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EU funding for robotics research

Reblogged from Science on the Net

Nowadays, over two-thirds of European workers in manufacturing are employed in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). This is a considerable percentage that UE must consider in its decision concerning funding for Research and Development. 185 more words

Scientific Communication

Event: Horizon 2020 - Invitation to Participate in a User Experience Study of Online Systems

“Horizon 2020 -Improving User Experience”. The study is being implemented by ECORYS www.ecorys.com on behalf of the European Commission. Please find a letter of endorsement from the European Commission… 146 more words

Europe

Call: EU Improving expertise in the field of industrial relations

The Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion invites proposals on improving expertise in the field of industrial relations. This aims to improve expertise and knowledge on industrial relations, in particular through analysis and research at EU level as well as in comparative terms, in order to contribute to developing and reinforcing industrial relations structures in Europe. 234 more words

Calls

Latest H2020 Partnering Opportunities from Enterprise Europe London

Project Partner sought for H2020 Call focussed on Business Model Innovation for SMEs
Summary: Irish SME leading a consortium seeks project partners for their H2020 application. 198 more words
Calls

Yorkshire Dales LEADER Updates

Some background information on LEADER and what this year will bring us!

Any questions, feel free to email me on rima.berry@ydmt.org

Yorkshire Dales LEADER Consultation background

Yorkshire Dales

BREAKING NEWS - BBC tries to hide its EU funding stream

BBC tries to hide its EU funding stream

by ANDREW ALLISON

From The Spectator:

Over the last three years the BBC has secretly obtained millions of pounds in grants from the European Union. 

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Kevin Barron MP and John Healey MP on EU Funding

Two Rotherham MPs standing up for South Yorkshire. Can’t be bad.

John Healey (Wath and Dearne) tells the Secretary of State of concerns to him, his Labour colleagues, councils and  business organisations in South Yorkshire about the allocation of EU funds. 526 more words