November Newsletter

Dear Euraxess subscriber,

Welcome to our November newsletter. This month's issue features the launch of the NEW Euraxess portal, and the latest calls and workshops.

The new Euraxess portal has launched

We are very pleased to announce that the re-designed Euraxess portal launched this week. New features on the site include an improved user experience, easy to find information, a 'my profile' area, partnering tool and improved search functionality.

Explore the new portal here

Newton Fund consultancy opportunity

The Professional Development and Engagement strand of the Newton Fund are looking to procure training services from a supplier with expertise in Horizion 2020. The supplier will be asked to conduct two training workshops in Ankara in January 2017 and to design and conduct a study tour in the UK in February 2017.

Deadline 5th December 2016

More information here

Participate in an International Workshop

Whether you're an early career researcher based in the UK or a partner country, discover the latest international workshops over on our site.

Visit the site

UK-India Tech Summit review

The UK-India Tech Summit took place in early November in Delhi, India as part of the 2016 UK-India year of Education, Research and Innovation.
Five summits covered technology, innovation, intellectual property, higher education and design and emphasised the importance of building strong links in science and technology between the two countries.  It was UK Prime Minister Teresa May’s first visit to India, where she joined Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to inaugurate the event. UK MPs Liam Fox, Greg Hands and Jo Johnson also supported the UK delegation.
In support of the Tech Summit, the British Council managed a UK higher education delegation of 35 vice chancellors and pro-vice chancellors, and hosted an event celebrating links formed with the two departments in the Indian Ministry of Science and Technology through the Newton-Bhabha Fund.
Talks from notable figures included  Dr. Vijay Raghavan and Professor Jeremy Bradshaw, and a panel discussion between Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, Professor Robin Franklin and Professor Rupamanjari Ghosh on the importance of International Research collaborations.

More information here
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