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Newsletter no. 16 | 18 September 2020
Dear ENRIITC Partner, 
 
Share your news with us! 
Having an active channel of communication is of paramount importance for our network. If you have any news on, for example, technical progress, participation in events or published articles, please let us know.
News from the Project
Join us for an evening in Granda!

Since we were unable to have our 1st Networking Meeting together in the beautiful city of Granada, we have decided to bring Granada to you! We have planned an exciting, virtual event on the evening of the 15th of October at 19:00 - 19:45 CEST.

A local chef from the city will be giving a short, live cooking demo of a Paella Arroz, in which you are invited to join and ask questions!  The chef will also talk a bit on the origins of tapas and show some pre-prepared tapas examples. To those who can attend, we will be sending out gift boxes containing various Spanish delicacies for you to enjoy while watching the tutorial. More information can be found here on the registration page. We look forward to seeing you there! 
Who is ENRIITC? 
ENRIITC is made up of 11 consortium partners and more than 60 associate partners, making it a very broad and diverse Network. To better understand who is involved in the Network and what collaboration opportunities are available, we will be slowly introducing our partners in this section. We have already introduced the consortium in the previous newsletters and are now presenting the Associates!

EU-OPENSCREEN ERIC


EU-OPENSCREEN ERIC, an Associate of ENRIITC, is Europe's only open access and not-for-profit research infrastructure for chemical biology. It unites European institutions specialising in high-capacity screening and medicinal chemistry into a common organisation which is accessible globally. Lead by Wolfgang Fecke, Katja Herzog and Alessandra Silvestri, their aim is to accelerate the discovery of high-quality tool compounds for unmet needs in basic research, which may also be translated into therapeutics for clinical applications or agrochemicals. Read more about the project and its leaders here!

HEPTech


The High-Energy Physics Technology Transfer (HEPTech) Network has the objective to enhance technology and knowledge transfer from fundamental research in physics to society. It is composed of institutions active in particle, astroparticle, nuclear physics and photonics. The network, lead by Tobias Engert, Martina Bauer and Eleonora Getsova, is operated by technology and knowledge transfer professionals from large scale High-Energy Physics (HEP) science projects and research facilities in Europe. Read more about the project and its leaders here!
News from the Partners

2nd BSBF Webinar: 8-9 October


The 2nd Big Science Business Forum Webinar will be held on October 8th & 9th, 2020 from 09:30 to 12:15 CET, and will focus on Big Science organisations strategic plans, 2020-21 procurements and flagship projects, with speakers from Big Science organisations. Participants are able to propose questions to each speaker in real time during a dedicated short Q&A session following each speaker's presentation. See who will be speaking, view the agenda and register via this link

Last chance to register for the ATTRACT conference


Monday, 21 September, is the last day to register to the ATTRACT Conference on Igniting the Deep Tech Revolution! The event will take place virtually on 22-23 September and will offer you multiple opportunities to understand the dynamics and contribute to the emergence of a strong European deep tech ecosystem for detection and imaging technologies. Register now here

Additive Manufacturing: challenges and oppurtunities for business models


AddLife Competence Centre, Big Science Sweden, and ÅMA Ångströms Materials Academy invite you to a seminar on the challenges and opportunities when additive manufacturing is applied to business models. Researchers from various disciplines, representatives from industrial companies, public agencies, and the health care sector are all invited to discuss how additive manufacturing can change the way we organise companies, how we understand user needs, and what regulatory aspects it will encompass. Read more about the event and register here!

CORBEL lessons and deliverables remain available


While the CORBEL project has formally ended,  the main deliverables and lessons learned remain available. The CORBEL website will be maintained and it has recently been updated to include links to downloadable deliverables from the various work packages (found via this link.

These should be of lasting benefit to the life sciences sector but also to other sectors. Examples of particular relevance to ENRIITC are the report on user engagement activities from WP2 and the industry collaboration best practice guide from WP8. There are also guideline and template documents addressing various aspects of research collaboration.

In addition to the CORBEL website the new Life Science Research Infrastructure site will highlight ongoing activities in new projects and news and events.   

Registration
Register to the Network
If you have yet to do so, please use the following link and password to access our Indico page and read the terms and conditions for the ENRIITC Data Consent Policy.

Link: https://indico.esss.lu.se/event/1367/
Password: ENRIITC

Once read, kindly click "registration" in the menu bar to the left of the text and fill in your information. Once completed, click "register" at the bottom of the form. 
As always, the ENRIITC consortium would like to thank you for being apart of our community and for your continued dedication to making this Network a success. In the midst of these trying times following the COVID-19 pandemic, the project is still very much active and that is thanks to you all. 
Upcoming Events & Deadlines
Additive Manufacturing
22 September 2020 - Virtual Conference
Big Science Sweden

ATTRACT: Igniting the Deep Tech Revolution
22-23 September 2020 - Virtual Conference
ATTRACT 

European Research & Innovation Days
22-24 September 2020 - Virtual Conference
European Commission


CLARIN Annual Conference 2020
5-7 October 2020 - Virtual Conference
CLARIN ERIC

2nd ESFRI RIs-EOSC Workshop
6-7 October 2020 - Virtual Workshop
ESFRI

1st ENRIITC Networking Event
15-16 October 2020 - Virtual Event
ENRIITC Network
 
ENRIITC is funded by the European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020, under grand agreement 871112
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