The Research Council of Lithuania is going to launch call for proposals to attract foreign and Lithuanian leading researchers to carry out high-budget research projects in the smart specialization areas in Lithuania next week. Maximum budget of one project – EUR 1 million. More information can be found at The Research Council of Lithuania website.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming our economy and society. AI increasingly contributes to many sectors such as healthcare, agriculture, public administrations and transport and it also helps address grand challenges such as ageing and climate change. Moreover, AI offers major business opportunities for European industry, SMEs and start-ups and contributes to productivity growth. To make […]
Lithuanian Liaison Office LINO is organizing delegation from Lithuania to Knowledge for Growth event in Gent, Belgium, on May 17h. Knowledge for Growth is Europe’s finest life sciences conference, taking place on May 17th, 2018 in Ghent, Belgium. The conference features an exciting programme providing vital insight into the global life sciences’ landscape, B2B Partnering, […]
The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) is launching a new EUR 82 million Call for proposals focusing on immune diseases, imaging, machine learning, and digital clinical trials. Better control of immune-mediated diseases Many patients with immune-mediated diseases do not respond at all to current treatments. A major challenge for researchers is to understand which patients are […]
Mokslinių tyrimų ir inovacijų projektų fondas „ECSEL Joint Undertaking“ paskelbė konkursą užimti komandiruoto nacionalinio eksperto (angl. seconded national expert) vietą. Pareigas ekspertas turėtų pradėti eiti nuo 2018 m. balandžio 1 d. Darbo sutartis butų sudaroma vieneriems metams numatant galimybę pratęsti ją iki trejų metų. Paraiškos priimamos iki 2018 m. vasario 19 d. 12 val. (Briuselio […]
European Commission has adopted the first-ever Europe-wide strategy on plastics to protect the environment from plastic pollution. The Commission ensured that all plastic packaging on the EU market will be recyclable by 2030, the consumption of single-use plastics will be reduced and the intentional use of microplastics will be restricted. The most important is to […]