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Within the scope of the "The Turkey in Horizon 2020 Phase II” Project, "National Advisory Group Meeting on Secure Societies" which aimed to strengthen cooperation between national stakeholders and international stakeholders, as well as raising awareness of national stakeholders on secure societies, was held in Ankara hosted by TUBITAK on 5th March 2020.
The European Innovation Council (EIC) launched the Accelerator Pilot Programme under the Horizon 2020 SME Instrument and introduced the new concept of ‘blended finance’ – a combination of EC grant with EC and private sector venture capital. Read more on this exciting approach.
A very successful 2-day focus group training on the INNOSUP-01 call opportunity for new industrial value chains was organized in Ankara on 25th and 26th February 2020. 50 participants representing a diverse range of business sizes and sectors, ranging from computer software production to biotechnology attended the event.
The 7th Focus Training Group on Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing, was successfully organised in Ankara on 20-21 Feb 2020.
Two more successful Project Writing Training Events for SMEs!
February saw a great kick-off to the second year of the project with two SME events held within 3 days!
The fourth in a series of 20 National Advisory Group Meetings was successfully staged at the Bogazici University, Istanbul on 18th February. The event attracted more than 150 participants ranging from academia, micro-businesses to larger enterprises, all of which are representing sector of electronic components and systems.
A group of 15 researchers and officials visited The Centre for Research & Technology, Hellas - CERTH, last week (10-14 February). The visit focused on HEALTH thematic area and covered in ICT, Robotics and AI in HEALTH sector, Digital Transformation in Health and Care and Innovations in health.