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Uploaded On: 14/11/2022

Lithium is an essential ingredient of batteries, and a secure supply will be vital for the UK’s automotive and energy industries. Moreover, critical minerals are also fundamental in a range of critical technologies, including mobile phones, wind turbines, and fighter jets. Critical minerals are at significant risk of supply disruption due to volatile markets and complex supply chains, with the demand for critical minerals forecasted to quadruple globally by 2024. As a result, the UK needs to ...

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Uploaded On: 14/11/2022

The European Union and the Kingdom of Morocco have consolidated their cooperation on protecting the environment, conserving biodiversity and fighting climate change with the launch of the EU-Morocco Green Partnership. This is the first Green Partnership the EU signs with a partner country. It aims to advance the external dimension of the European Green Deal through action on the ground. Work will be developed across three main thematic axes: climate and energy; the environment including marine ...

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Uploaded On: 14/11/2022

CREACT4MED is a project funded by the EU through the EuropeAid Programme, which aims to strengthen businesses with the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs). It seeks to support entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs, create jobs, and foster sustainable economic growth in the Southern Mediterranean, with a particular focus on young people and women. CREATE4MED.JPG Read their latest newsletter here or visit the below link for futher information. Information, image and video source...

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Uploaded On: 08/11/2022

The International Week of Science and Peace was first observed during 1986 as part of the observance of the International Year of Peace. The organization of events and activities for the week was undertaken as a non-governmental initiative; the secretariat for the International Year of Peace was informed of the preparatory activities and the final summary of events that occurred during the week. The organizers sought to encourage the broadest possible international participation in the ...

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Uploaded On: 07/11/2022

The European Commission published a Strategic Research and Innovation Plan (SRIP) to accelerate the shift to safe and sustainable chemicals and materials. In order to boost the protection of people and the planet against hazardous substances, the SRIP highlights crucial research and innovation needs for this transition and guides funders in their investments. In addition to listing the research and innovation needs for the whole life cycle of such chemicals and materials, SRIP also ...

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Uploaded On: 04/11/2022

For this year’s ongoing research on breast cancer we met up with a medical laboratory scientist, and team leader at the laboratory of Molecular Pathology & Genetics, Pathology Department (Mater Dei Hospital), Dr. Jeanesse Scerri, who obtained her PhD at the University of Malta in 2019. For the past eight years she specialised in personalised cancer medicine and she has collaborated with international cancer research groups and also a member of the EU4Health Action Grant: CAN.HEAL...

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Uploaded On: 31/10/2022

World Cities Day brings Urban October to an end on 31 October each year and was first celebrated in 2014. As with World Habitat Day, a global observance is held in a different city each year and the day focuses on a specific theme. This year’s global observance is planned in Shanghai, China under the theme "Act Local to Go Global." We want to bring different partners and diverse stakeholders together to share their experiences and approaches to local action, what local action worked and ...

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Uploaded On: 26/10/2022

After facing the hottest and driest summer in 500 years across Europe and other parts of the world, the Old Continent has seen images unthinkable until recently. Climate change is evident and is showing its worst face on both shores of the Mediterranean and in many other parts of the world. Its effects were already felt in the daily lives of the entire population, especially in economic sectors such as agriculture, which is the leading consumer of water. Due to climate change and resulting ...

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Uploaded On: 25/10/2022

After 2 years of intense and fruitful collaboration to support better governance of innovation policies by bridging the transnational governance frameworks active in the Mediterranean area with regional and national policymaking, it is now time to draw some conclusions and prepare for the future.BLUE BIO MED has been an extremely rich and inspiring journey involving a wide range of Mediterranean Blue Bioeconomy stakeholders, beyond the project's core partnership. It has ...

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Uploaded On: 21/10/2022

You have missed the CETPartnership Online Info Session? We are happy to share with you the recording of this session. Information and video source...

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