Fit for Health 2.0. H2020 Online manual - Research Participant Portal. Country profile and featured projects for Portugal - Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. Horizon 2020 - Linhas gerais. Estrutura A estrutura do programa de financiamento da Comissão Europeia Horizon 2020, com lançamento agendado das primeiras calls para dezembro de 2013, irá centrar-se em torno de 3 pilares: Excellent Science, Industrial Leadership e Societal Challenges.
O objectivo principal deste Horizon 2020 é o de promover a procura de soluções para alguns dos principais obstáculos que os cidadãos europeus enfrentam na sociedade actual (problemas demográficos, instabilidade social e laboral, respeito pelas liberdades individuais e protecção de dados, alterações climáticas e desafios ambientais, fontes de energia renováveis, transportes), estimulando a colaboração multidisciplinar entre as várias áreas científicas, nomeadamente o reforçar da colaboração fulcral com as Ciências Sociais e Humanas.
Com base nestes pilares, a estrutura de financiamento irá assumir a seguinte composição: Apoios individuais: Bolsas ERC (starting grants/consolidator grants/advanced grants) Acções Marie Curie. Home : European Science Foundation. About COST. You are here: Home | About COST COST is the longest-running European framework supporting trans-national cooperation among researchers, engineers and scholars across Europe.
It is a unique means for them to jointly develop their own ideas and new initiatives across all fields in science and technology, including social sciences and humanities, through pan-European networking of nationally funded research activities. Based on a European intergovernmental framework for cooperation in science and technology, COST has been contributing - since its creation in 1971 - to closing the gap between science, policy makers and society throughout Europe and beyond. As a precursor of advanced multidisciplinary research, COST plays a very important role in building a European Research Area (ERA).
It anticipates and complements the activities of the EU Framework Programmes, constituting a “bridge” towards the scientific communities of COST Inclusiveness Target Countries. COST. Against Excellence. “One can hardly move for beauty and brilliance these days.
It seems that there are millions of these one-in-a-millions these days. Special-ness seems de rigueur. Above average is average - go figure. Is it is some modern miracle of calculus, That such frequent miracles don’t render each one un-miraculous?” Miracle, from Matilda, by Tim Minchin Excellence is everywhere. Home : REF 2014. H2020 Online Manual homepage - H2020 Online Manual. Research & Innovation - Participant Portal H2020 Online Manual My Area - User account & roles Grants Applying for funding Find a call Find partners Register an organisation.
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PHC-03-2015. Specific challenge: The development of new treatments is greatly facilitated by an improved understanding of the pathophysiology of diseases.
There is therefore a need to address the current knowledge gaps in disease aetiology in order to support innovation in the development of evidence-based treatments. In this context, a better understanding of the mechanisms that are common to several diseases, in particular of those leading to co-morbidities, constitutes an important challenge. Scope: Proposals should focus on the integration of pre-clinical and clinical studies for the identification of mechanisms common to several diseases. Proposals should assess and validate the relevance of these common mechanisms and of their biomarkers (where relevant) on the development of disease-specific pathophysiology, as well as their role in the development of co-morbidities in both males and females. Expected impact: This should provide:
The 15 benefiting projects, involving 70 partners in 19 countries, will receive around €2 million each under the fifth round of the Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) scheme. Read more Date: From 12/09/2016 to 13/09/2016. Open Letter - Socio-economic sciences and the humanities. An Open Letter to the European Commissioner for Research and Innovation,Máire Geoghegan-Quinn "Horizon 2020: Social Sciences and Humanities research provides vital insights for the future of Europe" A policy-oriented European research programme such as Horizon 2020 must have at its heart the needs of Europe's diverse and complex societies.
It must enable European societies to understand and to adapt to current and future transitions - in culture, in demography, in the economy, in the environment, technology etc. - and to develop creative responses. It must generate new knowledge and enrich democratic debates about societal choices. Erawatch.
R&D European Grants from 7th Framework Program. PRESS RELEASES - Press release - Scientific data: open access to research results will boost Europe's innovation capacity. European Commission Press release Brussels, 17 July 2012 Scientific data: open access to research results will boost Europe's innovation capacity The European Commission today outlined measures to improve access to scientific information produced in Europe.
Broader and more rapid access to scientific papers and data will make it easier for researchers and businesses to build on the findings of public-funded research. As a first step, the Commission will make open access to scientific publications a general principle of Horizon 2020, the EU's Research & Innovation funding programme for 2014-2020. The Commission has also recommended that Member States take a similar approach to the results of research funded under their own domestic programmes. 84 % of respondents to a 2011 public consultation said that access to scientific literature is not optimal. Research. But lack of detail means researchers may not follow through By Colin Macilwain Research Europe Horizon 2020 will provide funding for researchers to publish their work in a way that is freely accessible, under a plan announced by digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes.
The plan would allow researchers funded by Horizon 2020 to choose their own approach to open-access publishing. Officials said that resources will be made available to pay for so-called gold open access, where authors pay up-front fees to their publishers, but they can also choose green open access, placing their material in open archives on, or shortly after, its publication in a journal. Introducing the plan on 16 July, Kroes, who strongly advocated open-source software in her previous role as competition commissioner, said: “Taxpayers should not have to pay twice for scientific research and they need seamless access to raw data. . ” « back. Any questions? A guide to Horizon 2020. Q. When does Horizon 2020 begin? A. The scheduled start date of 1 January 2014 looks realistic now negotiations have concluded. The legal texts are expected to be finished before the summer break, but will then need to be approved by the Parliament’s Industry, Research and Energy Committee (ITRE) and by representatives of the national governments in the Permanent Representatives Committee (COREPER).
The Parliament as a whole is expected to vote on the package in Strasbourg in autumn 2013. Q. A. 1. 2. 3. Q. A. Euratom will receive approximately €2.101 billion. The European Institute of Innovation and Technology will receive around €2.5 billion to fund its existing Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) and the formation of five new ones. Q. A. Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda - Water JPI SRIA 0 5.pdf. 2020 Strategy KE. European Research Area - ERA. EU Regional Policy. The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation - Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.