25 June, 2018: Info Day on EU Societal Challenge 2 Calls for Proposals

The EU research agency has planned a meeting to share practical information on how to apply for upcoming calls for proposals under the Societal Challenge 2019 work program. The program will cover food security; sustainable agriculture; forestry; marine, maritime and inland water research; and the bioeconomy.

Registration for the event is free of charge, available until June 15, 2018. All sessions will be web-streamed and recorded, and presentations will be published after the event.

Location: Brussels, Belgium and streamed live online

Website – European Commission


July 12, 2018: EDCTP hosts financial and project management training for EDCTP2 grants

The European and Developing Countries Clinical Trial Partnership (EDCTP2) invites current and future grantees to a one-day workshop on financial and project management of EDCTP2 grants, which accelerate the clinical development of medical interventions for poverty-related diseases, in partnership with sub-Saharan Africa.

The workshop focuses on financial or project/technical managers of EDCTP2 projects and covers project and financial management of EDCTP2 grants. The workshop targets beneficiaries of current EDCTP2 grants, but others are welcome, especially those want to apply for EDCTP2 funding in the future. 

Location: The Hague, Netherlands

Website – EDCTP


September 11-12, 2018: European Research Info Day on Climate

LuxInnovation hosts an information day and brokerage event around the 2019 calls for proposals of the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 (H2020) work program, with the topic 'Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency & Raw Materials.' The event will help potential applicants better understand and respond to the 2019 calls for project proposals on those topics.

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Website – LuxInnovation


September 17-21, 2018: EDCTP 9th annual forum

The European and Developing countries Clinical Trial Partnership (EDCTP) annual forum will bring together African and European scientists, policy makers, funders, and global health partners in clinical research and development (R&D) for poverty-related diseases. The forum provides an opportunity for researchers to share new results and network with international colleagues.

Location: Lisbon, Portugal

Website - EDCTP

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