Nov 10, 2014

H2020 Guidance - Establishing a consortium agreement

Horizon 2020 (2014 to 2020) is an EU Research and Innovation programme with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years. It is the financial instrument implementing the Innovation Union, aiming at securing Europe's global competitiveness. The consortium agreement is part of the grant preparation phase of a H2020 proposal. It is a private agreement between the beneficiaries and on...
Nov 07, 2014

Fresh Island breeze blowing in SAM.SSA

On 04-05 November, 2014, The Phase Change Material Ltd. (PPL) hosted the fifth project meeting in Peterborough, England in the historic hotel Bull Hotel. The nine project partners presented promising ways of treating pure sugar alcohol or sugar alcohol blends to achieve crystallization and the corresponding measurements, which they conducted and tested over the last few months. Several teams had...
Oct 29, 2014

Meeting in Royal Fashion

On October 23rd and 24th, 2014, the MultiBioPro consortium gathered for the second time to discuss the project’s scientific progress and further collaboration. The conference was hosted by Paul Fraser, Royal Holloway and Bedford new College and took place at Cumberland Lodge in Windsor Great Park, UK. Cumberland Lodge, as an educational charity, is a unique conference centre which aims at “the...
Oct 08, 2014

Ongoing CoMMiTMenT

Exactly one year after the project CoMMiTMenT kicked off in October 2013, Lars Kaestner and his international collaboration partners gathered to draw the balance. The meeting, which took place on October 1-2, 2014 at the Gran Hotel Don Jaime in Barcelona, showed the tremendous work progress of the group. After listening to the individual progress reports and vivid discussions Kaestner was more...
Sep 30, 2014

Out now! ENTRACTE newsletter online

The second ENTRACTE Newsletter is now published on the ENTRACTE-website. It reflects the contribution of the ENTRACTE research project for a functioning climate policy taking into account a careful design and holistic thinking. It gives an overview about recent activities, research highlights and dissemination activities of ENTRACTE.    The ENTRACTE research project is funded under...
Sep 28, 2014

BLUEPRINT scientists publish three Science papers

In the September 26th issue of Science, three papers from the BLUEPRINT consortium have been published: mTOR- and HIF-1a–mediated aerobic glycolysis as metabolic basis for trained immunityTranscriptional diversity during lineage commitment of human blood progenitors Epigenetic programming of monocyte-to-macrophage differentiation and trained innate immunity Also an In Depth is dedicated to...
Sep 18, 2014

CUPESSE consortium meets sister project STYLE in Istanbul

On 1-2 September 2014, the CUPESSE consortium gathered for a first progress meeting in Istanbul, Turkey. Project coordinator Jale Tosun and the host organization Koç University were delighted to welcome representatives from the European Commission, Marc Goffart, Scientific Officer, and Katarina Lindahl, Policy Officer, as well as advisory board members Radha Jagannathan from Rutgers University...
Sep 16, 2014

Eurice at the ICS in Toulouse

Within the framework of the European IPR Helpdesk Eurice takes part in the ICS: Innovation Connecting Show from 16 - 18 September in Toulouse, France. The ICS is a great opportunity to present products and expertise to a national and international audience. Exhibitors and visitors come from multi sectors such as Aeronautics, transport, health, energy, robotics, ICTS, ESN and digital technology...
Sep 05, 2014

In the News - Creating values: IP exploitation in Horizon 2020

Jörg Scherer, CEO of Eurice, has published an article about “IP exploitation in Horizon 2020” within the framework of European IPR Helpdesk awareness raising activities which has recently been shared on, the European Water Platform - A Common Vision for Water Reasearch and Innovation. Your contact: Claire FentschEuropean Research and Project Office GmbHTel.: +49 681-9592 3379Email
Aug 18, 2014

International Training for the Exploitation of EU Project Results

On 15 & 16 October 2014, “Fit for Health 2.0” will organise a free of charge international training in Stuttgart, Germany. The training will be geared towards scientists and project managers in SMEs, research institutes, universities and hospitals in the fields of health, life sciences, genomics and biotechnology of running or already finished EU-projects. The training workshop will be...