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EU-US Cooperation
14 October 2021

EU-US Cooperation through research: explore the funding opportunities for US

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The EU and US share research values such as openness, transparency, FAIRness, inclusiveness, academic freedom and ethics, and are natural partners in science, technology and innovation. Moreover, they have similar priorities, such as the green and digital transformation and, more recently, how to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Your questions from our latest webinar
14 September 2021

Your questions from our latest webinar

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A big thank you to all those who attended the session live. Here below you can find all the questions we were asked and the answers to them. If you want to watch the full reply from the webinar, next to each Q&A slide you can find the link to the exact minute where the answer is given.
2nd call winners
7 January 2021

From the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) to farmers: how society will reap the benefits of the second NGIatlantic.eu Open Call results

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A CloudBank service contributing to the scientific programme of the Large Hadron Collider, a cross-Atlantic network solution via GEANT, a decentralized data ecosystem for the Open Blockchain for Asset Disposition Alliance (OBADA), a peer-to-peer and trusted community to protect population, a platform to provide farmers with transparent and fair information: in the second NGIatlantic.eu open call, 5 EU-US projects have been selected to contribute to the Next Generation Internet.
3rd open call
2 December 2020

New opportunity for funding: NGIatlantic.eu 3rd Open Call launched on 1st December

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Following the first two successful Open Calls, on the 1st of December NGIatlantic.eu launched its third call to support EU- organisations to carry out research experiments across Next Generation Internet (NGI) application domains using EU and/or US based experimental platforms. The application deadline for this third open call is 26th of February 2021.
Report of the NGIatlantic.eu session at the NGI Policy Summit 2020
12 November 2020

Trends in experiments in EU-US research and innovation. Report of the NGIatlantic.eu session at the NGI Policy Summit 2020

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Three of the selected NGIatlantic.eu projects were given an opportunity to pitch their experiments at the NGI Policy Summit 2020. This blog post presents the outcome of the NGIatlantic.eu workshop.
fairteam
21 October 2020

NGIatlantic funded project FairTeam launched at the end of October!

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One of the NGIatlantic.eu open call 1 projects, entitled FairTeam, held their on-line kick-off meeting on 21st October 2020.
NGIatlantic.eu 2nd Open Call Insight
15 October 2020

NGIatlantic.eu keeps building bridges: 23 EU-US applications submitted to the 2nd Open Call

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NGIatlantic.eu just closed successfuly its Second Open Call, starting the evaluation phase of the second group of applications. In this article you will find some interesting stats giving you insights about the percentage of EU/US applicants, their origin and type of organisation and more.
opencall2
3 August 2020

NGIatlantic.eu launches its 2nd Open Call

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NGIatlantic.eu is excited to open the second of 5 Open Calls for proposals with an overall budget of 2.8 million Euro. European organisations can use this funding to carry out research & innovation activities in collaboration with US counterparts on NGI experimental platforms. The purpose is to incentivize collaboration between EU and US research teams to meet the technical challenges posed by the vision of a more human-centric, Next Generation Internet.
selected_projects
9 September 2020

NGIatlantic.eu announces the winners of its first Open Call for funding

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Through a set of 5 Open Calls, the H2020 project NGIatlantic.eu supports the collaboration between EU and US with a total funding budget of 2.8 Million euro dedicated to research.

The 30-months project NGIatlantic.eu will push the Next Generation Internet a step further by providing cascade funding to EU-based researchers and innovators in carrying out Next Generation Internet related experiments in collaboration with US research teams.




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