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Audio-PowerPoint presentation of ‘Science with and for Society’

This Audio-PowerPoint presentation of ‘Science with and for Society’ has been conceived for general information and training purposes. It will allow you to have a broad understanding of the ‘Science with and for Society’ programme for 2014 and 2015 in slightly more than half an hour.

The full presentation includes a brief introduction and 5 modules that can be seen independently at your convenience, but that are all important if you wish to submit a proposal to the ‘Science with and for Society’ calls:

Introduction (1'07")

A: The rationale and history of Science with and for Society (8'06")

B: An outline of the 4 calls for proposals open in 2014 (9'45")

C: An overview of some important horizontal issues if you plan to submit a proposal (4'14")

D: A presentation on Responsible Research and Innovation, a Cross-Cutting Issue in Horizon 2020 (7'34")

E: A brief overview of the content of the 2015 calls for proposals (5'36")


This audio-information package does not replace the official documents and information you may find on the Participants Portal you are invited to visit should you wish to submit a proposal under 'Science with and for Society'.
Should you have more questions on 'Science with and for Society' please send them to Research Enquiry Service.

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