The EU Commission has for the first time laid out how it will handle its scientific relationships with the UK after the country leaves in 2019, in a sign that Brussels has begun thinking about emergency steps should Brexit negotiations fail.
The eHealth Hub Legal workshop explores how European data protection laws impact the collection and processing of data.
The Regulatory Awareness Workshop (RAW) @Frontiers Health in Berlin on November 16th will focus on the medical device regulatory landscape that arises to startups and SMEs in the digital health sector.
The RAW will help participants to:
CORDIS, the EC's Community Research and Development Information Service, has published an issue, focuseing on "Stemming the blood cancer tide".
eHealth Hub organises an Investment readiness training & pitch event on 24th of October in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
In view of aligning opening dates for all European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot calls to 7 November 2017, the Commission has decided to bring the final cut-off date for SME instrument phase 1 in 2017 forward by 24 hours, from November 8, 17:00:00 (Brussels time) to November 7, 17:00:00 (Brussels time).
Jo Johnson MP, UK Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, highlighted the importance of collaboration with European and international partners on major science, research and technology initiatives.
The European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, has recently made the latest Horizon 2020 call results available as "flash call information" on its Participant Portal:
For Societal Challenges pillar - Work programme Health, demographic change and well-being - stage two call, with the deadline on 11 April 2017 37 proposals out of 97 were above threshold.
The Lean Startup Academy is an unique opportunity to mature your business by systematically testing your ideas against the market with the support of experts.