Issue 47

Newsflash
January 2016

To improve air quality in cities, the challenge set for this €3 million prize is to develop an innovative and well-designed material solution that will reduce the concentration of particulate matter in the air.  Particulate matter (PM) is the air pollutant which has the most severe impact on health. Currently, around 90% of the population of European cities for which PM data exist is exposed to levels exceeding WHO air quality guidelines levels.The Horizon Prize on materials for clean air will be awarded to the most affordable, sustainable and innovative design-driven material solution that

Erasmus+ aims at boosting skills and employability, and modernising Education, Training and Youth work. The seven-year programme has a budget of €14.7 billion, which is a 40% increase compared to current spending levels. It also shows the EU's commitment to investing in these areas.

With the publication of the 2016 Work Programmes under the EU Horizon 2020 programmes come the next round of calls for projects.

With the publication of the 2016 Work Programmes under the EU Horizon 2020 programmes come the next round of calls for projects.  Funding for smart and sustainable cities are now out under the call for cross cutting activities.  Consult the calls and read the 2016-17 work programme to better understand the Commissions priorities for Horizon 2020 this year. 

The individual calls are as follows:

With the publication of the 2016 Work Programmes under the EU Horizon 2020 programmes come the next round of calls for projects.  Funding for greening the economy are now published.  Consult the calls and read the 2016-17 work programme to better understand the Commissions priorities for Horizon 2020 this year. 
 

The individual calls are as follows:

With the publication of the 2016 Work Programmes under the EU Horizon 2020 programmes come the next round of calls for projects.  Funding for smart and sustainable cities are now out under the call for cross cutting activities.  Consult the calls and read the 2016-17 work programme to better understand the Commissions priorities for Horizon 2020 this year. 

The individual calls are as follows:

Eurostars supports international innovative projects led by research and development- performing small- and medium-sized enterprises (R&D-performing SMEs). With its bottom-up approach, Eurostars supports the development of rapidly marketable innovative products, processes and services that help improve the daily lives of people around the world. Eurostars has been carefully developed to meet the specific needs of SMEs.

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