Horizon 2020 - Science with and for Society 2016

The brokerage event targeted at all stakeholders interested in the Science with and for Society Programme of Horizon 2020. The event will take place  at the Management Centre Europe - Conference & Business Centre, Rue de l'Acqueduc/Waterleidingsstraat 118,  1050 Ixelles/Elsene - Brussels on the 3rd of March 2016.

The aim of Science with and for Society is to build effective cooperation between science and society, to recruit new talent for science and to pair scientific excellence with social awareness and responsibility.

The brokerage event will be of particular interest and relevance to members of the Science with and for Society research community who are looking for networking and funding opportunities within Horizon 2020.


Webinar – Understanding the Socio-economic sciences Integration in Health topics- Writing successful proposals including SSH aspects

APRE (Agenzia per la Ricerca Europea) organised Webinar – Understanding the Socio-economic sciences Integration in Health topics- Writing successful proposals including SSH aspects.

The webinar, scheduled for February 2 and organized by the NCP Network Health Network in collaboration with Net4Society, deepen the meaning of SSH SC1 in relation to the theme "Health, demographic change and well-being" of Horizon 2020 while at the same time, to understand how to better integrate this aspect in successful project proposals.


JPI Urban Europe Launches Fourth Call ERA-NET

ERA-NET Cofund Smart Urban Futures (ENSUF), run by the Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) Urban Europe, has opened its fourth call for applicants.

ENSUF is a Joint Call of the JPI Urban Europe supported by the European Commission under the Horizon2020 research and innovation programme funding. It is meant for cities and civil society in Europe to work together in addressing urgent and short-term challenges and co-creating ideas and projects.

The fourth ENSUF call, released on December 16th, is articulated by three topics and it will follow a two step procedure. During the first stage, consortia are invited to submit pre-proposals. After the submission of the pre-proposals, approximately 50 pre-proposals will be selected. The successful consortia will be invited to elaborate their ideas to full proposals.


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