We hope 2020 is off to a good start for you! We are kicking-off the New Year in a new office with several new members in our team!
Therefore, you can expect new tailored courses and additional support for your H2020 proposals and projects as well as enhanced guidance in preparing for Horizon Europe.
The first course on Horizon Europe is going to take place in Budapest on the 13th of February. This one-day course is to fill a gap and respond to the demand before all final official documentation on Horizon Europe will be available. We are going to explain not only the new EU research and innovation programme and its practicalities, but also the lessons learnt in Horizon 2020. Hurry up and register, as the seats are limited!
Additionally, are going to organize training courses in March in Lisbon and Vienna covering management and financial aspects in H2020 projects.
As always, we are looking forward to seeing you during our free webinars – we selected quite a few interesting topics already!
The Environment Council adopted conclusions on biodiversity. Ministers spelled out member states' views on the commitments and actions needed in EU environment and climate policy 2019-2024, including the European Green Deal.
The European Commission is launching Due Diligence Ready!, an online portal that provides businesses with guidance on how to check the sources of the metals and minerals entering their supply chains – the so-called “due diligence” process.
As of 1 January 2020, Rijeka (Croatia) and Galway (Ireland) will hold the title of European Capital of Culture for one year “harnessing the full potential of culture to enrich our life experience and to bring our communities closer together.”
Have you ever had a meeting where you left feeling like it went well, but nobody took minutes and pretty much everything in the meeting becomes forgotten and has to be discussed again in a follow-up meeting? Read more
5 Ways To Find Your Next Partner
Many researchers find it difficult to know where to start their search. Typically, the problem isn’t that researchers aren’t looking for new partners, they’re just searching in the wrong places. Searching for a partner for your next research project (e.g. H2020) can be quite time consuming, especially with limited time and resources. Here are 5 suggestions where to look and how to find your next partner. Read more
How to present the risks without demonstrating that my proposal looks weak?
While drafting section 3.2 and filling in the mandatory table on risks and proposed mitigation measures, you should not be afraid to list the risks for the implementation of your project. You should show to the evaluator that you have carefully considered potential hardships and problems in each Work Package and in horizontal activities and you have a well-thought Plan B in hand. If you downplay or underrate the risks, you will receive negative evaluation for not considering obvious risks and not having measures to mitigate those risks (in addition to the tasks already envisaged in your proposal).
Did you know that now the Funding and Tenders Portal has a feature of showing previously funded projects under the same call? To save your searching time on CORDIS, you can just scroll down the call page!
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