RICH-2 Webinar #3: Transnational Access to Environment and Earth Sciences RIs

The third RICH-2 Webinar took place on 8 July 2020, 11:00-12:00 CET.

It was part of RICH-2 Webinar Series on Transnational Access and focuses on Access to Environment and Earth Sciences RIs.

By organising this series of webinars, RICH-2 promotes the Transnational Access scheme as a great opportunity for researchers from different places and fields of science to conduct their research using the best available research infrastructures in Europe.

The presentations are available here 

 

 

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Supporting the transformative impact of Research Infrastructures on European Research

The Report of the High-Level Expert Group to Assess the Progress of ESFRI and Other World Class Research Infrastructures Towards Implementation and Long-Term Sustainability is now available!

This High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) was assigned the task of assessing the effectiveness of the EU measures supporting the development of a well-balanced and competitive European Research Infrastructure system. The HLEG was also asked to assess the implementation of a representative group of RIs and their plans for ensuring LTS.

The Report indicates that the European Commission funding instruments have been effective in supporting a number of crucial activities across the RI lifecycle. In particular, the funding instruments have been very effective in supporting the ‘bottom-up’ stages of the lifecycle.

You can read the full report here

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RICH-2 Webinar

The second RICH-2 Webinar took place on 13 May 2020, 13:00-14:00 CET.

It was part of RICH-2 Webinar Series on Transnational Access to Material Sciences & Analytical Facilities.

By organising this series of webinars, RICH-2 promotes the Transnational Access scheme as a great opportunity for researchers from different places and fields of science to conduct their research using the best available research infrastructures in Europe.

Presentations are available here

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ESFRI ROADMAP 2021: new deadline for proposals

ESFRI announced that the deadline for proposals for the ESFRI Roadmap 2021 has been extended to 9 September 2020 in response to the COVID-19 crisis. 

In the face of this crisis for the public health, ESFRI has decided to extend the deadline for the presentation of new Proposals for RI project for the ESFRI Roadmap 2021 update to allow more time for the preparation of high quality applications.

At the same ESFRi gathers information on special actions, services and resources that RI develop to facilitate the research and innovation needed to address the COVID-19 outbreak and its long-term consequences. This information will be soon available of the ESFRI website.

 For more information, please click here

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European Research Infrastructures in the fight against COVID-19

Research related to COVID-19 tests and cure are being supported by European research infrastructures. Several activities are already in place, while others are on their way. 

A webpage on services offered to scientists conducting research related to COVID-19 is hosted by the Association of European-Level Research Infrastructures Facilities (ERF-AISBL) here

ERIC Forum posts news related to COVID reaction on its homepage, while 3 ERICs – namely BBMRI-ERIC, CERIC-ERIC, INSTRUCT – ERIC offer free priority access to the researchers working on COVID-19 related issues.

ERIC Forum along with ERF-AISBL urges all research infrastructures to fill in a questionnaire that could provide with evidence for opening possible new COVID-19 research related calls. The questionnaire is available here.

 

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RICH-2 Webinar

A RICH-2 Webinar took place on 6 March 2020, 13:00-14:00 CET.

It was part of RICH-2 Webinar Series on Transnational Access to Life Sciences Infrastructures.

By organising this series of webinars, RICH-2 promotes the Transnational Access scheme as a great opportunity for researchers from different places and fields of science to conduct their research using the best available research infrastructures in Europe.

Approximately 100 participants had the opportunity to receive detailed information concerning open calls, presented by calls organisers themselves.

Presentations are available here  

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H2020 Programme Guidance Social media guide for EU funded R&I projects and FAQ section

H2020 Programme Guidance Social media guide for EU funded R&I projects

A thorough guide for effectively communicating and boosting the impact of your project in the era of social media.

Find out more 

 Welcome to our updated FAQ section

The section has been updated with the answers to the most frequent questions that have been submitted

These FAQs aim to clarify the scope of the calls, topics and areas within topics.

Find out more 

 

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RICH is the European Network of National Contact Points (NCPs) for Research Infrastructures in Horizon 2020 that:

  • facilitates transnational cooperation between NCPs,
  • promotes the effective implementation of the RI programme,
  • supports transnational and virtual access to RIs and highlights the opportunities offered by Research Infrastructures - at the European and international level

 The Network builds on the experience of previous networks of National Contact Points for the Research Infrastructures programme (EuroRIs-Net and EuroRIs-Net+, 2007-2013, RICH2020).

 

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