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 at glance

Leader: ART-ER-SOCIETA CONSORTILE PER AZIONI

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On June 11th, ERA Fabric hosted a groundbreaking workshop as part of the Fostering inter-regional connections between innovation ecosystems across the EU. The discussions were ...
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We are pleased to announce that pre-registration is now open for our upcoming session, “How Knowledge Ecosystems Can Enhance a Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Development of ...
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We are delighted to announce that the ERA_FABRIC team participated in the Lower Austrian Researchers’ Night, which took place on May 24th. It was a ...
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We invite you to our second workshop aimed at defining policies to enhance the European Research Area (ERA). The workshop will be a collaborative effort ...
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ERA_FABRIC was present during the #MazoviaBusinessSupportInstitutionsForum on May 20th, 2024. It was the first on-site meeting after a long break organised by Urząd Marszałkowski Województwa ...
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At ERA FABRIC, we are committed to fostering a single market that supports green and digital transitions. Through our workshops and collaborations, we identified the ...
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    ERA FABRIC

    Project partners

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

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