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Identifier: H2020-SC5-2018-2019-2020Pillar: Societal ChallengesOpening Date: Deadline: Tue, 4 Sep 2018 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)Modification Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2018Latest information: Please find here the published FAQs.
The report documents how Europe's economic prosperity and social model rely on its ability to create and disseminate innovation. At the same time, the EU needs to fully embrace emerging innovations and technologies in order to overcome a severe productivity problem and to sustain the current economic growth.
It's hard to map a path forward if you don't understand the lie of the land. City planners concerned with the implications of climate change thus need detailed information on the districts within their remit. New s
Using innovative nanotechnologies, an EU-funded project is developing more efficient and sustainable vaccine manufacturing processes. The cost of vaccines puts a brake on wider immunisation, so these new processes will find broad application - especially in developing ec
Identifier: H2020-S2RJU-2018Pillar: Societal ChallengesOpening Date: Deadline: Tue, 24 Apr 2018 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)Modification Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2018Latest information: On19 February 2018 a list of questions and answers has been published (topic section: Additional documents
Identifier: H2020-LC-SC3-2018-2019-2020Pillar: Societal ChallengesOpening Date: Deadline: Wed, 31 Jan 2018 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)Modification Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2018Latest information: The Frequently Asked Questions for topic LC-SC3-EE-6-2018-2019-2020 can be accessed here.
An EU-funded project is investigating protein-rich crops in Europe as attractive alternatives to meat - a means to reduce the environmental impact of livestock on the planet and provide farmers with a new source of income.
Science Café with František Štěpánek is an unconventional open discussion with theme "Future of microscopic robots". Prof. František Štěpánek is a recognized scientist in the field of chemical engineering. His research is focused on microscopic chemical robots that mimic single-cell organisms. One of the main drivers for the development of chemical robots is the area of oncology, and especially controlled and targeted delivery of chemotherapeutics to tumours, along with the related diagnostics and control. Currently Prof.
Science Café with Michal Hejcman is an unconventional open discussion with theme "When botany and chemistry meet archaeology?". Prof. Michal Hejcman is a recognized interdisciplinary scientist and works in the fields of environmental chemistry, agronomy and botany. His research is focused on patterns of human subsistence across time and space. He conducts investigations of deserted human settlements and has participated in various archaeological excavations from Israel to Iceland. Prof. Hejcman leads the research group Human Adaptability Studies at the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague.
Organised by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE), this event will be the place to be to discuss how to contribute to smart, sustainable and safe Mobility, relying on the trans-European transport network and investments in transport connectivity. The TEN-T Days will also host an idea accelerator and futuristic lab, to allow young European entrepreneurs and companies to showcase innovative mobility solutions. There will be a high-level Inter-institutional meeting to discuss further synergies between transport, energy and digital connectivity, and the investment support with highest EU value-added in the post-2020 framework, leading to a Ljubljana declaration by all relevant stakeholders on key principles for investment in smart, sustainable and safe mobility.