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Wednesday, 18 October 2017

1. Research Headlines - Creating a one-stop-shop for smooth travel

From passengers to operators and retailers, everyone is in favour of a more intuitive and seamless travel experience. The Co-Active project will contribute to making this a reality. Initiatives include facilitating the purchase, exchange and refund of tickets for multimodal products and services through a 'one-stop-shop'. [read more]

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

2. Research Headlines - Sharper focus on gravitational waves

The detection of gravitational waves in 2015 provided groundbreaking information about the Universe. Building on this discovery, EU-funded scientists have now detected waves at three observatories, a first in astrophysics, making it possible to locate the signals’ origin and better apply the data they provide. [read more]

Monday, 16 October 2017

3. Research Headlines - Food sharing puts sustainability on the menu

EU-funded researchers are carrying out a comprehensive analysis of urban food-sharing schemes, examining how they embrace modern technologies like the internet and smart phones. The worldwide study could help people living in cities make more sustainable use of food resources. [read more]

Friday, 13 October 2017

4. Events - New approaches to science for policy: an international SAPEA conference - 13 October 2017

This one-day SAPEA conference takes place on 13 October 2017 and will explore new approaches to science for policy from a variety of stakeholder perspectives. The conference will be hosted by the Estonian Academy of Sciences in Tallinn and is closely linked to the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research’s conference week European research excellence: value and impact for society. A highlight is TV presenter and academic, Professor Brian Cox, speaking on citizen engagement. The interface between research and policymaking will be discussed in 4 sessions: 1. [read more]

Thursday, 12 October 2017

5. European Sustainable Chemistry Technology Platform Brokerage Event 2017 - 18 October 2017, Brussels, Belgium

The SusChem 2017 Brokerage event is a unique opportunity for industry, academia, SMEs and other research and innovation actors to : • Ptich project ideas for the H2020 2018 and 2019 calls • Meet potential partners and build up consortia • Interact with other stakeholders The event is free of charge. SusChem has launched a series of videos on potential call topics and scope from the Horizon 2020 draft annual work porgramme 2018-2019. You can watch them @SusChem on Twitter and YouTube. Register by October 10 [read more]

6. Events - DANDELION Workshop "European integration, inequalities and citizens’ participation: How social sciences create value for policy and society” - 13 October 2017, Tallinn

DANDELION will organise a Thematic Workshop on 13 October 2017, as a side-event of the Estonian Presidency Research Policy Conference "European Research Excellence - Impact and Value for Society" that will take place in Tallinn, Estonia. The interactive roundtable discussion at the workshop will highlight how research from socio-economic sciences and humanities (SSH) contributes to understanding and coping with rising social inequalities and exclusion, how to foster citizens’ and especially youth participation in democratic processes, and not least, how to promote inclusive visions of EU integration. In a series of inputs, representatives from academia, policy-making, and the civil society will showcase “what works” in practice in terms of research transfer to other societal stakeholders for the common benefit. [read more]

7. Railways of the Future - 25 October 2017, Brussels, Belgium

Participants will provide practical recommendations to meet industry’s needs through standardization. [read more]

8. Swiss Science Briefing: Alternative ways of assessing research in Social Science and the Humanities - 19 October 2017, Brussels, Belgium

Jointly organised by the Mission of Switzerland to the EU, SwissCore and the University of Geneva. This event will reflect on the role, output and evaluation of research in Social Science and Humanities by feeding the results of the Swiss programme “Research performances in the humanities and social sciences” (CUS –P3) into discussions on a European level. The invited discussants from the EC, LERU, EASSH, swissuniversities and the University of Geneva will touch on the more general debate on the role of SSH in society and in European research and innovation programmes. [read more]

9. Valorisation Activities and SSH Research Ripeness for Impact - DANDELION Workshop - - 31 October 2017, Lisbon

In the context of the Conference “Democracy and Europe - our common future?”, the project DANDELION (‘Promoting EU funded projects of inclusive, innovative and reflective societies’) is organising a workshop on the 31st of October 2017 (14:30 to 17:15) around the theme of “Valorisation activities and SSH research Ripeness for Impact”. The workshop aims at bringing together SSH researchers, research managers, such as National Contact Points, and dissemination/impact managers, in order to generate actionable knowledge for the everyday practice of SSH research, and help demonstrate and enhance its unique value. [read more]

10. World Forum for Democracy 2017 - From Fake to Fact: How to strengthen ties among Research, Policy, and Society to counter populism? - 9 November 2017, Strasbourg

‘Post-fact’ politics is internationally fuelling concern, particularly in contested fields of public policy, such as social and minority rights, external relations and migration/refugee affairs, and, not least, counter-terrorism and -radicalisation. The interplay of value divergence and uncertainty has proved very vulnerable to opportunistic, simplistic discourses that blend out uncomfortable facts, disqualify opposing views, and polarise public opinion. Under such circumstances, the relationship among science, policy making, and society is taking a new twist: In the face of proliferation of fake news via social media, and the spread and ‘normalisation’ of uncivil and manipulative behaviours in the public sphere by populist and extremist parties for political gain, the demand for evidence-based resistance has become visible. While researchers, policy makers, and the media operate along different logics, interests, and time-frames for their action, there is a pressing need to re-examine responsibilities of research and academia, politicians and public administration, as well as the media and the organised civil society, and recast their strategic partnerships. [read more]

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