Horizon Europe Health & Social Sciences and Humanities Brokerage Event

The Horizon Europe Health & SSH Brokerage Event is dedicated to the Horizon Europe 2024 calls for proposals in the Health Work Programme, where the involvement of partners with specific expertise in Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) is crucial.

Several topics from the Health Cluster Work Programme require the effective contribution of SSH disciplines and the involvement of SSH experts, institutions as well as the inclusion of relevant SSH expertise, in order to produce meaningful and significant effects enhancing the societal impact of the related research activities. A topic from Cluster 2 also requires expertise from the Health sector.

This event will be held on 5 June 2023 in Paris: don't miss the opportunity to get involved in the next Horizon Europe 2024 Health proposals!

More info about the targeted topics from Clusters 1 and 2 for this Brokerage Event, and the detailed programme are available here.

Sources: HNN3.0, Euresearch

Swiss Po­s­i­tion Pa­per on Ho­ri­zon Europe

Further to the public consultation launched by the European Commission to evaluate Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe, and to define future priorities in its Strategic Plan for 2025-2027, the Swiss Position Paper provides a few hints for the strategic orientations, research and innovation policy, open science policy and implementation aspects in Horizon Europe.

Check out the 12 take-home messages from the Swiss Position Paper on the past, present and future of Horizon Europe, by downloading the paper on the SERI's website.

Sources: SERI, Euresearch

Listen to the ULISSES podcast

The SCIPROM team has been actively involved in the conceptualisation, recording and editing of the podcast prepared within the context of the ULISSES project, which is an EU-funded project paving the road for future mass-implementation of air quality sensors in cities.

In the first episode of this podcast, Lukas Emmenegger, Head of the Laboratory for Air Pollution / Environmental Technology at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, explain the needs and gives an overview of the existing technologies for air quality monitoring in cities.

Stay tuned for the next interviews which will be released weekly on the ULISSES website!

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