Tomorrow is the winter solstice. Our INVITE fellow Samaneh Najafi tell us about a traditional Persian festival taking place during the longest and darkest night of the year.
With a budget of € 95.5 billion, Horizon Europe will be the most ambitious research and innovation programme in the world. Are you ready? Here you can find a selection of documents and videos to learn more about it.
Christmas is approaching and you are still looking for a gift for your children, nephews, or grandchildren? The Marie Curie Alumni Association has got the idea for you!
Fiction and reality, poetry and politics, poets exiled or killed because of their ideas and for telling the truth. Our INVITE fellow Hasmik Vardanyan shares some Armenian verses and her reflections about her research.
Save the dates (6 and 7 November 2020) and follow MCAA to be up to date about the agenda and registration form
The Marie Curie programme was established in 1996 to promote the researchers’ career. The Nobel Prize confirms its achievements
The University of Verona has launched a call for applications for one PhD position within the ITN project “DIRNANO”. Deadline on 15 November 2020.
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions will be confirmed, and only small changes and improvements are to be expected. Here more details.
This year the event will be held online from 22 to 24 September 2020. Covid-19, Green deal and Horizon Europe Missions are the core topics. Apply by July 6, 2020 to take part in the online exhibition.
The Research Executive Agency has launched the challenge to all researchers: to explain what their job in research is about in just 15 seconds. The deadline for submitting videos is 30 June 2020. Here all info.