first results are now being released, mostly represented by study cases. Some of the studies have been presented during the Dakar policy seminar in June 2014 which involved several West African policy makers. Furthermore, individual papers were presented during various seminars and were also submitted to international journals.

For registrations, please contact:

Delia Visan, Project manager, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, France , delia.visan@ird.fr, or

Zoltán KRASZNAI, Policy and Project Officer, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission, zoltan.krasznai@ec.europa.eu

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The International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition (AIPR2014)

17-19 November 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition is an international, non-profit conference devoted to increase public understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) and pattern recognition. Some of the research topics includes data mining, emerging technologies and intelligent information systems. Visit our website to learn more.

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The International Conference on Data Mining, Internet Computing, and Big Data (BigData2014)

17-19 November 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The event is part of The Third World Congress on Computing and Information Technology (WCIT). Emerging information technologies offer new ways for: improving methods, enabling automation and productive decision-making mechanisms and altering current ways of work. Research has tended to address a direct causal relationship between the emerging and potential information technologies and the future of humanity.

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