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Instruct ERIC: A celebration of Instruct ERIC: achievements, impact and expanding ambition

16 September 2020
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16 September 2020
Online

Instruct-ERIC is hosting a virtual celebration of its achievments for the first  time since achieving European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC) status in 2017.

The event will celebrate the achievements of Instruct-ERIC, recognising the hard work and commitment of the consortium, staff, supporters and users, in the wider context of the successful European Research Infrastructure landscape.

Instruct-ERIC will be looking to the exciting future ahead and exploring new collaborative opportunities that will enable important scientific and technological developments.

EOSC Hub Webinar Series

15 September 2020
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10 November 2020
Online

EOSC is launching a series of webinars to share the work and notable results of the project. Join in for one or more:

EJP RD General Assembly Meeting

14 September 2020
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18 September 2020
Online

The European Joint Program on Rare Diseases (EJP RD) is glad to announce its second General Assembly (GA) and Consortium Meeting.

The EJP RD brings over 130 institutions (including all 24 ERNs) from 35 countries: 26 EU Member States, 7 associated, UK & Canada.

The aim is to create a comprehensive, sustainable ecosystem allowing a virtuous circle between research, care and medical innovation on rare diseases (RD) research by improving its integration and implementing efficient financial models to support it.

 

1st ERIC Forum Policy Seminar

14 September 2020
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15 September 2020
Online

The first ERIC Forum Policy Seminar will be held online on 14 – 15 September. The seminar will focus on funding models for access to ERIC multinational/transnational servicesIt will provide a unique opportunity for EU and national policy makers to open a dialogue with the ERIC community regarding the sustainability of ERICs and Research Infrastructures, discussing and sharing experiences in the use of the existing funding mechanisms that support access to ERICs’ services.