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The mission of the Chile-European Union Liaison Office is to support and enhance the Chilean participation in the EU’s Framework Programme. The Liaison Office is the focal point for the EU-Chile S&T Cooperation Agreement signed in 2002, and settled in the Department of International Relations in CONICYT.

 

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EU embassies meet to analyse Chile-EU cooperation in STI

The CEST+I project held a meeting on April 9 with ambassadors and delegates from European embassies in Chile to exchange views about the past and future science, technology and innovation cooperation between the EU and Chile.

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Closing ENSOCIO-LAC wokshop in Berlin

The partners of ENSOCIO-LAC, a consortium to establish a sustainable and integrated research and innovation cooperation between the EU and Latin American countries in the environmental field, held the project closing workshop in Berlin on March 26-27.

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CEST+I project invites expressions of interest for support for working visits in Europe and Chile

In the framework of the CEST+I (Chile-EU Science, Technology and Innovation Initiative) project, the National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT) and the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), are pleased to invite for second consecutive year, expressions of interest to apply for support for working visits in Europe and Chile aimed at elaborating project proposals for the European research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020.

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Nueva guía para investigadores en Chile sobre como participar en H2020

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El proyecto CEST+I publicó una nueva guía para investigadores e instituciones en Chile sobre como postular a Horizonte 2020 (H2020), el programa de la Unión Europea (UE) que cuenta con cerca de 80 billones de euros para fomentar la investigación e innovación en el período 2014-2020, y que está abierto para la participación de países de todo el mundo, incluido Chile.

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Universidades en Chile se informan sobre H2020

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Piero Venturi, Jefe de la Sección Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación de la Delegación Unión Europea en Brasil. Crédito: Universidad de Santiago.El proyecto CEST+I participó en una jornada informativa sobre Horizonte 2020 (H2020) para dar a conocer a las autoridades e investigadores de las universidades del Consejo de Rectores de las Universidades Chilenas (CRUCH) el nuevo programa marco europeo para la investigación e innovación y cómo participar desde Chile.

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Primer llamado ERANET-LAC sobre investigación conjunta recibe alto número de postulaciones de Chile

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El 27 de noviembre culminó el período para enviar propuestas al primer llamado ERANET-LAC sobre investigación conjunta con 90 postulaciones recibidas. Más de la mitad de las postulaciones (55) cuentan con la participación de grupos de investigación de Chile.

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About CEST+I

The CEST+I (Chile-European Union STI Initiative) project is financed by the European Union -through its Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)-  and the National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research of the Chilean Government (CONICYT). The purpose of this project is to support the enhancement of science, technology and innovation cooperation between the European Union, member states, associated countries and Chile.

Contact Details

European Union Programme

International Cooperation Programme (PCI)

CONICYT - National Commision For Scientific and Technological Research

Moneda 1375, 7th Floor

Santiago

Chile

Tel: (56-2) 2365.4421
Fax (56-2) 2655.1396
e-mail: europa@conicyt.cl

Disclaimer

This web site was developed with funds of the European Union under the scope of the CEST+ I project (Grant Agreement 311974) of the Capacities programme under the Seventh Framework Programme. The content of the web site is the sole responsibility of CONICYT and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.