(STIP) was designed and launched within the framework of EU BILAT project ShERACA “Shaping Egypt’s association to the European Research Area and Cooperation Action”. A project funded under the FP7 INCO programme with an overall objective to enhance the participation and involvement of Egyptian R&D stakeholders and key players in the various ERA activities.
(STIP) is now managed by ShERACA+ project. It aims at disseminating knowledge to raise awareness and foster the engagement of public and private research and innovation actors, including policy officials from Egypt, the European Commission, European Member States and representatives from academia, industry and civil society. In this context, STIP is designed to create a communication platform and a comprehensive portal for all aspects of EU-Egypt ST&I cooperation where stakeholders from EU and Egypt can communicate and oversee the past, current and future cooperation activities. ShERACA portal will increase the visibility of Egypt research landscape thus enhance EU-Egypt partnership.
|ERANETMED first call is now open|
The present Call is co-funded by the following Euro-Mediterranean countries
|Open Call: Research2Business2Research (R2B2R)Water treatment technologies implementation|
|The FP4BATIW project offers 18 travel bursaries (11 from MPC to EU and 7 from EU to MPC) to promote the EU & MPC individuals’ mobility as well as encourage contacts between institutions to joint participation in the H2020 programme.|
|Configure The 9th International Meeting of The Research Institute of Ophthalmology|
|The RIO meeting had always been an outstanding annual event. The theme of the 2015 meeting will be "A Global Focus on Ophthalmology Today." This theme reflects not just how we ophthalmologists perceive our field, but also reflects the conference's focus on all aspects of that specialty. for more information visit www.rioegypt2015.org|
|Second Ministerial Forum on Science, Technology, and Innovation in Africa|
|Hosted by the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco, the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Government of Finland will organize the Second Ministerial Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation in Africa.|
The countries of the Mediterranean basin face a number of similar problems in relation to agriculture, mainly as regards the use and management of natural resources, such as soil and water, crop protection and threats to the security and sustainability of agricultural production resulting from climate change.