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Joint Programming is a research and innovation policy concept driven by societal challenges. Its aim is to tackle grand societal challenges through more efficient use of resources, by the alignment of funding at national level and through decreasing fragmentation in the European Research Area (ERA). This newsletter is written by the division Wageningen International at Wageningen UR (University & Research centre) with the aim to provide up-to-date information about the European Research Area (ERA) and its research initiatives in the area of the Bioeconomy, specifically about the 10 current Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs).
Newsletter 11 May 2015

About this Joint Programming Newsletter

The Joint Programming Newsletter informs the general public about important and up-to-date developments within the ten Joint Programming Initiatives. It will be published on a regular basis.

Interested in more news? Every week, newsitems are placed on the Joint Programming website.

JPI HDHL: Third International Conference of JPI HDHL 19th of June 2015

The third international conference of the Joint Programming Initiative “A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life” (JPI HDHL) will take place on Friday 19th of June 2015 in Brussels (Belgium)..
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JPI AMR Workshop Identifying the Pathway to Diagnostic Development on 11 May 2015

On 11 May 2015 in London, the Medical Research Centre UK on behalf of JPIAMR, is hosting the workshop ‘Identifying the Pathway to Diagnostic Development’ to look at the route from bench to market of diagnostic development.
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JPI Oceans Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda now available

The Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) of JPI Oceans is published and was presented at the First JPI Oceans conference on 7 May 2015.
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JPI Climate: Successful workshop on ‘Improving knowledge for enhanced climate change response and decision-making’

During this two day (21/22 April 2015) discussion and exchange forum around 40 participants with climate science background from different disciplines, all dedicated to tackling climate change as one of the major societal challenges.

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JPI Climate Workshop: Demand driven climate services in Europe (11-12 June 2015, Brussels)

The aim of this event is to encourage collaborative activies and to provide an opportunity for interested parties to initiate the development of research, development and innovation projects on climate services that respond to the needs expressed in the Horizon 2020 Roadmap for Climate Services.

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JPI Urban Europe: SEiSMiC Forum Explores New Urban Governance

The JPI Urban Europe project SEiSMiC held its first International Forum April 20-21, 2015 in Brussels, bringing together some 70 project participants from all 10 implementing countries. Participants discussed ongoing social innovation projects in their countries, as well as a handful of initiatives with cross-border elements. The Netherlands was with 10 participants well represented.
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Water JPI: Public consultation on the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda is open

The Water JPI launched the new version of the Water JPI Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA 1.0) in June 2014. In line with the participatory approach the Water JPI is based upon, this consultation aims to gather the opinions of the society at large on the SRIA. As a consequence, your participation in the discussion of this document draft is very important (before 24 May 2015).
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JPI AMR - Call for transnational research projects on Antimicrobial Resistance

Nine national funding organisations (including ZonMw from the Netherlands) will launch a second call for proposals in the context of the Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial Resistance (JPI AMR). The call opened on March 17, 2015. Deadline for pre-proposals is 12 May 2015.
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JPI MYBL: Announcement of First Call: Extended Working Life and its Interaction with Health, Wellbeing and beyond

JPI More Years, Better Lives (JPI MYBL) launched its first call on 1 April 2015: Extended Working Life and its Interaction with Health, Wellbeing and beyond. Deadline of June 2nd 2015. The Netherlands is one of the funding countries.
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JPI Climate Knowledge Usability WORK-Shop (17 June 2015, Brussels)

In this JPI Climate WORK-Shop, European climate researchers, boundary workers and policymakers bring together experiences and lessons learned as well as strategies, tools and practices to bridge the usability gap of climate change research projects. The Netherlands is one of the organizing countries.
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