Paving the way for open science skills
The European Skills Agenda aims to help individuals and businesses develop more and better skills in order to strengthen sustainable competitiveness. The EU-funded ISPAS project will follow these recommendations to support PhD candidates. Specifically, it will develop new joint curricula of PhD courses organised by academic and non-academic institutions, providing candidates from the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), medicine, social sciences as well as arts and humanities with skills in open innovation and open science. The project will rely on the quadruple helix model of collaboration, which brings together members of the consortium and stakeholders from the industry, the public sector, government institutions and civil society in Bulgaria, Italy, Norway and Spain.
Fields of science
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action