The 15th MCAA NEWSLETTER
The few news stories published today all relate to one item. This is the new framework for funding R&D and Innovtion by the EC and comes out only once in a blue moon - or less perhaps...
Horizon Europe and the Euratom Research and Training Programme will promote effective and operational synergies with other future EU programmes and policies to promote faster dissemination at national and regional level and uptake of research and innovation results, including:
Outline of Horizon-Europe proposal - the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions heading for stable funding levels
The structure of the overall programme will remain much as before - three pillars supported by a horizontal "strengthening" action
Horizon-Europe Proposals - Health and Scientific research, particularly into new vaccines, was not one of the winners....
The European Commission may be planning to hike spending for its flagship research programme, but health and scientific research, particularly into new vaccines, was not one of the winners from the proposal announced on Thursday (7 June). This text is from EURACTIV
European Commission detailed on Thursday (7 June) plans to strengthen its science and innovation fund, focusing on disruptive innovations and financing “a couple of good missions” that would inspire people as the moon-landing project did, commissioner Carlos Moedas said.
This is the leading European business strategy event of the year, and has been held annually since the Millennium. The theme of this year’s edition is “Leading in a changing world: Europe at the forefront of global economic, social and political change”.
Jackson Hole WILD and WGBH are currently accepting fellowship applications for the 2018 Science Media Awards and Summit in the Hub (SMASH18).
InTalent is a new research support initiative by University of A Coruña and Inditex, based on the sole criterion of scientific excellence and aimed at attracting postdoctoral research talent with extensive international experience and standing. We offer support to all Excellent Science projects without exclusion, irrespective of discipline or specialisation.
The results of the elections for the twelve new members of the Governing Board of EuroScience for 2018-2022 are now public.
The immediate past president of the MCAA, Brian Cahill was voted onto the Board with the 4th highest number of votes from the 28 candidates. This is a recognition of his work while Chair and his standing in the Scientific Community