Un italiano alla presidenza dell’European Research Council

Il nuovo Presidente dell’European Research Council è italiano, anzi padovano, si tratta del Professor Mauro Ferrari Mauro Ferrari (Padova, 1959) è uno scienziato italiano, impegnato principalmente nella ricerca sulle nanotecnologie e nel campo della bioingegneria applicate in medicina. È presidente e CEO del Houston Methodist Research Institute, direttore dal 2013 dell’Institute of Academic Medicine del Methodist…

Nobel laureates and business leaders unite to urge for investment in EU research and innovation

https://www.ert.eu/document/nobel-laureates-and-business-leaders-unite-urge-investment-eu-research-and-innovation European firms are at their best and most competitive when our continent’s higher education and research institutions are at their most innovative. That is why the leaders of Europe’s biggest employers are clear that an ambitious programme of funding must be a priority for the EU budget as it seeks to deliver broad-based growth,…

ENEA raddoppia i progetti di ricerca Ue

Fonte: Corriere Nazionale 24 NOVEMBRE 2018 by CORNAZ Nel quadriennio 2014–2017 ENEA ha raddoppiato i progetti di ricerca acquisiti in ambito europeo, cresciuti da 31 a 62 – il numero più elevato in 10 anni – con un incremento di oltre il 76% dei contributi finanziari, passati da 7,6 a 13,4 milioni di euro Nell’ultimo quadriennio l’ENEA ha raddoppiato…

Leading research universities in central Europe reject geographic funds allocation in Horizon Europe

Fonte: Science Business University heads disagree with Romanian MEP’s proposal that geographic evaluation criteria in the EU 2021 – 2027 research programme could fix EU’s research innovation divide. Excellence is what counts, they say By Florin Zubascu   A delegation of CE7 and LERU universities at a meeting in Warsaw. Photo: Veerle Van Kerckhove, LERU A group…

ESFRI supporterà sei nuove infrastrutture di ricerca europee

Fonte: Commissione Europea NEWS 11 September 2018 Vienna, Austria Research and Innovation European list of strategic research infrastructures expands into new areas   Biotechnology, food and nutrition, material testing, holocaust and natural environment are among the topics covered by the six new pan-European research infrastructure projects that were announced today as part of the 2018 roadmap of the European…