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We welcome you to go to the European Commission’s site on global cooperation with the USA.BILAT’s Transnational Scientist Career Program is out! A bootcamp playbook with strategies and tools for promoting a grant looking for culture.From the 6th to the 9th of November 2018, BILAT U.S.A. 4.0 led a delegation of American company associations, R&I networks, and cluster organizations in an objective to the EU. The four-day occasion was extremely valued by the delegation which took part in a rich program of gos to with over …The BILAT USA 4.0 job hosted a Citizen Science workshop in conjunction with the conference on Citizen Observatories for natural hazards and water management (COWM) which happened in Venice, Italy, November 27-30, 2018. The workshop was co-organised by Dietmar Lampert of the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) and … BILAT U.S.A. 4.0 in cooperation with the Health Directorate of the DG Research and Innovation, European Commission, arranged the workshop titled “Towards Transatlantic Co-operation in discomfort research”, held on 29th of October in Brussels, Belgium at the premises of the European Commission. The event served to support the continuous US-EU … From September 25th through October 1st, 2018 The National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) hosted BILAT U.S.A. 4.0 workshops throughout 3 American cities. The workshops aimed to reinforce research study collaboration in between the EU/US and looked for to promote cooperation and funding opportunities as well.BILAT U.S.A. 4.0 arranged a Webinar on EU-USA Research Cooperation Opportunities– Horizon 2020 & U.S.A. funding on the 14th of December 2018. On November 12-13, 2018 DLR, the Planner of the BILAT USA4.0, hosted the two United States Info Points for H2020, namely the Consortium for Ocean Management represented by Allison Hays and American Chemical Society represented by Christopher La Prade at their facilities in Bonn.On the sixth of November a delegation of US cluster companies participated in an EU-US cluster cooperation knowledge-sharing round table held at BLOXHUB in Copenhagen, Denmark. The roundtable focused on networking and knowledge exchange and offered the 32 individuals an opportunity to gain from peers and specialists. Organized by … This task has received financing from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research study and development programme under grant agreement No 692468.