Публикувана на 23.04.2010
TransCoSME Newsletter #7, April 2010
Innovation Pie is the free newsletter of PRO Inno Europe, an initiative of DG Enterprise and Industry aimed at becoming the focal point for innovation policy analysis and policy cooperation in Europe. Its Newsletter launched in November 2009, provides information about the Programme PRO Inno Europe and useful news on innovation and events around the EU.
Let’s simplify the administrative burden and the financial regulation of European research funding !
A group of experienced European actors have launched a declaration requesting the significant simplification of the administrative burden and the financial framework of European research funding. This is in line with the recommendations and conclusions of many European expert groups. The key message of this recent and bottom- up declaration is that funding of European research should be based on trust and responsible partnering. Research has to be funded according to the nature of research while at the same time ensuring an appropriate level of accountability.
SME Week 2010 pan-European campaign to promote entrepreneurship
Forthcoming calls for SMEs and SME Associations in FP7
EUREKA , the European platform for research and development (R&D) funding, has issued an open call for its Eurostars Programme (with the
Demonstration Pilot Action
Handbook on lesson learning from PRO INNO Europe projects to help policy making and project management
The PRO INNO Europe recently made available in its Web site a handbook drawn from three years of monitoring and reviewing the INNO-Nets and INNO-Actions. The handbook identifies lessons learnt and proposes recommendations for current and future activities in transnational policy cooperation in the field of innovation. The handbook also draws conclusions on the contributions of 16 selected projects to national or regional innovation policies, such as their abilities to identify key innovation policy themes for future calls and to identify market failures hindering transnational policy cooperation. Ten projects were drawn from INNO-Nets while six were from INNO-Actions. INNO-Nets projects are policy actions to improve and support transnational cooperation in European innovation policies. INNO-Actions are projects aimed at effectively linking actors, such as small and
25-26.05.2010, Brussels, Belgium
26.05.2010, Warsaw, Poland
31.05-01.06.2010, Madrid, Spain
27-29.09.2010, Brussels, Belgium