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National Contact Points 'Mobility', 'Societies (INCO)', and 'Science with and for Society'

The network of National Contact Points (NCPs) was created in Russia under the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 with the aim of promoting research and technology cooperation between Russia and the European Union. HSE NCP provides information and consulting support for Russian researchers and research teams who participate in Horizon 2020.


Researchers Are Ready for Mobility

On June 4, 2020, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation and the European Commission held a joint digital seminar on EU-Russia cooperation in researchers’ mobility and training. ISSEK experts Anna Pikalova and Elena Nasybulina who had contributed to its agenda prepared a comprehensive overview of the event, featuring an array of existing mobility opportunities for researchers.

Applications Are Currently Accepted to the "Science is Wonderful!" Online Exhibition (22-24 September, 2020) / Where Research and Innovation Meet with Citizens

"Science is Wonderful!" brings the world of science, research and innovation to the public. This year, the exhibition will take place fully online from 22 to 24 September, 2020 to reach out to more European citizens than ever as part of the second edition of the European Research and Innovation Days.

The exhibition offers a unique opportunity to put outreach and communication skills into action, have a real impact and show children, students and citizens what their and researchers’ roles are in the post-crisis context. This year, the exhibition will also reach hundreds of stakeholders from all over Europe as part of the European Research and Innovation Days – giving researchers the opportunity to highlight some of their amazing work, build connections and find potential partners and opportunities.

Participation in the exhibition is open to MSCA and Horizon 2020 projects and fellows working in all disciplines and speaking all languages.

Interview with Alexander Sokolov on Science Diplomacy

Alexander Sokolov, Deputy Director of HSE's Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge (ISSEK) and Director of ISSEK's International Research and Educational Foresight Center, gave an interview on science diplomacy and its role in the Institute's research projects in an interview to S4D4C (“Using Science for/in Diplomacy for Addressing Global Challenges”) project funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020 Programme.