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Here are some tips to imrpove you Eurostars application form. [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
Femicide across Europe is the first pan-European research network investigating the causes and risk factors of a phenomenon killing thousands of women every year, worldwide. [read more]
An event for policy makers and young COST Action researchers alike, this year’s COST Get Together portraits theme depicted the people involved in European research. The evening featured various interviews introducing researchers’ work as well as policy makers’ views on the role networking played in coordinating research initiatives across Europe. [read more]
EUREKA experts attended more than 40 B2B meetings which took place in a matchmaking event organised by ACCIÓ with the support of the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) as part of the Smart City World Congress in Barcelona November 17th to 19th. The aim of the event was to assist SMEs, start-ups, entrepreneurs, corporations and cities in finding international partners for product development, manufacturing and licensing agreements, joint ventures or other types of partnership. [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
Africa is particularly vulnerable to disease outbreaks, and the continent has large gaps in preventative healthcare. So it makes sense to build regional capacity to find solutions to these health problems. An EU-funded project trained new graduates in Africa to develop health research programmes and share scientific knowledge. [read more]
MASE Project Press Conference – 25 November 2015, DLR Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Köln, Germany - http://mase.esf.org/mase-press-conference-dlr.html [read more]
Source: European Science Foundation
The first 40 Actions funded under the COST Association show a highly interdisciplinary nature, with almost half of the Actions being related to two or three main OECD fields of Science and Technology. [read more]
To ensure food and energy security for today's growing populations, governments increasingly turn to earth observation. Remotely-sensed data can provide valuable information on crops, livestock, woodlands and fires. Innovative, EU-funded research partnerships helped reinforce African capacities in this area. [read more]