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MSCA 2018 - Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Annual Conference

1-2 October 2018, Vienna, Austria

The Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research will host a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Conference in Vienna (Austria), from 1-2 October 2018.

In a year when core strategic objectives will be discussed in the EU research and education policy areas, the MSCA 2018 will serve as a key event in the Research and Innovation and Higher Education events calendar of the Austrian EU Presidency to shed a light on the importance of human ressources, career development and excellence.

During this Presidency Conference, a dedicated workshop on the 'Human Resources Strategy for Researchers' (HRS4R) will be held, addressing universities, research institutions and research funders investing in researchers’ talents, skills and career development.

This workshop also brings forward issues related to skills and talent management in an Open Science environment closely linked to the European Framework for Research Careers.

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Human biomonitoring in Europe – science and policy for healthy citizens

28 September 2018, Vienna, Austria

Under the auspices of the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union

Co-organised with the European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, this conference will demonstrate how human biomonitoring activities contribute to science, policy making and citizens' awareness raising.

Participants will see new results emerging from the Horizon 2020 co-financed European Human Biomonitoring Initiative (HBM4EU) and will discuss the future of HBM in Europe.

The agenda and registration modalities, information about the venue and accommodation possibilities can be found on the conference website.

Please note that due to the size of the venue the registration will close when the maximum number of participants has been reached.

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Life Sciences Baltics 2018

26-27 September 2018, Vilnius, Lithuania

Life Sciences Baltics 2018 is the only international forum in the Baltics for world-class biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical devices experts from all around the world.

It provides a unique opportunity to explore the new horizons of partnerships, exchange ideas and seek progress through networking.

Discover enormous potential and passion in the field of life sciences in Lithuania and the Baltics – the gateway to emerging markets.

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MEDI@4SEC Innovative Market Solutions Workshop and Industry Day

26 September 2018, Brussels, Belgium

The aim of this workshop is to create a common vision and agenda for the technological future of policing through the usage of innovation in social media.

We will be discussing how will cutting edge technology like Virtual and Augmented Reality will integrate in security, what are the challenges and opportunities of such technology.

Do we need more training and education towards authorities for faster adaptation to new technologies and the legal and ethical issues raising with the advanced usage of social media.

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European Health Challenges: The role of imaging technology in addressing key biomedical questions of the future

25 September 2018, Brussels, Belgium

The White Rose Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York are home to some of the top European Centres in Advanced Imaging and Microscopy studying at a macromolecular level the impact of disease on individual cells, using a wealth of first class equipment to conduct world leading biological research.

Hear our panel of experts present their cutting edge research on the use of advanced imaging in the design of new medicines for the future. For the first time, imaging at near atomic level produces amazing pictures of cells actively dividing, incredible detail of organ damage eg to the lungs and investigation of how cells behave when attacked by a virus.

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