Our upcoming courses in the next few months focus on more practical aspects of the EU project cycle, as we believe that sound project management and appropriate spending of allocated funds generate wider impact and faster delivery of results.
If you cannot join us for our face-to-face events, you are most welcome to attend our monthly webinars, which are also free of charge. We are excited to be the first ones to launch a webinar on planned changes within Horizon Europe. Be sure to register and check your knowledge before with our interactive exercise!
Celebrating outstanding innovations, the EIT Awards winners were chosen by an international jury and featured 19 nominees from across Europe, competing in categories recognising excellence in innovation in the fields of climate, energy, digitisation, food, health, and raw materials.
A strong focus on sustainable solutions and simpler rules: these were the two recurrent themes shared by more than 8000 respondents who collectively completed two surveys on Horizon Europe. These surveys followed an innovative co-design approach.
Teaming projects under the Horizon 2020 Widening Programme aim at setting up and developing new 'centres of excellence' in low R&I performing Member States. An international panel of independent experts evaluated 43 proposals out of which 14 were selected.