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Autres programmes européens

Du fait de la multitude de programmes et d'instruments financés par l'Union Européenne, le nombre exact de "programmes européens" est difficile à appréhender. Il est par conséquent difficile d'en établir une liste exhaustive.

Le choix du programme se fait en fonction du type de projet (individuel/collaboratif), de la nature des activités financées (équipement, missions...etc) et des besoins spécifiques à chaque chercheur.

Autres programmes européens à retenir pour la Recherche


COST

Programme COSTCOST - coopération européenne en science et technologie - est un programme de mise en réseau des communautés scientifiques en Europe. Son objectif : renforcer la recherche scientifique et technique par le soutien à la coopération entre chercheurs européens et internationaux.



EUREKA

Programme EUREKALe réseau EUREKA vise à augmenter la compétitivité européenne en renforçant la coopération industrielle entre les PME, les centres de recherche et les universités dans le domaine de l'innovation industrielle.
La France finance trois actions dans le cadre d'EUREKA : le soutien aux projets coopératifs menés par des entreprises, le programme EUROSTARS et les initiatives stratégiques dites "clusters".

LIFE

Programme LIFELIFE est le programme 2014-2020 pour l'environnement et l'action pour le climat et remplace le programme Life+ (2007-2013). Depuis 1992, LIFE a cofinancé quelque 4306 projets. Pour la période de financement 2014-2020, LIFE contribuera environ 3,4 milliards € à la protection de l'environnement et le climat.


Programme Europe Creative

Programme Europe CreativeLe programme "Europe créative" préserve et défend la diversité culturelle et linguistique, tout en renforçant la compétitivité des secteurs de la culture et de la création.

  

Actualités

 

Programme COSTProgramme COST



Programme EUREKAProgramme EUREKA

  • INNOVEIT 2017 - EIT Innovation Forum

    The EIT’s Innovation Forum combines the EIT Awards and the EIT Stakeholder Forum with a specific focus on shaping innovation in Europe and consulting stakeholders on the EIT`s Strategic Innovatio

    27 mars 2017
  • Eurostars-2 cut-off 7: 401 applications received

    In the last call for applications to the Eurostars-2 programme (cut-off 7), a total of 401 project applications were received.

    27 mars 2017
  • EU-Startups Conference 2017

    This annual event, which aims to showcase a selection of Europe’s hottest startups, is a interesting venue for aspiring entrepreneurs and investors who are aiming to build international companies from within Europe.

    24 mars 2017
  • Eurostars-2 cut-off 6: first Canadian projects

    Canada joined the Eurostars-2 programme as a partner country in March 2016, and the results of cut-off 6 featured the first projects with Canadian participation. This is an excellent result considering Canada’s recent involvement in Eurostars.

    24 mars 2017
  • Eurostars cut-off 6 funding results: 108 projects worth € 161 M approved

    Eurostars-2 countries and the European Commission will invest an estimated total of €  77 M* in transnational innovation projects involving 29 different countries.

    24 mars 2017

Programme LIFEProgramme LIFE+




  • Planting trees to protect birds in SlovakiaPhoto:LIFE15 GIE/UK/000867
    In a first for Slovakia, the LIFE Energy project (LIFE13 NAT/SK/001272) is taking the innovative step of planting trees to protect birds across the country. LIFE Energy has already planted some 550 trees in areas where birds regularly die due to collisions with power lines. The project is thus increasing vegetation around the dangerous power lines to ensure birds register the natural barrier and fly over the electric wires. The trees not only protect birds they also have the added benefit of increasing biodiversity. By planting different species of trees, the project ensures that various animal species are attracted to the area and use the vegetation for nesting, a source of food and shelter.
    24 mars 2017
  • LIFEnews December-JanuaryLIFEnews 2/2017
    This edition of LIFEnews focuses on the first LIFE platform meeting dedicated to Integrated Projects (LIFE IPs). These are projects designed to implement environmental and climate legislation and goals on a wider scale than traditional LIFE projects, in particular by mobilising complementary funding from EU and national sources and the private sector. The lead article reveals what has been learned about complementary funding in the first year of LIFE IPs, including contributions from the LIFE Unit, the Finnish National Contact Point and two projects. The second article showcases the nine new Integrated Projects funded in the 2015 LIFE call.
    23 mars 2017
  • Seven European cities and nine London boroughs to join LIFE food value initiativePhoto:LIFE15 GIE/UK/000867
    On 16 March 2017, LIFE TRiFOCAL London (LIFE15 GIE/UK/000867) announced at The London Conference the names of the nine London boroughs and the seven EU cities where it will demonstrate its innovative food valuing programme. LIFE TRiFOCAL London aims to encourage people to reduce food waste through changes in shopping, storage, and meal planning and preparation behaviours; to promote healthy and sustainable eating by changing purchasing and preparation practices; and to increase the recycling of unavoidable food waste.
    21 mars 2017


 Programme Europe CreativeProgramme Europe Creative


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