14th and 15th October 2014 at the WHO Europe, UN City, in Copenhagen,
The aim of this final conference is not only to present the results from
three years of intensive research in INPROFOOD, but also to bring together
European stakeholders in an open dialogue to discuss the challenges of the
food and health challenge and to discuss strategies to involve key
stakeholders and the civil society in future food and health research
The following topics await you:
The Campus de Excelencia Internacional de Medio Ambiente, Biodiversidad y Cambio Global (CEI CamBio) has invested a million Euros in scientific and technical equipment and R&D infrastructure in the five institutions included in project INNOCAMPUS, funded by the Spanish ministry for innovation and science: the Universities of Almeria (UAL), Cádiz (UCA), Córdoba (UCO), Huelva (UHU) and Pablo de Olavide (UPO).
Campus de Excelencia Internacional de Medio Ambiente, Biodiversidad y Cambio Global (CEI CamBio) – with the participation of the Universities of Almeria, Cadiz, Cordoba, Huelva, Internacional de Andalucía, Jaen and the CSIC, under the coordination of Universidad Pablo de Olavide – and Fundación Vodafone España have been developing several actions for improving info-accessibility through the implementation of new technologies. These actions are carried out within the context of Programme CEI, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte.
The Campus de Excelencia Internacional en Medio Ambiente, Biodiversidad y Cambio Global, coordinated by the Universidad Pablo de Olavide and with the participation of seven Andalusian universities and CSIC, along with the Federación Española de Centros Tecnológicos, has developed the working avenue entitled ‘Impulso a la Investigación Aplicada’ (Promotion of Applied Research). Leer más …
The Campus de Excelencia Internacional de Medio Ambiente, Biodiversidad y Cambio Global (CEI CamBio) has created infoadapted positions in the computer rooms and libraries of all member institutions – universities Pablo de Olavide (Seville), Internacional de Andalucía, Almería, Cádiz, Córdoba, Huelva, Jaén and the CSIC. The aim of this initiative is to make university environments universally accessible, following the agreement signed byCEI CamBio, Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes and Fundación ONCE.
The director of CEI has taken part in a meeting organised by the Secretaría General de Universidades, Investigación y Tecnología, in order to advance in the preparation of the Research and Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialisation (RIS3) in Andalusia, with the presence of the assessor of the European Commission for the region D. Rafael Rodríguez Clemente.
The national and regional strategies for smart specialisation (RIS3 strategies) combine into an integrated agenda for the economic transformation of the territory based on five points: