The aim of the Opening Science Working Group is to develop the agenda on open science including responsible research and innovation, interface between citizens, researchers and universities Facilitate information to and from members of the WG to relevant stakeholders.
  

Work Plan

ERRIN Contact

WORKING GROUP LEADER
Berwyn Davies
Welsh Higher Education Brussels – Welsh Government
Ida Heebøll
Copenhagen EU Office
Martina Hilger
Free Hanseatic City of Bremen
Anja Lurson
Berlin Partner for Business and Technology

Next Working Group

Cultural Heritage: project and cooperation opportunities

Tuesday, 27 November, 2018 -
10:00 to 13:00
Free Hanseatic City of Bremen Representation to the European Union, Avenue Palmerston 22, 1000 Brussels
This meeting will be a follow-up of the cultural heritage event “The Road from War to Peace, More Democracy and European Integration. War Architecture, Sites and Memories as Part of European Heritage and History” that the Opening Science Working Group organised on 3rd July at the House of European History. The aim of this meeting is to wrap up the input and the ideas obtained during the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 and look into the future. The intention is to explore opportunities...

Last Working Group Meeting

Berlin’s Liaison Office to the EU, Avenue Michel-Ange 71, 1000 Brussels
Brexit is soon upon us and there is uncertainty whether there will be a soft or hard Brexit. This uncertainty is not only weakening the universities in the UK but also potential partners in the rest of the EU. In regard to this, the Opening Science WG is organising a meeting with the aim to learn more about the political state of play and to look at already existing schemes that have been put in place to secure cooperation between universities and regions post-Brexit.   Please find the agenda...
Joint Representation of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and the State of Schleswig-Holstein to the EU, Avenue Palmerston 20, B - 1000 Brussels
How can we increase the tourism potential of our cultural heritage sites through innovation? How can we achieve that they evoke emotions and offer a personal experience to visitors? How can we ensure that the experience economy, involving the local communities, will offer affordable, inclusive and sustainable services in the medium/long run? Are you interested to brainstorm with us about these questions? Then come along and be part of the discussion that the Tourism Working Group of ERRIN is...
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Meeting minutes Missions in FP9 26.02.2018

Summary of the two presentations and discussion.
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Working Group Work Plan 2018

Thursday, September 28, 2017

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