3 October 2014 – Room 0/S1, BU 25, Avenue de Beaulieu 25, B-1160 Brussels
The trip’s purpose was to deliver a presentation at the “European Research e-Infrastructures and Innovation Clusters” workshop, describing Agro-Know’s e-Infrastructure collaboration experience from the agINFRA project. More specifically, the presentation served as one of three “Examples of SME uses of research e-infrastructures”. The workshop’s focus was on improving collaboration between SMEs, e-Infrastructures, and Innovation Clusters and was thus organized in three relevant sessions. Below follow some of the main points made.
The European Commission encourages/desires a shift from the current “supply-driven” and “service-focused” to a more “user-driven/focused” approach.… Click to read the full post