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Double investment in Research, Innovation and Education

13 European Universities Associations ask to double the budget for Research, Innovation and Education in the next Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF).

The Joint Statement is being done in collaboration with CESAER, CLUSTER, Coïmbra Group, EARMA, EASSH, ECIU, EUA, The Guild, IDEA League, LERU, SEFI, UNICA and YERUN.

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Published: March 21, 2018 | By: YERUN Office

  • Minds meet in Brunel to figure out key questions on Artificial Intelligence

    Researchers from across Europe met at Brunel to nail the key questions to help society prepare for the explosion of big data and artificial intelligence. Ready or not, a ‘big data tsunami’ is altering probably every aspect of life, and it is up to academics to help businesses, communities and individuals learn to surf it.

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    Published: May 24, 2018 | By: YERUN Office

    Young Universities for the Future of Europe

    Maastricht University forms the European University Alliance with 6 young Universities across Europe as a part of the European Universities initiative, first outlined by French President Emmanuel Macron in 2017.

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    Published: May 23, 2018 | By: YERUN Office

    DCU and Talent Garden announce groundbreaking Innovation Partnership

    Talent Garden and DCU establish the first European Coworking -University strategic partnership in Dublin to service the needs of global tech leaders. Europe’s largest co-working network, Talent Garden, will launch a new hub for digital innovation, in partnership with Dublin City University this autumn. This will be the first collaboration of its kind in Europe.

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    Published: May 16, 2018 | By: YERUN Office

    YERUN publishes Guidelines on developing Joint Programmes

    Based on the experience gathered developing Joint Programmes in the last years, YERUN has compiled the information, methodology and necessary steps to make the process of developing a Joint Programme a success. YERUN members are pleased to share their experience with other stakeholders willing to increase their collaboration in their educational strategies with other partners. We hope our experience continues to build on the existing materials and paves the way for more European educational programmes. Check our guidelines here!! YERUN Guidelines on Joint Programmes Bachelor & Master (full version)

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    Published: May 14, 2018 | By: YERUN Office

    UEF commitment towards Climate Change

    Docent Tero Mustonen, PhD, from the Department of Geographical and Historical Studies of the University of Eastern Finland, has been appointed as the Lead Author of a chapter in the upcoming Sixth Assessment Report by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, IPCC. Mustonen is responsible for a chapter on Europe in the Working Group II that focuses on adaptation, impact and vulnerability in the context of climate change.

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    Published: May 8, 2018 | By: YERUN Office

    Professor Elvira Fortunato (NOVA) receives ERC advanced grant for the second time

    Professor Elvira Fortunato, Vice-Rector of NOVA, receives maximum amount ERC advanced grant for the first time awarded to Portugal. The funding is destined to the installation of the Advanced Nanocaracterization laboratory.

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    Published: May 8, 2018 | By: YERUN Office

    YERUN Sports Days 2018

    The YERUN Sport Days were organized from Wednesday 25 to Friday 27 April 2018 during the PCU Games at the University of Antwerp. The program included a workshop for professionals on Wednesday, a Yerun dinner for students and professionals on Thursday evening and the complete sports and event program from Wednesday to Friday of the PCU Games for student teams. The Sport Days are part of a YERUN initiative to facilitate that students from member institutions participate in collaborative activities.

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    Published: May 7, 2018 | By: YERUN Office

    Berries open up new avenues for cancer treatment

    Naturally occurring pigments in berries, also known as anthocyanins, increase the function of the sirtuin 6 enzyme in cancer cells, a new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows. The regulation of this enzyme could open up new avenues for cancer treatment. The findings were published in Scientific Reports.

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    Published: May 4, 2018 | By: YERUN Office
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