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UE: Intrari noi - Octombrie 2012

Acţiunile Marie Curie sunt granturi europene de cercetare disponibile cercetătorilor de orice vârstă, sex sau naţionalitate. Pe lângă burse generoase, cercetătorii au posibilitatea de a dobândi experienţă peste hotare şi în domeniul sectorului privat, precum şi de a urma cursuri pentru dobândirea de noi competenţe sau studierea de noi discipline care le pot fi utile în carieră. 

Marie Curie actions
Marie Curie Actions : Where innovative science becomes success ; European Commission . ─ Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2012
69 p. ; fot.
ISBN: 978-92-79-24951-8

I- 1246810

This book profiles some of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie projects financed under the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development and Demonstration (FP6). During the training period (2003-2012), funding was provided for almost 14,500 fellows coming from 121 Countries. The 30 projects showcased in this publication demonstrate, what the whole MSCA world – research fellows, project coordinators and participants, organisations, mentors - was able to achieve at the beginning of this century by investing in research and innovation. The European Union’s next framework programme for research and innovation, Horizon 2020, will build on the experience gathered so far, helping Europe’s brightest and most creative minds extend the frontiers of knowledge by strengthening activities. Marie Skłodowska-Curie researchers all have extraordinary stories to tell. We hope the successes illustrated here will inspire others to follow in their footsteps 

From face to face : Portraits of Marie Curie Fellows ; European Commission . ─ Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2012. - 103 p. ; il.
ISBN: 978-92-79-23909-0

327.7   F-94    II 699293

This book presents a collection of 41 researcher portraits. The faces and stories belong to Fellows who received a grant thanks to the Marie Curie Actions under the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technology Development (EPE). These researchers, although representing less than 1% of all the researchers funded under FF6, provide examples of how the fellows benefit from the Marie Curie Actions, and in particular the extent to which the grant they received affected their professional and personal life. They are small in number, but their diversity provides an idea of the programmes complexity. The portraits are preceded by a short introduction, which provides some key data on the fellows and organisations that participated during the entire length of the programme

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