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03 March 2010
COST Office, Brussels


Venture Philanthropy as a New Approach to Funding for Research

Beate Trück from the European Venture Philanthropy Association (EVPA) joined this February’s COST Seminar.

11 - 12 February 2010
Brussels, Belgium

Exploratory workshops

Pharmacology and Toxicology of the Blood-Brain Barrier: State of the Art, Needs for Future Research and Expected Benefits for the EU

Despite recent advances, the treatment of brain diseases and neurological disorders, such as the Parkinson and Alzheimer syndromes, schizophrenia, many forms of epilepsy, chronic pain and migraine, remains a major challenge.

18 January 2010
Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Oeiras, Portugal.

External events

Standing Up for Science

COST gave its Early Stage Researchers the opportunity to take part in a media workshop organised by Sense About Science.

13 January 2010
Brussels, Belgium


The Activities of the European Committee for Standardization

John Ketchell, Director of Innovation and Business Development at the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), took part in an active discussion at January’s COST seminar.

16 December 2009
Brussels, Belgium


European University Association - Research and Innovation

The last Seminar of this year focused on the European University Association (EUA). John Smith, EUA Deputy Secretary General, gave an overview of the Association’s current project activities and revealed how they contribute to the policy debate on building the European Research Area.

14 - 16 December 2009
London, United Kingdom

Cultural Literacy in Contemporary Europe - 1st Workshop: Remembering and Forgetting

Cultures remember both through oral communication and through other artefacts which often cross the division between the public and the private domain.

30 November 2009
Radisson Blu EU Hotel, Brussels

Exploratory workshops

Low Input/Organic Agriculture: The Farm of Tomorrow?

Today’s agricultural systems have to conform to increasing environmental constraints. They have to respond to concerns about the safety of their products for human health, demands for better quality and environmental safety, while producing enough and bringing profit to farmers.

17 November 2009
Marivaux hotel, Brussels

Exploratory workshops

The Future Needs of the Paper Industry

This exploratory workshop - organised as a part of European Paper Week - provided a two way forum to ‘kick start’ the research process whilst engaging industrial partners from the outset and introducing early stage researchers to the Pulp, Paper & Board Industry.

26 - 31 October 2009
Acquafredda di Maratea, Italy

Law and Neuroscience: Our Growing Understanding of the Human Brain and its Impact on our Legal System

In the past two decades, the field of Cognitive Science has made significant progress in understanding the human brain. Many expect that this research will make further strides over the next decade. And many suggest that this knowledge could have a profound impact on the future of our legal system and legal practice.

21 October 2009
Fribourg (CH), College of Engineering and Architecture, Auditorium E. Gremaud

External events

Swiss COST Day

The Swiss State Secretariat for Education and Research SER held a Swiss COST Day 2009.

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