01/07/2020

"How to Bridge Research and Innovation" Webinar: Recordings and Presentations

Categories: News | EURAXESS China News

Tags: Innovation | Webinar | EIT


Researchers are innovators – they are constantly trying to discover new things, develop new methods and push the boundaries of what is known – yet it can sometimes be difficult to take the step from academic pursuits to entrepreneurship. With this in mind, in the afternoon of 24 June, EURAXESS China held a webinar titled "How to Bridge Research and Innovation" with the aim of helping European and Chinese researchers identify funding opportunities and supporting tools to valorise their research work.

The webinar was organised with the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) and the Association of Chinese-European Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ACEIE) to offer an overview of some of the funding opportunities and support instruments that exist in Europe and China for researchers that want to accelerate their research into market ready businesses.

Below you can find the recordings and the presentation slides of the four speakers:

Presentation 1

Halldor Berg, EURAXESS China

A taste of what the European Union has to offer for innovators

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Taste of what the European Union has to offer for innovators (2.16 MB)

Presentation 2

Mary Ritter, EIT

The EIT Community, Global Outreach Programme and EIT Hub China

For People in China Watch on YouKu

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The EIT Community, Global Outreach Programme and EIT Hub China (2.11 MB)

 

Presentation 3

Zhiwei Song, ACEIE

Association of Chinese-European Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ACEIE)

For People in China Watch on YouKu

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Introduction to ACEIE (1.88 MB)

Presentation 4

Anna Facchinetti, EURAXESS China

Overview of innovation support tools available for researchers in the most innovative Member States

For People in China Watch on YouKu

Download the presentation slides:

Overview of Some Member State-funded Innovation Support Tools for Researchers (955.74 KB)