In context of the Avignon international theatre festival, the French Research Agency (ANR) organised this year for the second time a conference “Recontres, recherche et creation” dedicated to the study and analysis of creative, communication and perception processes in real and fictional settings.
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The 2015 Week of Innovative Regions in Europe was the ideal setting for COST, as President Dr Rodríguez-Peña presented the COST Excellence and Inclusiveness policy contributing to spreading Excellence and Widening Participation in Horizon 2020.
The Saints Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) hosted a series of presentations on how to submit successful COST Action proposals, join running Actions or participate in COST Action activities.
Five of our COST Actions on new materials and nanotechnologies presented their work at a workshop on funding instruments.
How does COST help grow ideas through networks? Why should researchers, engineers and scholars start their own innovative S&T network? COST has been going local to encourage scientists, engineers and scholars to set up COST Actions and take part in running ones.
To ensure your proposal complies with the anonymity criterion featured in the Open Call selection procedure (link to SESA), we have prepared a short overview and matching examples in order to support you when writing your proposal.
Appointed by the CSO in May this year, members of the newly founded COST Scientific Committee held their kick-off meeting in Brussels today.
COST is relieved that the provisional agreement reached on the European Fund for Strategic Investments will safeguard the “Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation” budget line. However, further effort is needed.
The Committee of Senior Officials (CSO) of the COST Association has expressed a strong concern about potential future budget cuts in context of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI).