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The Research Executive Agency of the European Commission has posted a video on becoming an expert to evaluate H2020 project proposals

The Research Executive Agency of the European Commission (REA) has posted a video that encourages new independent experts to register in the Horizon 2020 evaluators data base.

Call for Entries: Olga Radzyner Award 2016 for scientific work on European Economic Integration

The Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB) has a long tradition of supporting science and academic research. In this spirit, the OeNB has introduced the Olga Radzyner Award, which is bestowed on excellent young economists from Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe in commemoration of Olga Radzyner, former Head of the OeNB’s Foreign Research Division. This year, the award is to be conferred for the 17th time and will be presented in late autumn 2016 at the Global Economy Lecture in Vienna. 
Work submitted for the Olga Radzyner Award should be in the form of a working paper or a scientific article and should focus on European economic integration. Four applicants younger than 35 years are to receive a single payment of EUR 3,000 each. 
Entries for the 2016 award must arrive by  September 16, 2016 , at the latest. Together with their submissions, applicants must provide copies of their birth or citizenship certificates and a brief CV. 
For detailed information, please go to http://www.oenb.at/en/About-Us/Research-Promotion/Grants/olga-radzyner-award.html. 
For further information, please contact Ms. Eva Gehringer-Wasserbauer at the OeNB’s Foreign Research Division at (+43-1) 40420-5226 (phone) or at eva.gehringer-wasserbauer@oenb.at.

Black Sea Horizon Grant Scheme to facilitate the participation of Black Sea countries in Brokerage Events – APPLY NOW!

This grant scheme financially supports the participation of local researchers from Black Sea countries in brokerage events related to Horizon2020 in the EU Member States or Associated Countries. Such events will allow researchers to network with EU consortia, to build-up partnerships for subsequent joint research activities and to make their institutions and/or their research networks better known.


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