Programme „Attracting Foreign Researchers for Research Implementation“ results will be announced until 28th of September 2018
Research Council of Lithuania completed assessment of projects under the programme „Attracting Foreign Researchers for Research Implementation“. The funds will be allocated to applications that met the criteria of project benefit and quality...
Research Council of Lithuania: new opportunities for strengthening research of the 3 Baltic states
The Research Council of Lithuania is getting ready for the beginning of the Baltic Research Programme implementation. The co-research of the three Baltic states and the donor countries – Iceland, Lichtenstein and Norway – must be conducted until...
Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania approved a new chairman and two deputies of the chairman of the Research Council of Lithuania
A new chairman of the Research Council of Lithuania became a professor Valdemaras Razumas. His deputies approved as well to chair two expert committees. Dr. Justina Poškienė, docent of Vilnius University Faculty of History, became a chairwoman of...
EU budget: Commission proposes most ambitious Research and Innovation programme yet
For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the Commission is proposing €100 billion for research and innovation.
Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office LINO will chair IGLO network in Brussels
Lithuanian Research Development and Innovation Liaison Office in Brussels (LINO) was elected to chair the Informal Group of RTD Liaison Offices (IGLO) - informal association of Brussels-based non-profit Research & Development Liaison Offices - for...
The Ministry of Education and Science approved amendments to Guidelines of Activity “Attracting Foreign Researchers for Research Implementation”
The Ministry of Education and Science has approved technical amendments to Guidelines for applicants of Activity “Attracting Foreign Researchers for Research Implementation”.
Spring Meeting of Secretaries of National Science, Technology and Innovation Advisory Councils held in Vilnius
The 13th annual spring meeting of secretaries of national institutions, acting as advisory bodies for science, technology and innovation policy was held in Vilnius on May 18.
Answers to frequently asked questions regarding eligibility of research leader applying for funding of activity “Attracting foreign researchers for research implementation”
Research Council of Lithuania provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding eligible research leaders applying for funding of Activity “Attracting foreign researchers for research implementation” under Measure 01.2.2-LMT-K-718 ‘Targeted...
Join the discussion “Towards better interaction between science and diplomacy” in Vilnius
Foreign Affairs Ministry of the Republic of Lithuania together with the Research Council of Lithuania and Vilnius University organise the first discussion about science diplomacy “Towards better interaction between science and diplomacy”.
Kaunas University of Technology is between ten new EIT FOOD HUBS
It is a great pleasure for us to inform you that our EIT Food centres CLC North-East and CLC South have selected the following organisations to perform the role of EIT Food Hubs in 2018.
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