The 2017 edition of "Science meets Regions", which includes the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission and STOA (The Science and Technology Options Assessment) department of the European Parliament, aims to consolidate and extent once again this partnership to a number of EU regions and the CoR in particular.
On the 28th of November (1st day of the interinstitutional event), CoR members and their third-party experts will be invited to the EP to take part in the "Science meets Parliament". The CoR President (or Vice-President) will be involved in both events. On the 29th of November (2nd day) a half-day high-level conference "Science meets Regions" will be held at the CoR premises.
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The search for the next European Entrepreneurial Region (EER) Award winner is on! Nominations are open until 31 March 2020.
Horizon 2020 – the EU’s biggest ever Research and Innovation programme – will end next year. With an expected budget of around €100 billion, its success...
Preparations for the 18th edition of #EURegionsWeek start on 30 January in Brussels. Be there or follow live!
The Covenant of Mayors Investment Forum showcases projects on energy efficiency, clean mobility and innovative energy planning in Brussels on 18-19 February.
The OECD Roundtable brings together key circular economy stakeholders to share knowledge, experience and best practices on the circular economy in regions.