The DRAGON-STAR project, is an FP7 activity aiming to support Sino-European collaboration in research and innovation by providing a series of practical services to European and Chinese stakeholders.
Check out in this newsletter two interesting DRAGON-STAR activities aiming to support Research and Innovation collaboration between Europe and China.
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For the DRAGON-STAR team
DRAGON-STAR Innovation Award – Deadline 31st of May 2014
Have you ever been part of a successful Chinese-European cooperation?
The outcome of this cooperation has been an innovation with industrial relevance?
Your cooperation has been running for at least 6 months?
If this applies for you, submit your full application for the Dragon-STAR Innovation Award and let your work be rewarded!
The Dragon-STAR Innovation Award aims at delivering visibility to shining examples of Chinese-European successful collaboration cases in order to motivate and stimulate future Chinese-European cooperation.
The winner will be awarded with the Dragon-STAR Innovation Award during the China-EU S&T Cooperation Forum in Brussels in 2015.
Travel Grant Scheme: 2nd Call for Applicants Participation in the Brokerage Event during the EU-China Business and Technology Co-operation Fair in Chengdu (Deadline: 19/09/ 2014)
The Travel Grant Scheme provides the opportunity for European organizations to investigate the Chinese market and identify suitable partners to conclude technological and/or research collaboration. It also provides financial support to eligible European organizations to travel to China.
This is the Second Call of the Dragon-STAR Travel Grant Scheme and it aims at covering the traveling expenses of organizations interested to participate in the Brokerage Event organized in parallel to the EU-China Business & Technology (B&T) Co-operation Fair, which will be held in Chengdu, China on 21-23 October 2014.
The grant covers expenses for flights, accommodation, registration fees for entrance to the fair and participation in the Brokerage Event or participation in any other parallel events/workshops in the fair, as well as food and local transportation costs in China (taxi, train, busses etc), with a maximum of €2,500.
In the case that not all the budget is allocated, additional calls will follow until the budget has been used up.
New Calls Supporting Cooperation with China