This year, some of the sessions will be dedicated to the EU Missions, and a series of workshops are offered to beneficiaries on dissemination tools and to potential applicants on how to prepare quality proposals to apply for Horizon Europe funding.
You will be able to discover nine REA projects featuring at the interactive Exhibition dedicated to the Mission Soil, listen to MSCA researchers enhancing trust in science, and learn from the experience of a gender equality project disseminating results on a Horizon Europe's online tool made for it.
Discover the full programme and REA's participation on 29 September.
10:00-10:45 - Stream the STE(A)M: gender equality 4 studies and careers
The project Design a sustainable and effective Gender Equality Plan for your Institution (SPEAR) will be featured in this workshop. The project has created a guide and made available virtual material to support the implementation of Gender Equality Plans (GEPs) in Research Performing Organisations. Find out more about the project (https://gender-spear.eu/)
A series of workshops are offered to EU-funded beneficiaries and potential applicants:
10:00 - 11:00 : R&I tools, services and opportunities: from research to impact
Funding & Tenders portal, Horizon Results Platform, Horizon Results Booster, Horizon Dashboard, and more – what are they and what’s in it for you?
The project Design a sustainable and effective Gender Equality Plan for your Institution (SPEAR) will share its experience sharing results on the Horizon Results Booster. Find out more about the project.
15:00 - 16:30 - Recipe for success: Tips and tricks to writing your Horizon Europe proposal
The objective of this workshop is to discuss and make participants aware of all of the aspects and policy considerations that will be assessed in the evaluation of Horizon Europe proposals, together with the participant’s scientific and/or technical excellence.
MSCA researchers will share their experiences along with other researchers in two different sessions:
14:00 – 14:45 - Young innovators
14:00 – 14:45 - Enhancing trust in science: a conversation with researchers
14:00 - 16:45 - Different sessions dedicated to the five EU Missions (on Cancer, Ocean, Climate, Soil and Cities) will take place in the afternoon
The Exhibition: We are on a mission to 2030
Nine REA projects are featured in the panorama interactive exhibition dedicated to the EU Mission: “A Soil Deal for Europe”:
- CIRCASA: Boosting soil carbon helps with climate, food and floods
- ISQAPER: App gives farmers a quick way to check soil health
- MINAGRIS: Does it hurt to eat the plastic harvest?
- LANDSUPPORT : Bird’s eye view makes sense of land management
- GLOBALTOX: Toxic chemicals further damage stressed soils
- Legumes Translated: Beans are good for you and the environment
- INNOSETA: Sharing best practices in pesticide spraying
- AfricanBioServices: Understanding the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem and its people
- TomRes: Making tomatoes more tolerant to climate change
What are these projects doing for the restoration and protection of soils in the EU and beyond?
Would you like to discover that other EU-funded projects are doing to support the other EU Missions?