The second edition of The Project Repository Journal is now live and freely available to download and read here.
With a special feature on Gender Equality, containing editorial and project articles from the likes of WES (Women’s Engineering Institute), EIGE (European Institute for Gender Equality) and a select number of EU funded projects, we are delighted with the finished results and hope our readers find it both informative and thought provoking in the same breath. Go straight to the Gender Equality feature here.
Please make sure you also read all the dissemination articles from all the wonderful and potentially ground breaking projects we have worked with in this issue and get in touch with the EDMA if you require further information about any of our contributors.
We would also like to thank WES and Autism Europe for their support as members of the PRJ editorial board and an additional thank you to Labs Explorer with whom EDMA work in association with.
Featured in this issue:
An overview by PRJ Editorial board member Autism Europe of the fantastic work they do and an insight into some of the EU projects it is involved with.
In this article Labs Explorer discusses some of the digital methods in which labs and projects can engage in science communication.
Commission to invest €11 billion in new solutions for societal challenges and drive innovation-led sustainable growth
The European Commission explains how it will spend the remaining €11 billion of H2020 funding in the final year of the programme.
In this article the European Commission outline the ideas behind SRIA for the Black Sea into some of the EU projects it is involved with.
PRJ Editorial board member WES, celebrating their centenary this year, gives a compelling overview of its history, activities and thoughts for change to positively impact and achieve more women working in the engineering sector.
The European Commission looks at the new EU project GENDERACTION
In this article the European Commission addresses gender issues in Horizon 2020.
In this article TCGEL gives a glimpse of their centre and highlights some of the amazing EU funded projects being co-ordinated there.
The European Commission highlights the 4 winners of this year’s awards which was held in May 2019 at the VivaTech conference in Paris.