Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

The Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur is the regional authority in South-East France. Marseille and Nice are the main cities in the region. The Region is managing authority for ESIF, and thus is repsonsible for implementing S3 and ERDF at regional level. The Region is also in charge of defining and implementing the economic development strategy, which includes research and innovation, in its territory.

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Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

S3 Strategy

For 2021-2027, the Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur has identified 9 priorities: Health and silver economy; Nature-based technologies and innovation; Blue economy; Aerospace, security and defence; Energy transition; Culture, tourism and sport; Green transition; Key technologies (photonics, ICT, chemistry and advanced materials)

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  • By Gaia Ialisa Marotta

Aix-Marseille University’s expressions of interest for Green Deal calls

Aix-Marseille University is expressing interest in being involved in project proposals for the Green Deal calls LC-GD-11-1-2020, LC-GD-8-1-2020, LC-GD-7-1-2020, LC-GD-4-1-2020, LC-GD-3-1-2020, LC-GD-2-2-2020, LC-GD-2-1-2020.

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LC-GD-6-1-2020: Testing and demonstrating systemic innovations in support of the Farm-to-Fork Strategy

Aix-Marseille University (AMU) is searching for partners for a project proposal on new antifungal and antibiotic to fight resistant bacteria

  • By Anonymous

LC-GD-8-2-2020: Fostering regulatory science to address combined exposures to industrial chemicals and pharmaceuticals: from science to evidence-based policies

Aix-Marseille University (AMU) is searching for partners for a project proposal on "Improvement of experimental models using invertebrate animals to assess the environmental toxicity of very low doses of chemicals mixtures"

  • By Ilaria d'Auria

Region Sud launches a comprehensive plan in support to culture, agriculture and enterprises

Ma Region Sud launched a comprehensive emergency, solidarity, and recovery plan to support its inhabitants through this crisis.

  • By Lucie Durocher

PREVENT’S final event will share knowledge and analysis of security needs in public transport.

As PREVENT comes to an end and PREVENT 2 will start, the project partners and public buyers will use a pre-commercial procurement approach to develop cutting-edge tailored security technologies. The project's final event is open to anyone interested in learning about innovative research and solutions for improving security in public transport networks.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Looking for partners for an H2020 project on train stations security

European urban train stations are one of the centers of gravity of the daily city life, with a key economic and societal role. However, these critical infrastructures are facing a major challenge: increasing variety of threats linked to a growing role of transport interconnections and intermodality.