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  • By Sophia Karner
  • Aston University, Birmingham City University

2020 European Universities Call for Proposals published

The 2020 European Universities Call for Proposals has been published on 7 November 2019 and will close on 26 February 2020. 

  • By Sophia Karner
  • Birmingham City Council, Birmingham City University

Commission Launches Online Consultation on Revised Orientations for the Strategic Plan for Horizon Europe

​Following several co-design exercises that took place during the last few months, such as the Research & Innovation Days, the European Commission has launched a public consultation on the revised orientations for the first Strategic Plan for Horizon Europe, which will determine the policy priorities for the first four years of Horizon Europe (2021-2024). 

  • By Sophia Karner
  • Birmingham City University

Can you make it? Let's ensure that collaborative makerspaces thrive.

On 6 November 2019, Birmingham City University is organising a European conference for the UrbanM Interreg project in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Please find below all the details about the event as well as information on how to register. 

About the Event

The objective is to ensure that collaborative makerspaces succeed.

  • By Sophia Karner

EUTOPIA European university alliance awarded €5m by Erasmus+

- EUTOPIA alliance of six European universities is successful in bid for €5m Erasmus+ grant to build a European University of the future.

  • By Sophia Karner

Call for Papers - Microaggressions, Philosophy and Academia Conference 4 July 2019

The Call for Papers for the Microaggressions, Philosophy and Academia Conference, taking place on 4 July, is now open. Topics of interest include a focus on microaggressive behavior, philosophy and the following: race and racism, gender and sexuality, disability, neurodiversity, mental health and wellbeing, religion and faith. 

  • By Sophia Karner
  • Birmingham City University

€300 million available to fund experienced researchers' mobility

A new call for project proposals, which makes available nearly €300 million to fund experienced researchers' mobility across the world, was announced by the European Commission today. The call is open to projects in all domains of research with applications being possible up until 11 September 2019.