Recipe of light

Certain “recipe of light” as combinations of blue, red and ultraviolet light can enhance plant growth and could reduce the use of pesticides. A 20,000-square-metre light installation in the Netherlands is contributing to sustainable agriculture. The vertically placed LEDs in a field of leek are said to increase crop growth. UV light could also reduce the use of pesticides by up to 50%, according to Daan Roosegaarde, the designer behind the project.  Sustainable agriculture is key to ensuring food security for all, says the FAO. -Read on at - www.weforum.org/agenda/2021/01/light-led-crops-pesticides-sustainable-agriculture

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2021-27 EU Programmes for Health and Investment

Multi-billion-euro funding schemes will support research directly and indirectly Multi-billion-euro funding schemes will support research directly and indirectly The European Parliament has given its final approval to two 2021-27 EU programmes for bolstering health and investment activities that will make direct and indirect contributions to the bloc’s research capacity. The renewed InvestEU programme will use budget guarantees totalling €26.2 billion to mobilise private and national investments estimated to reach more than €372bn in four policy areas. — Read on www.researchprofessionalnews.com/rr-news-europe-politics-2021-3-meps-sign-off-eu-health-and-investment-programmes/

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Open Science – European Commission

The European Commission has awarded a contract for the setting up of an open access publishing platform “ Open Science” for scientific articles as a free service for Horizon 2020 beneficiaries. The EU’s new open-access platform will levy a €780 article processing charge. — Read on ec.europa.eu/research/openscience/index.cfm More updates and useful links in our blog at https://medical-grants.com/useful-information-blog

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European MSCA 2019 Fellowship

European call for Individual Fellowships of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions is open.  The European Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) provide grants for all stages of researchers' careers - be they doctoral candidates or highly experienced researchers - and encourage transnational, intersectoral and interdisciplinary mobility. The MSCA enable research-focused organisations (universities, research centres, and companies) to host talented foreign researchers and to create strategic partnerships with leading institutions worldwide. — Read on ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/news/2019-msca-call-individual-fellowships-open_en More information about EU Grants at: https://medical-grants.com/useful-information-blog/    

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Grants for Interregional Healthcare Projects in the EU, May 7-14, 2019

On behalf of  Medical Grants Pervushina & Partners, we would like to invite you to take part in our educational support activity on sourcing and monitoring of international funding opportunities for interregional healthcare projects in the EU. The new event is already published on EUAGENDA platform. As a collaboration partner of several European and international medical societies and initiatives, Medical Grants Pervushina & Partners is committed to: Identifying and monitoring international funding opportunities to meet healthcare and life sciences professionals' needs Fostering peer-learning Endorsing the highest standards in the healthcare and biomedical research Promoting lifelong learning and international collaboration Our expert knowledge will be transferred to healthcare professionals via individual Grants Listings and Grants Monitorings.      

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Trends in the EU Funding

The European Innovation Council aims to create more world-scale tech companies in Europe with a budget that will eventually top €1.5B/yr. The focus is on disruptive innovations that can make Europe more competitive. — Read on at: http://bit.ly/2Tghfws

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Artificial Intelligence: A European Perspective

There is strong global competition on AI among the US, China, and Europe. The US leads for now but China is catching up fast and aims to lead by 2030. For the EU, it is not so much a question of winning or losing a race but of finding the way of embracing the opportunities offered by AI in a way that is human-centred, ethical, secure, and true to our core values. — Read on ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/publication/eur-scientific-and-technical-research-reports/artificial-intelligence-european-perspective

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