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Like learning to fly

By Esther Anaya Boig “I felt like I was flying!” an interviewee nods repeatedly, eyes wide open, reviving the moment in which she lifted both feet off the ground and the bicycle – the most efficient mechanical device designed for transport – took her swiftly down the gentle slope of the public square where she […]

InSPIRES as an EU Success Story

This summer, InSPIRES project has been spotlighted among other EU research success stories. European Commission’s official web page focussed on the consortium’s international cooperation values. This and other elements were illustrated with examples from the partners’ different challenges and lessons learned. Under the title “Science shops inspire better research and innovation”, the article summarized: “Poor […]

20 September – Join the inSPIRES webinar: Inspiring Science Shop Models

Date: 20th of September Hour: 14h (CEST time) Speaker: Helen Garrison, Project & Communications Manager at the Swedish organisation Vetenskap & Allmänhet The InSPIRES EU project is delighted to welcome you to join a new webinar on Inspiring Science Shop Models on the 20th of September at 14h (CEST time). In this webinar, Helen Garrison, Project & Communications Manager at the […]

InSPIRES Spring School success in Tunisia

Fifty participants and ten speakers from Africa and Europe animated the French speaking Spring School around Science Shops organized by the Institut Pasteur de Tunis and the Direction of Culture, Science and Society of the University of Lyon as partners of the consortium of the H2020 InSPIRES project. The InSPIRES Spring School was hold in […]

InSPIRES open call for funding participatory research projects

The InSPIRES project launches an open call for funding participatory research projects. This InSPIRES Open Call will provide financial support for the implementation of participatory research projects focused on health and environmental issues that are considered key societal challenges, giving special attention to gender parity and vulnerable groups –women, the elderly, adolescents, migrants and refugees­­­­–. […]

InSPIRES Spring School in Tunisia: “Science shops: Strengthening the Links Between Research and Society”

22-23 April 2019 – Institut Pasteur de Tunis The Institut Pasteur de Tunis and the Direction of Culture, Science and Society of the University of Lyon as partners of the consortium of the H2020 InSPIRES project, are organising a French speaking spring school around Science Shops. Its ambition is to create and strengthen links between […]

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