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Effective training of transferable skills related to open science and innovation for PhD candidates and early-stage researchers

Project description

Providing effective training of transferable skills related to open science and innovation

Open science is a core strategy for the European Commission and a structured working process within its research funding programmes. Therefore, all scientists should have the necessary skills to apply it. The EU-funded DISCOVERY LEARNING project explores effective approaches for participatory, empowered and evolutionary work-based learning in PhD programmes and for transferable skills training related to open science and innovation in higher education. The project aims to create a new framework that enables practical understanding of fundamental skills for open science and innovation, game-changing paradigms for training, and traceable lifelong learning and employability. Actionable knowledge for future scalability and sustainability of results enables the development of several transferable skills simultaneously, increasing active participation, satisfaction and performance of participants.

Fields of science

Call for proposal

H2020-SwafS-2020-1
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Coordinator

Research, Technology Development and Innovation, S.L.
Address
C/ Mozart 42
28008 Madrid
Spain
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
EU contribution
€ 78 812,50

Participants (3)

UNIVERSITETET I OSLO
Norway
EU contribution
€ 140 625
Address
Problemveien 5-7
0313 Oslo
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
SAIA NO
Slovakia
EU contribution
€ 43 000
Address
Sasinkova 10
812 20 Bratislava 1
Activity type
Other
FUNDACION ESPANOLA PARA LA CIENCIAY LA TECNOLOGIA, F.S.P., FECYT
Spain
EU contribution
€ 84 375
Address
Calle Del Pintor Murillo Numero 15
28100 Alcobendas
Activity type
Research Organisations