Trends for open access to publications: Luxembourg in Top 5

The European Commission has published data on trends for open access to publications, with Luxembourg ranking in 5th place, ahead of countries such as the United Kingdom and Germany. 


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Event: Luxembourg Open Science Forum

Wednesday, 14 November – Friday, 16 November 2018. Luxembourg Learning Centre, 10, Place de l’Académie, L-4360 Esch-sur-Alzette.


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JUMP Call for proposals

The JUMP programme is now accepting proposals, with a deadline of Friday, 28 September 2018, 14:00 CET.


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FNR ATTRACT Fellows – the people behind the science: Anne Grünewald

An interplay of people connected via Parkinson’s disease and mitochondria led Ass. Prof Dr Anne Grünewald to Luxembourg, where she started her FNR ATTRACT Fellowship at the LCSB at the University of Luxembourg in 2016. We spoke to the German national about how she fell in love with mitochondria; the importance of team spirit; interdisciplinarity and what it was like to be a full-time PI with a new-born at home and a husband abroad.


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Spotlight on Young Researchers: Maciej Piotr Chrzanowski

Maciej Piotr Chrzanowski never thought he would become a researcher, but a successful attempt at applying for a PhD changed all of that, and the Polish national found himself moving to Luxembourg. Now in the 3rd year of his AFR-PPP PhD, Maciej is embedded both at the University of Luxembourg and in R&D Application Department of steel manufacturing corporation ArcelorMittal, where he works on development of new solutions for structures.


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RESCOM: Conference gathers leading law experts in Luxembourg for the first time

September 2017 saw the most renowned experts on the law of the sea and the law of international watercourses converge in Luxembourg for the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg conference “A Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Dispute Resolution in the Law of International Watercourses and the Law of the Sea”.


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We need both: start-ups and research-based spin-offs, but they need different support measures to be successful

While the United States is the acknowledged leader in the creation of research-based spin-offs, Europe and especially Luxembourg lag behind tremendously. The FNR’s Head of Innovation, Andreea Monnat, explains why the country needs both start-ups and research-based spin-offs – and why they need different support measures in order to succeed.


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JUMP

Deadlines:
Friday 28 September 2018 14:00 CET

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BRIDGES

Deadlines:
Friday 12 October 2018 14:00 CET

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INDUSTRIAL FELLOWSHIPS

Deadlines:
Friday 12 October 2018 14:00 CET

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PEARL

Deadlines:
Tuesday 16 October 2018 14:00 CET

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FNR PEARL Chairs: Prof Rejko Krüger – connecting fundamental research and clinical care

Introducing FNR ATTRACT Fellows: Pedro Cardoso-Leite (experimental physchology)

FNR PEARL Chairs: Prof Henderik Proper – Enterprise Modelling – Making the Abstract Tangible

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Introducing FNR ATTRACT Fellows – Alex Redinger (physics / solar cells)

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