This year, the EU’s MEDIA and Culture funds were combined under a cross-sectoral programme – Creative Europe. The new 7-year, €1.46 Billion programme supports the development of European films, TV and games, as well as cultural festivals, professional training, and literary translations.
Johanneberg Science Park, Sweden, has a vacancy for a Climate-KIC business developer who will report directly to the Building Technologies Accelerator Manager and work as an integral part of a collaborative team in the Nordic region and across Europe.
The business developer will be responsible for the commercialization of all emerging products, including the HSB Living Lab which will be built on the Chalmers campus in the first half of 2015.
In the Autumn Statement this afternoon, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said
The 2015 S-Lab Award scheme are now open for applications.
Awards categories will be based around the 2014 categories.
Categories for applications are:
1. New or Refurbished Laboratories
2. Laboratory Effectiveness
3. Laboratory Environmental Improvement
4. Best New or Improved Product
5. Laboratory Informatics
6. Making a Differrence
7. Laboratory Based Teaching and Learning
FITMAN (www.fitman-fi.eu) is a project within the European Commission’s Future Internet Public-Private-Partnership (FI-PPP) framework, developing and applying technologies to the manufacturing industry.
The Innovation, Research and technology sector ups its game and imapact according to Oxford Economics study.
The Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award has become synonymous with spotting the ‘next big thing’ in technology, having been established 45 years ago to identify outstanding innovation with proven commercial promise and tangible societal benefit. The very first award in 1969 recognised the extraordinary Rolls-Royce Pegasus engine, used in the iconic Harrier jets, and in 1972 the judges highlighted the achievement of the first CT scanner - seven years before its inventor Sir Godfrey Hounsfield received the Nobel Prize.
On the back of recent success in the field of science park design, Ryder Architecture has recently landed a significant project for Thames Valley Science Park in Reading.
The commission will see the leading UK practice design bespoke new facilities for a 5,000sqm Gateway for the new Thames Valley Science Park. The Gateway and follow on buildings will be speculative multi occupancy facilities of serviced offices, laboratories and communal spaces, forming the first stage of the overall 18,000sqm first phase of development.
Tuesday 25th November 2014 from 8.30am to 11am BioCity, Newhouse
A free satellite meeting at the 2014 Genesis Conference will be focusing on the extensive target screening and compound synthesis resources now available from the European Lead Factory to all European researchers. You are invited to come along as our guest, to gain new insights into the rapidly growing impact being made by this key example of public-private innovation.