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On 9 February 2015, the Informal Group of RTD Liaison Offices in Brussels (IGLO) organised a special session dedicated to the new COST Open Call. [read more]
Stay up-to-date with the COST latest news and opportunities! [read more]
"Cases of food poisoning from vegetables affect more people and lead to more hospitalisations than those from meat." While it may come as news to many consumers this fact, revealed by Ana Allende, a food microbiologist with CEBAS-CSIC, will not surprise her colleagues working on a major European research project on food safety. [read more]
Such is our fascination with the chameleon’s ability to change its colours that the word ‘chameleon’ has entered our lexicon. It now also describes a person with the uncanny ability to alter themselves according to their situation. This week scientists revealed how the chamele... [read more]
Published on: 12-March-2015 Within the scope of the European intergovernmental network EUKEKA, Germany and Turkey are publishing a bottom-up call for joint research and development (R&D) proje (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
The gambling industry in Europe, which is already worth an estimated EUR 89 billion, is undergoing rapid growth and change. Having resisted the economic downturn, gambling is expected to be worth EUR 351 billion globally by 2015. [read more]
Source: European Research Council
Young European research project administrators part of Targeted Network BESTPRAC examine ways of improving research administration practices across Europe and highlight the role of their profession in the context of EU research collaborations. [read more]
The Commission held last January the first annual review meeting of the Graphene Flagship, assisted by 14 independent experts in Brussels. The aim of the review was to assess the work of the Flagship in its first year of activities, covering the scientific and technological progress of the project as well as health and safety aspects and the Consortium's coordination and management. [read more]
From July 7th to July 8th, Brussels will be hosting CAPS2015, the international annual event on Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation. The event will start with a Conference in the morning of July 7 at the European Commission (Centre Albert Borschette), and continue in the afternoon with The CAPS2015 OFF Programme until the whole day of July 8 at La Tricoterie, Brussels. Registrations are free and now open. The Conference Programme will enhance dialogue between the European Commission and bottom-up organisations and practitioners. Leveraging on the success of CAPS2014 OFF, CAPS2015 OFF Programme will offer an extended 2-day dynamic schedule of talks, unconferences, workshops, hands-on sessions, and networking moments. Its programme is partly crowd-sourced from the community through an Open Call opened until April 30 and reflecting the participatory and inclusive ambition of the event. [read more]
Source: Research & Innovation Events
Latest news on FET research on funding opportunities, evaluation results, new H2020 FET projects starting, Flagship news, focus on German participation in FET projects....and more. [read more]