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EFFECT @ ESOF 2018: Follow us at the “Business and Entrepreneurship in Disruptive Science” Parallel Session!

Contributed by: EEIG

In the context of the “EuroScience Open Forum” (ESOF) 2018 Edition in Toulouse, the EFFECT project will organise, in collaboration with the FET2RIN project, the parallel session “Business and Entrepreneurship in Disruptive Science” to be held on the 10th of July 2018 (10:00-11:30).
EFFECT @ ESOF 2018: Follow us at the “Business and Entrepreneurship in Disruptive Science” Parallel Session!
The round table discussion will address the emergence of breakthrough innovation resulting from research-driven approaches. Participants will do so by identifying the best practices and new ways of thinking the innovation chain as they take advantage of the first year of the European Innovation Council pilot.

Different stakeholders – both researchers and innovation suppliers – will share their opinions on major needs and opportunities. Moreover, recommendations will be made for the next Research and Innovation Framework Programme.

This will be moderated by Dr. Afonso Ferreira, Scientific Coordinator for International Affairs of the CNRS Institute for Computer Sciences, involving the European Business Network Association, the FET2RIN project coordinator, Meta Group, and one of the first FET Open SMEs selected as beneficiaries of the European Innovation Council pilot supporting measures.

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The EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) is the largest interdisciplinary meeting on science, innovation and their relation to society in Europe. This biennial event, created in 2004 by EuroScience, offers a unique framework for interaction and debate among scientists, industry, politicians and society. ESOF 2018 is built around the motto “Sharing science: towards new horizons”.

ESOF WEEK FIGURES: 4000+ researchers, educators, business actors and policymakers, more than 80 countries, more than 150 conferences, workshops, scientific sessions and 35000 estimated participants.


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