Universities of S&T as engines of excellence, talent and innovation – roles in research and innovation infrastructures

21. 3. 2019

CESAER has published a white paper on ´Universities of Science and Technology (S&T) as engines of excellence, talent and innovation´.

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Czech Republic and ESO signed Training Programme Agreement

14. 3. 2019

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic (MEYS) and the European Southern Observatory (ESO) have concluded

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WWW: The 30-year anniversary of an invention that changed the world

12. 3. 2019

Thirty years ago, a young computer expert working at CERN Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote his first proposal for an internet-based hypertext

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European „Open Science Cloud“ and research infrastructures ESFRI – how do they „tango“?

26. 2. 2019

EOSC is a giant effort to provide a huge service infrastructure combining distributed data repositories from all publicly funded research

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Czech-German Scientific Conference on Nanotechnologies and Advanced Materials

21. 2. 2019

Join the conference, enjoy the atmosphere and learn the experience of the city of Brno, the birthplace of electron microscopy

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US – Extreme Light Infrastructure Scientific Dialogue

21. 2. 2019

Representatives of US and European laboratories, companies and funding agencies are meeting for the first time on 21-22 February 2019 at ELI

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CERN CZ Roadshow: Start your career in CERN!

19. 2. 2019

In addition to its scientific programme, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) offers a variety of career opportunities and

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A discussion on the future form of ESFRI launched in London

13. 2. 2019

London, January 31, 2019 – A workshop named “ESFRI: Future Directions” took place on January 31, 2019 at London’s Grange

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What are the large research infrastructures?

Large research infrastructures are unique facilities of high knowledge and technology expertise, which are operated on the basis of open access policy principles. Host institutions operate the large research infrastructures for all their potential users, coming both from research organisations and/or innovative enterprises. Large research infrastructures enable user communities to achieve cutting-edge results in fundamental and applied research and to develop state-of-the-art technologies with a high potential for application in innovative products and services of a high added value.

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