Lithuanian University of Health Sciences is between seven new EIT RIS hubs to help EIT Health build innovation ecosystems
Seven EIT Health Hubs were chosen among companies, universities and institutes to cooperate with EIT Health in operating the EIT Regional Innovation Scheme 2018.
SC1-H2020 consortium building workshop in Brussels
On 18 May 2018 Lithuanian Research, Development and Innovation Liaison Office (LINO) and the Czech Liaison Office for Research Development and Innovation (CZELO) and associated Brussels-based RTD liaison offices jointly organise a half-day...
The Research Council of Lithuania launches a call for proposals to attract internationally recognized researchers to consolidate researchers’ groups in Lithuania
The Research Council of Lithuania launches the program for attracting researchers to Lithuania and announced a call for proposals to carry out research in the SMART specialization areas which would be led by high level foreign researchers as well...
The Research Council of Lithuania launches Brain Gain and Reintegration (SMART) call for proposals
The Research Council of Lithuania launches call for proposals to attract foreign and Lithuanian leading researchers to carry out high-budget research projects in the smart specialisation areas in Lithuania. Estimated one project fund – EUR 1 million.
The Research Council of Lithuania wishes you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
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Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office in Brussels LINO organizes a discussion on Mission Driven Research and Innovation
The one hour discussion is organised by the Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office in Brussels LINO. Guest speaker of the event will be Dr. Johan Stierna, senior policy officer of the European Commission, heading the RISE secretariat in DG Research and...
Lithuanian and Ukrainian RDI Liaison Offices organises the conference on research and innovation potential of Widening Member States and Associated Countries
The event will take place at the Permanent Representation of Lithuania to the EU (Rue Belliard 41-43, 1040 Brussels) on November 28 (Tuesday, 9:15-11:50).
Research Council of Lithuania and Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office LINO invite to the international conference Widening Lithuanian Research Potential
The Research Council of Lithuania and the Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office in Brussels LINO invites the research community, institutions working in the area of research and innovation (R&I) and all interested to participate in the European Commission...
Workshop on the role of JPI Cultural Heritage funded research projects on heritage practice will be held on 28th-29th September 2017 in Vilnius
Research Council of Lithuania, Lithuanian national committee for UNESCO, JPI Cultural Heritage, ICCROM and Institute of Architecture and Construction (Kaunas University of Technology) invites you to the workshop on the role of JPI Cultural...
Polish–Lithuanian funding Initiative DAINA: call for proposals 2017
The Research Council of Lithuania and National Science Centre are launching the first joint call for proposals within the funding initiative DAINA. The deadline for proposal submission is 15 December 2017.
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