The new codes will support the implementation of the Council Recommendation on the guiding principles for knowledge valorisation.
The recently adopted Horizon Europe work programme 2023-2024 contains several opportunities to fund new and innovative actions supporting the translation of scientific knowledge and research results into innovative solutions.
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How do the arts and arts institutions contribute to uptake and deployment of research results and value creation from knowledge for the benefit of society?
Research and innovation funding programmes can enhance the valorisation of research results by encouraging standardisation activities of funded projects. The EU Framework programme offers dedicated support services and training through its Horizon Standardisation Booster.
Research results and data are one of the cornerstones of better policymaking. Find out about some of the more innovative actions from European stakeholders that support the uptake of research results and data in policy.
The European Commission made a proposal for a Council Recommendation on the guiding principles for knowledge valorisation with the aim to increase social and economic value from knowledge and transforming data and research results into sustainable products and solutions.
In the European Year of Youth, a new Commission initiative aims to bring young people closer to research, innovation and knowledge valorisation and develop new skills. The Horizon Europe calls Youth 2022 initiative will allow interested Master’s students, from any discipline, to witness the evaluation and funding processes of Horizon Europe, the EU’s research and innovation funding programme.
Read about experiences from the Community of Practice in the successful co-creation process and learn from their best practices in managing intellectual assets in a smart way.
Contribute to the stakeholder consultation on the draft Code of Practice on standardisation for researchers. Provide your suggestion until 14 June 2022 on how to improve the use of standards as a knowledge valorisation channel.
A new study explores the links and complementarities between Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Open Science. Find out about the example of CERN and its approach to accelerate the uptake of knowledge and technologies from a large international science facility.
Join this unique occasion for sharing experiences and expertise, peer learning and discussions on boosting the uptake of science-based inventions and solutions for the benefit of society. With best practices proposed by stakeholders and ‘Valorisation Cafés’ for informal debates among participants, the 2022 edition is more than ever a place of exchange across the European research and innovation ecosystem.
Manifesto for EU COVID-19 Research: extended until 2023 to keep mobilising relevant research results in the fight against the pandemic
The Commission has extended the Manifesto until 1 January 2023. This voluntary initiative remains highly relevant in the fight against Covid-19
CitizensHack2022: the first Knowledge valorisation hackathon with citizens
The action develops and tests a knowledge valorisation hackathon as a way for using research results to provide innovative solutions
Stakeholder consultation on the future Guiding Principles for Knowledge Valorisation
Stakeholders confirmed the need to adapt existing guidance to a more complex research and innovation ecosystem
Promoting industry-academia knowledge exchange through co-creation teams
A study is testing the feasibility of a new Industry–Academia knowledge exchange concept focusing on companies’ needs
Standards drive innovation
Standardisation has an important role in research and innovation investment agendas as it helps pave the way for large-scale deployment of new technologies
Access to research results and IP in a public emergency
Manifesto for EU Covid-19 Research and New Approach in Horizon Europe