Calling urban mobility and manufacturing innovators: competition for new EIT innovation communities launched
Call to establish cooperation with the region of Paraná (Brazil) by International Urban Cooperation Programme (IUC)10 Jan 2018
The International Urban Cooperation Programme (IUC) is launching a call for EU regions to establishing cooperation with the region of Paraná (Brazil). EU regions are welcome to submit their applications for a pairing action with this region.
The latest region to register is Cherkasy (UA).
The latest S3 Platform member is the regional entity Republika Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The reports on promising KETs-based products aimed to provide stakeholders with an analytical base to help strengthen cross-regional cooperation mechanisms in order to boost the deployment of KETs in Europe.
Following the renewed industrial policy strategy published on 13 September, the European Commission set up the High-Level Industrial Roundtable 'Industry 2030'. The Commission is now calling for applications for membership of this group.
Commission gives new support to help industrial transition regions build resilient and low-carbon economies14 Dec 2017
Today the Commission is announcing which regions in industrial transition will benefit from tailored support under a new EU-funded pilot action.
In order to facilitate strategic interregional collaborations and strong industry involvement, and to create a project pipeline for smart specialisation investments across Europe, the European Commission started to offer support to regional authorities, clusters and industry stakeholders through an integrated approach to smart specialisation, clusters and industrial modernisation.
The Commission announces which interregional partnerships will receive tailored support under a new EU-funded pilot action for innovative projects.
As a key first step in a HESS case study, focussed on strengthening the involvement of universities in the definition of local development policies, JRC visited on the municipalities of Ruse and Gabrovo on 15 November. The meetings prepared the ground for a mapping exercise of the education system - including both bottlenecks and opportunities – that will support the drafting of a comprehensive action plan to promote their active engagement in smart specialisation activities. The specificities of the local context require better adaptation of the HESS working approaches to local needs, particularly because secondary level education institutions are involved in the project.
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