The third edition of The Project Repository Journal is now live and freely available to download and read here.

This edition features fantastic EU funded projects and editorial content covering subjects ranging from archaeology and transport to women engineers and digital health.
Many thanks once again to WES (Women’s Engineering Society) and a warm welcome to LabsExplorer who are now part of the editorial board.

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.

The many reasons to shed light on infrastructures in science

Labs Explorer discusses research infrastructures (RI) highlight the importance of strategic competition and stakeholder engagement.

Women engineers see signs of a positive future

As WES approaches the end of its centenary year senior female engineers share their thoughts on what the future holds for women in the industry. Amongst others are a leading global high-ranking engineer Dr Anne Stevens and Professor Karen Holdford CBE and Vice-Chancellor of Cardiff University.

New Competition for ERC Public Engagement with Research Award Launched

The ERC are recognising projects who communicate their research to audiences outside of their domain with this new award scheme.

New Opportunities for Singaporean Top Talent to join European Research Council Teams in Europe

Professor Eveline Crone New ERC Vice-President

This exciting new appointment takes effect from January 2020. Professor Crone will head up ERC activities in Social Sciences and Humanities.

EIC pilot: €210 million awarded to 108 innovative projects to help them access the market faster

New Tool to track plastic pollution in the Mediterranean Sea

Scientists from the JRC and University of Cadiz have developed a new tool for tracking the movements of litter in the Mediterranean Sea, a region with one of the highest concentrations of floating plastics in the world.

Commission announces winners of the Horizon Impact Award 2019

EU funded scientist among Nobel Prize winners in Physiology or Medicine

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