What can MSCA under Horizon Europe do to Boost Your Business?
The UK Research Office (UKRO), in its capacity as UK National Contact Points (NCPs) for MSCA, in collaboration with EURAXESS UK and the UK NCPs for SMEs, held a webinar 'What can MSCA under Horizon Europe do to Boost Your Business", on 1 June 2021, 11:00-12:30pm UK time.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) directly support excellent research, boosting jobs, growth and investment. MSCA also help organisations to strengthen their research capacity and to build sustainable international and inter-sectoral partnerships and networks thereby enhancing their global reputation and visibility.
Catch up on the presentations and watch the recording on demand.
Introduction and resources;
MSCA in Horizon Europe, Eleni Konsta, Policy Officer, European Commission, DG EAC, MSCA unit (please note that the information in this presentation is preliminary and subject to the adoption of the work programme);
The Non-academic Sector in MSCA, Smadar Hirsh, Senior Director, Israel Innovation Authority and Horizon 2020 NCP;
Experience from an SME, Gavin McConvey, Action Mental health, MSCA RISE project MENHIR;
Case Studies of non-academic sector involvement in MSCA funded projects, Jordi Valls, MSCA Fellow, Bruker Optik GmbH, MSCA ITN MONPLAS; and
The Context is Half the Work, supporting Practice-led Research Through Inter-Sectoral Partnerships, Sven Anderson, MSCA Fellow, Theatrum Mundi, MSCA IF Sound-Frameworks.
A recording of the webinar can be accessed here: https://ukri.zoom.us/rec/share/MuIX5P7mvIgnQ_Pd3_CGF58FeO7CNVUt5Kh13ZzLPqLpfnpYeHoyIZi98vsRYwfO.Rot5mTsSSSwyKJd8
Access Passcode: MSCA#SME21
Who is this for?
The webinar is aimed at those in non-academic organisations, including industries and SMEs, who are interested in developing a better understanding of how they can utilise MSCA funding to boost their business objectives. The event would also be of interest to researchers and other staff in the UK and across Europe who are interested in working with partners outside of academia.
The webinar provides participants with an overview of the different initiatives and elements of the various MSCA funding opportunities that would be the most relevant for the non-academic sector.
01 June 2021
UK Research Office (UKRO)