December newsletter

Dear Euraxess subscriber,

Welcome to our December newsletter. This month's issue includes details about the launch of our portal, a call for EURAXESS contact points and upcoming workshop opportunities. We'd also like to take this opportunity to wish you season's greetings and all the best for 2017.

New EURAXESS portal launch

We are pleased to announce that the new EURAXESS portal has launched! As well as a new look to the site, there are lots of useful new features, improved funding and job search tools and better functionality. 

Visit the new portal

EU Resaver pension programme

RESAVER is a dynamic, state-of-the-art, pan-European retirement savings solution.  The initiative enables research employees to remain with the same pension arrangement when moving between countries and/or when changing jobs.  It also enables organisations to attract and retain the very best researchers and save on overhead costs.

Visit the new site here

Could you be a contact point?

Do you work at a reseach institution in the UK? 

We have developed a network of Euraxess contacts across universities in the UK to support researchers who are entering or leaving the country.

The local contacts  provide up to date information and advice relating to mobility to and from the research institution, also including advice on banking, explaining medical rights and employment statuses. 

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.

Find out more

India-UK collaborative industrial research and development programme

Together with the Department of Science & Technology (DST) of the Government of India, Innovate UK are running a Programme of Cooperation to foster and support the development of industrial collaborative R&D projects that bring together companies (small-to-medium-sized companies and/or larger, well established businesses), research organisations, academics and other collaborators from both countries for the joint development of innovative products, processes or services.

These projects are intended to help participants to become more competitive by developing global research-based alliances with the potential to foster increased or expanded bilateral R&D collaboration.

Read more here
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