Archive Information Portals

The archive contains the websites of already completed projects. The International Bureau was actively involved in the establishment, the ongoing maintenance and the expansion of these websites or was solely responsible for running them.


EU cooperation with third countries

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IncoNet Eastern Partnership

The IncoNet EaP project aimed to support the advancement of the bi-regional STI (Science, Technology, and Innovation) policy dialogue between the EU Member States/Associated Countries and the Eastern Partnership Countries, with an explicit focus on the Societal Challenges that had been identified to be of mutual interest for the two regions, namely Climate Change, Energy and Health.

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IncoNet Central Asia

The IncoNet CA project aimed to support the advancement of the bi-regional STI (Science, Technology, and Innovation) policy dialogue between the EU Member States/Associated Countries and Central Asia, with an explicit focus on the Societal Challenges that had been identified to be of mutual interest for the two regions, namely: Climate Change, Energy and Health.

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NoGAP

This project aimed to  bridge the gap between research and innovation, taking advantage of the innovation potential of SMEs based on a better cooperation with researchers, transferring and using knowledge resulting from research. The overall objective of NoGAP was to reinforce cooperation with the Eastern Partnership countries in the field of secure, clean and efficient energy.

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EU-Russia Year of Science

The EU-Russia Year of Science 2014 was a joint initiative of the European Commission and the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. It presented a wide range of events across the EU and Russia in order to highlight the achievements and the potential of the rich science and research cooperation between Russia and Europe.

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BILAT-RUS-Advanced

BILAT-RUS-Advanced was an EU-funded project that aimed to strengthen scientific and technological cooperation between the Russian Federation and EU Member States, accession candidates and associated countries. The website offers information about the project’s activities and was updated continuously over the lifespan of the project.

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BILAT-UKR*AINA

The EU funded project BILAT-UKR*AINA aimed to help intensify scientific and technological cooperation between Ukraine and the EU Member States. It was designed to contribute to the realisation of a common area of research, education and culture.Project activities and events were presented on the project website.

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S&T Gate UKR.EU

The web portal 'S&T Gate UKR.EU' aimed to contribute to identify and analyse the potential of EU-Ukraine S&T cooperation. The platform addressed researchers, developers and scientists who were interested in carrying out cross-border research projects. S&T Gate UKR.EU was also aimed at decision-makers in politics and the private sector. It offered not only background information, but also current news, events and calls.

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ERAfrica

ERAfrica was an EU project aimed at promoting a unified European approach to collaborating with Africa in the field of science and technology research for innovation and sustainable development.

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ACCESS4EU

The Access4EU projects aimed to inform European scientists about funding opportunities under the national programmes of 11 non-EU countries. As the EU's Research Framework Programmes are generally open to third countries, in turn, the EU's agreements on scientific and technological cooperation with third countries require these countries to open their national programmes to EU researchers. Central element of the web portal was a programme database, which was continually maintained and updated. The web portal was also an access point to the indivual project websites of the 11 participating countries.

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other websites


Förderinitiative Berufsbildungsexport

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Auf der ganzen Welt werden Bildung und Wissen als Motor für Innovationen, wirtschaftliches Wachstum und Wohlstand anerkannt. Viele Länder sind aber innerhalb ihrer eigenen Bildungssysteme bisher nicht in der Lage, den bestehenden und noch wachsenden Qualifizierungsbedarf auf hohem Niveau zu decken. Mit der Förderinitiative Berufsbildungsexport unterstützte das BMBF deutsche Aus- und Weiterbildungsanbieter dabei, diesen dynamisch wachsenden internationalen Markt zu erschließen.

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Ascot

(only in German)

Hinter diesem Namen stand eine im Jahr 2011 gestartete Forschungsinitiative des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF). Sie orientierte sich an dem Ziel, am Arbeitsmarkt verwertbare Handlungskompetenzen zu messen, die für die Ausübung einer qualitativ hochwertigen beruflichen Tätigkeit in einer sich wandelnden Arbeitswelt notwendig sind.

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