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Grants, Calls

STS Conference Graz 2020 - Call for Sessions

We invite you to submit a session proposal for the upcoming STS Conference, Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies, in Graz, held from 4 - 6 May 2020.
To this end, we suggest a number of thematic fields as a guideline to address contemporary challenges of the interplay between science, technology and society.
We would like to encourage session proposers to address one of these thematic fields.

The format of your proposed session does not need to be limited to academic paper and presentations. We encourage you to suggest interactive and innovative session formats, such as group discussions, world cafes, round tables, etc. Please specify your idea in case you plan an alternative setting by briefly describing it in your session proposal.

Please use this online form and submit your proposal by October 30, 2019.

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Bayer Digital Campus Challenge

How digital will Bayer be in 2030? Digitalization is taking place everywhere and affects all of us. If we look at Bayer, we ask ourselves how we can capitalize on the opportunities that arise from digitalization. What effects do you think all these new digital technologies will have and how will Bayer change? And how can they be leveraged in the health business?

The renowned pharmaceutical company is looking for new applications for technologies from the most diverse areas of application; from production optimization to marketing of products & security of private data.

Choose your topic: Machine & Deep Learning, Data Science, Cloud & IC or IT Security.

Deadline: 10 November 2019

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EIC Horizon Prizes

Each EIC Horizon Prize has an ambitious goal to solve a major challenge facing society, without detailing how this should be achieved or who should achieve it.

These prizes are open to anyone willing to think outside the box across sectors and disciplines. The prize is awarded to whoever best meets the challenge.

If you want to use your creativity and expertise to develop breakthrough solutions to society's challenges – have a go!

The categories are Blockchains for Social Good, Early Warning for Epidemics, Affordable High-Tech for Humanitarian Aid, Fuel from the Sun: Artificial Photosynthesis, Innovative Batteries for eVehicles and Low-Cost Space Launch.

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