There are still some places available for the two information events on MSCA Innovative Training Networks 2016 that UKRO is organising in York and London. Both events will take place on 7 October 2015. Registration and further information is available on these events can be found here: York ITN event and London ITN event pages.
UK HE International Unit has flagged up a number of opportunities for researchers, particularly ECRs, interested in collaborating with partners in Central and South America. Researcher Links and ‘Initial Institutional Collaboration’ – calls now open for Peru and Uruguay Deadline for all calls with Peru: 1 September Deadline for calls with Uruguay and other countries: 28…
The Newton Fund Scoop.It page is now live, collating press coverage, news and media relating to the fund in one accessible place:
Are you a Health Researcher interested in Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing? There are two events coming up to help you find out more about the programme and to find potential partners. 17th September 2015 – Horizon 2020, Health Partnering Event Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Rue du Fossé-aux-Loups (Wolvengracht) 47, 1000 Brussels, Belgium Health-NCP-Net 2.0…
Registration is now open for ICT 2015 to be held in Lisbon from 20-22 October. This is a huge international conference organised by the European Commission, in collaboration with the Fundaçao para a Ciência e a Tecnologia. The event will bring together over 4500 individuals from all areas connected to ICT, including research, politics, industry, start-ups, investors and academia. It will feature a policy conference, an interactive exhibition of European ICT research and innovation, a startups and innovation forum, and networking activities.
In light of ongoing discussions around multidisciplinary research areas, the Faculty of Business and Law is hosting a showcase event on Monday 11th May in room 409 of CCE1 between 2-4pm. This will be an opportunity to hear from the convenors of centres and research interest groups about their research areas with the aim of exploring the potential for greater cross-faculty working. There is no need to sign up, just come along on Monday if you are interested.
Just a reminder that the University Library is running Researcher Development Week all this week with various events for students and staff on researcher development. A calendar to see the events available and book a place can be found here