New Trends in European PR: Success Stories

This is a guest post by Piotr Pogorzelski on an important emerging trend within European R&D PR and communications – the success story.

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5 Tips for Effective FP7 Proposals

The European Commission has just published its 2012 FP7 Work Programme, so stand by for the next calls for project proposals. Even before the calls open people are already huddling together to form consortia which can submit proposals for collaborative research! We give you some tips on how to make your application as painless as possible.

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Filed under: CSFRI,FP7,Horizon 2020 | Tags: , , , | By Hywel on July 21, 2011 at 1:52 am

New CORDIS Partners Service

As work on the development of Horizon 2020 continues, a number of new platforms and services are appearing to help would-be participants get things done just a little bit easier. Any tool that make collaboration less burdensome is certainly very welcome!

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Filed under: CSFRI,FP7,Horizon 2020,innovation | Tags: , , , , | By Hywel on July 15, 2011 at 12:31 pm

Sub-contracting in FP7 – the whys and wherefores

We continue the debate on the benefits and pitfalls of using sub-contractors in EU-funded research projects. Continue reading Sub-contracting in FP7 – the whys and wherefores

Do projects like to communicate?

Over the last few weeks we have been discussing the findings of a survey we conducted in order to inform our CSFRI (or Horizon 2020) Green Paper response. We have looked at the use of sub-contractors in current FP7 projects, issues surrounding the involvement of SMEs as project partners and the development of Horizon 2020 itself.

In this post we explore some of the attitudes people have towards project communication.
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Filed under: CSFRI,dissemination,FP7,innovation,science copywriting | Tags: , , , , | By Hywel on July 2, 2011 at 3:26 pm