The winners of the 2019 Eu
THis is about the @Revised text of the Political Declaration setting out the framework for the future relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom as agreed at negotiators’ level on 17 October 2019, to replace the one published in OJ C 66I of 19.2.2019."
The European Union’s top prizes for young scientists were awarded to:
Nominated for Innovation and Youth commissioner, Gabriel is expected to take on an expanded portfolio, merging education with research and innovation. She will move from her current post overseeing digital policy
By Éanna Kelly
Siemens is a Germany-based conglomerate company which specializes in engineering, electronics, and medical electrical devices.
The Commission will today announce that the EU’s satellite navigation system Galileo will on Tuesday reach 1 billion users. The record number comes in handy as a 15th birthday present for the Prague-based European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency, the body responsible for space and for operating Galileo.
The EU Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, Carlos Moedas announced the names of the experts who have been selected as members* of the mission boards to work on five major European research and innovation missions.
Academia is tough - now imagine trying to enter it as a Syrian refugee - but it can be done successfully
Tomorrow will see a new Prime Minister take on the BREXIT challenge. Specifically, he has not ruled out a no deal scenario. Delivering the deal negotiated with the EU remains the government’s top priority. This has not changed. The text below is the governments current advice to UK participants. It deals with funding issues.