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Roman Walega

Horizon Europe: pre-publication of Horizon Europe Work Programme 2023/2024

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As the official publication of the Horizon Europe Work Programme 2023/2024 continues to be delayed, the European Commission has pre-published most of the Work Programme this week. An overview of the pre-published Work Programmes can be found on our website under "Services":

Horizon Europe Work Programmes

 

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Katrin Bergener

Graduate School Scholarship Program 2023 of the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD

Graduate School of Natural Products (GS-NP)

The University of Münster, Germany, offers excellent research opportunities within a strong interdisciplinary environment. The Graduate School of Natural Products GS-NP (www.uni-muenster.de/GS-NP) represents a highly interdisciplinary program among the faculties of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Biology and Medicine to strengthen cutting-edge research on NP and combines more than 20 individual research groups. Thiestructured doctoral program offers interested PhD students a variety of opportunities for scientific research and exchange, extended training and discussions in the field of NP.

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WWU Centre for Europe

EU guide for complementary funding mechanisms in third countries

The European Commission has published a guide on the co-funding mechanisms of third countries which are not eligible for funding in Horizon Europe

As a general rule, entities from all over the world can participate in the EU Horizon Europe Framework Programme. However, many industrialised countries which are neither EU-members nor associated to Horizon Europe do not usually receive EU funding and must bring their own funds in order to participate in Horizon Europe projects. Several third countries provide their own research and innovation funds to finance the participation of their research institutions and companies in Horizon Europe.

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WWU Centre for Europe

EU supports Münster's aspirations of climate neutrality

City of Münster selected as one of the "100 Climate Neutral and Smart Cities by 2030“
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Earlier this year, the EU launched a competition with the aim of selecting 100 cities that will lead the way in implementing the Green Deal and achieving climate neutrality by 2030. The city of Münster took part in this competition and was selected. Münster is now one of the EU's "100 Climate Neutral and Smart Cities by 2030".

For more information:

Press Release City of Münster

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Katrin Bergener

Event series “Third-party funding in a nutshell”

Several dates from 14.2.-24.2.2022

The event series “Third-party funding in a nutshell” of the WWU's Department of Research Affairs will take place in mid-February 2022 (webseminar via Zoom) and is aimed at researchers of Faculties 1 - 4 and 6 - 15. The focus of the individual events is e.g. on funding possibilities, practical information on how to apply for funding as well as legal and administrative aspects of third-party funding. In this semester most events will be held in English.

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