Paving the way for joint actions in the Danube Region: Second Stakeholders Workshop of Danube-INCO.NET30/10/2015 30/10/2015
This workshop was held in the frame of the 4th Annual Forum of the EUSDR taking place this year in Ulm. It aimed at providing an opportunity to learn about their activities, facilitating discussion on the harmonization of their activities or possible joint actions.
The LITHUANIA National Event was co-organised by the S3 Platform - S2E project and the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania, Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre (MOSTA).
The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission has organised in Ulm (DE) the annual event on Scientific Support to the EU Strategy for the Danube Region. The JRC Annual Event 2015 took stock of the continuing scientific support activities for the Danube region and focused on the JRC expertise that supports the European Commission priorities of boosting jobs and growth, building a European Energy Union and supporting the digital single market through smart specialisation in the Danube region.
The Regional Government of Andalusia through IDEA Agency and the European Commission (DG GROW) organize this International Conference on dual use technologies.
Networking event ‘Excellence without Borders: R&D Cooperation Across the Innovation Divide’
The objective of this event is to present the JRC publication "Research and Technology Organisations and Smart Specialisation" which is currently under preparation by Dr. Katerina Ciampi Stancova from S3 Platform and Prof. David Charles from University of Lincoln.
This workshop was part of the 2015 Open Days programme and included participants from policy making, research and industry. Four S3P members will present their plans for specialising in Blue Growth: The Canary Islands (ES), Nordland (NO), Portugal and Ireland!
The thematic University-Business Forum took place in Vilnius and Kaunas, Lithuania. It brought together around 200 high-level representatives from higher education, business as well as national, regional and local authorities from Europe and beyond. There was no registration fee for the Forum.
The motto of the EXPO 2015:" Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life" is a global appeal to reflect upon current issues of nutrition, food production, management and distribution, as well as global and regional governance of food. Participating countries, organisations and institutions will share their experience, demonstrate and confront their approaches as well as discuss potential future scenarios and development. The European Union, a key player on international scale, shared results of its work done over the last 50 years.
Rethinking the region and regionalism in Australia, challenges and opportunities for the 21st century31/08/2015 02/09/2016
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