ERA FABRIC

What is ERA FABRIC

The ERA FABRIC project is to implement a new ERA Hubs concept across different geographies and structures in Europe, based on common compliance criteria. The process acts as an incentive for advanced ecosystems to seek recognition, and for less advanced ecosystems to reach the criteria facilitating support from European, national and regional level.

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ERA FABRIC Workshops – policies to promote a single market for the green and digital transition The primary goal of this workshop is to gather ...
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The report on EU-Wide Stakeholder Survey on the Most Recurrent Characteristics of Knowledge Ecosystems has been done. It illustrates and analyses the results of a ...
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ERA FABRIC Continues to Forge Path Towards Stronger European Knowledge Ecosystems A dynamic days of collaboration and insights, in such way ERA FABRIC can conclude ...
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We are thrilled to announce that both #ERAHubs projects: ERA FABRIC & COOPERATE have been recognized in the 1st implementation report on the New European ...
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The recent conference, “Era of Innovations: How Technologies Shape the Jobs of the Future,” offered a glimpse into the evolving landscape of work. Among the ...
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On February 2nd, 2023, Trondheim Tech Port hosted a webinar on the BioVerdi 2.0 project. The webinar was held in Norwegian, and featured presentations from ...
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    ERA FABRIC

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    Project 101094821 ERA FABRIC - HORIZON -WIDERA-2022_ERA-01

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