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This webinar, organised by the EFFECT project, will provide advice on how to best design a successful communication and dissemination strategy for FET projects. It addresses researchers and projects coordinators, as well as any stakeholder interested in FET research.
The centrepiece of Framework Programme 9 is to be ten moonshot projects that inspire the public and connect people to EU R&D. Researchers are starting to pitch in with their ideas
The Basque Country is among the most important industrial concentrations in Spain and is now successfully entering the so called ‘Industry 4.0’ era, where machines and robotics are remotely connected to computer systems. Services are an integrated part of this new revolution and they are changing the business models of a wide range of industries around the world.
Scientists need to call their governments and complain, Carlos Moedas said as he vowed to make his case to ministers of science and finance
Following the success of the previous editions, in 2018 the European Commission will again award prizes to recognise three of Europe's most innovative female entrepreneurs and one young female innovator.
Horizon 2020 – the EU's current framework programme for research and innovation – has been a success, but further effort is needed to step up European R&I beyond the framework programme, rapporteurs of the European Committee of the Regions and the European Parliament stated on Thursday. The European Commission is currently conducting a mid-term evaluation of Horizon 2020, which will serve as starting point for reflections for the new EU R&I programme beyond 2020.
The European Commission is looking for organisations based in Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, or Slovenia taking on the role of a Digital Innovation Hub (DIH) to participate in a training programme managed by PwC and Oxentia.
Ten cities using the most innovative ideas to improve quality of life and to involve citizens in community life have reached the final stage of the European Capital of Innovation Award 2017.
BONUS, the joint Baltic Sea research and development programme has opened a competitive call ‘BONUS call 2017: Synthesis’ in August. Proposals are invited until 9 November 2017 for transnational desktop-studies up to 18-months and EUR 450 000 of funding. Mandatory preregistration for all applicants is a month earlier on 9 October 2017.
The European Union has made available financial tools that can boost broadband investment in order to support Member States and private investors, as well as to promote economic growth and opportunities.

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