CatRIS (Catalogue of Research Infrastructure Services), a new project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme, kicked off in Strasbourg on 25 January 2019. CatRIs will build an online catalogue of European research infrastructure services, with particular emphasis on physical infrastructures. This novel information gateway will help improve the visibility of services, enhance RI usage […]
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In time for the COP24 conference in Poland EFIS has written a report for Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Inovation. The report Smart Specialisation Toolkit Adaptation and Development provides a basis for transition to low-carbon (zero-carbon) economy based on smart specialisation. It outlines a number of indicators that should guide the regions to measure the transition towards a low-carbon […]
Scotland Europa Brussels Office hosted the final workshop of our 2-year Horizon 2020 project Online S3. Keynote speeches were given by professors Raquel Ortega-Argiles and Lena Tsipouri as well as by Andrea Conte from the European Commission. EFIS’ Policy Director, Alasdair Reid, presented Roadmaps helping users step by step in the use of the e-policy […]
Scottish First Minister @Nicola Sturgeon sets out the case of why governments should prioritise well being !
EFIS Centre is delighted to have been selected in partnership with with Visionary Analytics, @Ecorys and @ZSI by @EUScienceInnov to deliver services over the next 2 years via a Framework Contract for Exploring, Documenting and Analysing R&I Policy Issues (EDAR).
The summary report on the outcomes of the RI-PATHS participatory workshops is published now (https://t.co/Swd1ZVlmuk). Check it out for more details on the shaping of a guiding reference framework for socio-economic impact assessment of RIs.