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Third P2P participation Country Report published by ERA-LEARN

Third P2P participation Country Report published by ERA-LEARN

Published Nov 25, 2019
ERA-LEARN is publishing a series of publications on the current status of Public-to-Public (P2P) participation in individual countries. In addition to the country reports on Poland and Austria, ERA-LEARN now published the third one, focussing on Spain. The reports provide an analysis of P2P particip…
A heads up for World Microbiome Day 2020

A heads up for World Microbiome Day 2020

Published Nov 18, 2019
On the 27th of June 2020, the second edition of World Microbiome Day will be organised. The 2020 theme will be ‘Diversity’; celebrating the diversity of microbes, microbiome habitats and diets to feed & fuel microbiomes. Part of the programme will be to introduce international microbiome researc…
World Soil Day 2019: ‘Stop soil erosion, Save our future’

World Soil Day 2019: ‘Stop soil erosion, Save our future’

Published Nov 18, 2019
The 2019 edition of World Soil Day, held globally at the 5th of December, focuses attention on the importance of fighting soil erosion. To this end, there will be dedicated activities across the globe. World Soil Day is intended to raise awareness on the importance of sustaining healthy ecosystems a…
Urban Accessibility and Connectivity call opening soon

Urban Accessibility and Connectivity call opening soon

Published Nov 18, 2019
The ERA-NET Cofund on Urban Accessibility and Connectivity (ENUAC) is planning to launch its call for proposals to open in December/January. The call invites researchers, cities, municipalities, businesses, civil society and other stakeholders to build transnational consortia to create challenge-dri…
New research granted on Mediterranean priorities

New research granted on Mediterranean priorities

Published Nov 15, 2019
PRIMA, the long-term Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area, has published the results of their 2019’ Section 1 Call. A total number of seventeen projects, under five topics, are selected for funding. Research ranges from ‘traceability and authenticity of Mediterranean foo…
Two calls expected on food and nutrition

Two calls expected on food and nutrition

Published Nov 15, 2019
The Joint Programming Initiative ‘A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life’ (JPI HDHL), expects to launch two new calls early 2020. One call will focus on prevention of unhealthy weight gain and obesity during early life and other critical life events throughout the lifespan. The second call will address d…
Joint research on the societal impact of climate change

Joint research on the societal impact of climate change

Published Nov 15, 2019
A joint transnational call for proposals on ‘Societal transformations in the face of climate change’ (SOLSTICE) recently opened. Social Sciences and Humanities are invited to take the lead in submitting proposals that address the societal impact of climate change. Transformational change requires in…
Save the date for the 6th HDHL International Conference

Save the date for the 6th HDHL International Conference

Published Nov 8, 2019
On June 17th, 2020, The Joint Programming Initiative on ‘Healthy Diets for a Healthy Life’, will host its 6th international conference in Brussels. The event will bring together a wide variety of stakeholders from the field of food, nutrition and health - to exchange, engage in discussions and find …
‘Next Generation Science for Oceans’ funds oceans and climate interactions

‘Next Generation Science for Oceans’ funds oceans and climate interactions

Published Nov 7, 2019
The JPI Climate and JPI Oceans’ joint transnational call will fund two projects focused on oceans and climate interactions. The projects, expected to start in April 2020, will conduct research on these interactions by analysing model simulations and observational data. The aim is to better understan…
Contribute to the active and healthy ageing partnership proposal of AAL

Contribute to the active and healthy ageing partnership proposal of AAL

Published Nov 7, 2019
The European Commission is currently considering how to meet the challenges of an ageing population and make the most of its many opportunities. It is expected that a new partnership programme will emerge from these deliberations that both funds research, as well as helps stimulating innovation in d…
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