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Welcome to the blog of the White Rose Brussels Office's European Public Affairs Director, Dr Phil Holliday, who is capturing his thoughts and activities of running a university representative office in Brussels.
29th March 2018
The European Open Science Cloud – the future of Open Access research

The European Open Science Cloud – the future of Open Access research

The Internet has fundamentally changed the practical and economic realities of distributing scientific knowledge and cultural heritage. Open Access (OA) allows new approaches to scholarly publishing. The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) aims to provide Europe’s 1.7 million researchers and 70 million students and professionals in science and technology with easy access to other researchers’ […]

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6th March 2018
Latest Information on Mission-Oriented Challenges in the Future Framework Programme

Latest Information on Mission-Oriented Challenges in the Future Framework Programme

Mission-Oriented Challenges have been a much talked about but little understood element of the next framework programme. The latest report, ‘Mission-Oriented Research and Innovation in the EU’ was published by the Commission last week, giving the clearest indication yet of exactly what Missions will look like. The report is by Mariana Mazzucato, an academic at […]

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15th December 2017
What will the successor framework programme to Horizon 2020 look like?

What will the successor framework programme to Horizon 2020 look like?

As the final three year work programmes for Horizon 2020 have been published (excluding an update on the work programmes in 2019 for the final year of calls), all attention in Brussels has turned towards what will follow on from Horizon 2020, the Ninth Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, colloquially referred to as FP9, although I am certain that it will follow the same trend as the current FP and be given a snazzy name.

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11th December 2017
A White Rose Brussels Event: What on earth can the past of Eastern Africa tell us about future sustainability?

A White Rose Brussels Event: What on earth can the past of Eastern Africa tell us about future sustainability?

On December 7 2017, the White Rose Brussels Office hosted an event which showcased the role Archeology can play in informing EU agricultural development policy. The policy brief and interactive discussion presented insights from University of York EU-funded research projects, situating them in the broader context of EU agricultural development policy. Speaking at the event […]

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5th October 2017
Sheffield University scientist part of Nobel Prize winning team

Sheffield University scientist part of Nobel Prize winning team

Dr Ed Daw from the University of Sheffield’s department of Physics and Astronomy is part of the LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) Scientific Collaboration that made the Nobel Prize winning discovery. The very first observation of Gravitational Waves, which was first theorised by Albert Einstein more than a century ago, was announced in February of […]

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3rd October 2017
Arrival of our new Interns

Arrival of our new Interns

The White Rose Brussels office is delighted to welcome our three new Interns Tom, Rohan and Joe. The interns have been spending the last four weeks in Yorkshire working with and meeting our key partners across the three universities and learning the relevant skills and information for their roles.   The interns will spend the […]

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4th July 2017
White Rose Brussels Events on Brexit, ERC, Food Security and Sustainability

White Rose Brussels Events on Brexit, ERC, Food Security and Sustainability

May and June were busy months for the Brussels office, we held three events in Brussels and one in Yorkshire. Here’s a quick summary of the four events.

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17th May 2017

Photography Competition Winners Announced

The Winners of the White Rose Photography Competition have been announced, having gone through a rigorous selection process. The competition attracted over 150 submissions over three categories including ‘My Yorkshire’, ‘My University’ and ‘My Research’. The photos were judged for their photographic excellence and after trying to determine one overall winner from the ‘My University’ […]

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