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Horizon 2020 for Health : new update (June 2013)

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Interested in the upcoming R&I EU programme "Horizon2020" and active in the life sciences /health area? Then get informed about the new structure and the opportunities for SMEs!...

Interested in the upcoming R&I EU programme "Horizon2020" and active in the life sciences /health area? Then get informed about the new structure and the opportunities for SMEs!

Horizon 2020 for Health : new update (June 2013) On 13 June 2013, Fit for Health organised a strategic conference on how SMEs in Healthcare sector could take a sustainable benefit from their participation in Horizon 2020, showing opportunities on the long term strategy for them to get prepared in time for this new framework programme.
The novel structure of Horizon 2020 was presented by the EC and the new orientations were discussed with participant SMEs representatives.

There is a wide range of participation possibilities in the Health sector covering a heterogeneous field and SMEs need to be prepared for their participation right from the beginning.

Final conference: "Creating New Business Opportunities for SMEs in the Life Sciences Area: Are you already prepared for H2020 in the Health sector ?"

Presentations available here:

Welcome PDF
Ines Haberl | Austrian Research Promotion Agency

Horizon 2020 - The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation
Jeremy Bray | European Commission - DG Research and Innovation

Opportunities for SMEs in Horizon 2020
Antoine Mialhe | European Commission - DG Research and Innovation

The SME Experience
Fabio Buccolini | Vox Net

Experiences from FP7
Mohammed Homman | Vironova

How to get prepared for Horizon 2020 – first steps
Ines Haberl | Austrian Research Promotion Agency

 

 

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