Dr Miltos Ladikas in the Centre for Professional Ethics is a partner in a new European Commission-funded international project through Framework 7. BILAT SILK will raise the European Union’s science and technology profile in China through a series of promotional activities to disseminate the EU’s research policies and actions among Chinese scientists and research institutions. Strategic partnerships between EU countries and China will be promoted through collaboration schemes and the identification of new activities.
BILAT SILK will identify and demonstrate mutual interest and benefit in co-operation between the EU and China, sharing best practices via workshops and presenting the state of the art and the prospects for cooperation in particular fields. Furthermore BILAT SILK will analyze state-of-the-art methodologies and practices used in current European and Chinese Technology Assessment (TA) as science and technology policy advice, to identify common themes and practices and provide a comprehensive list of TA organisations.
Swedish Governmental Agency For Innovation Systems (Co-ordinator)
University of Central Lancashire / Centre for Professional Ethics
China Science and Technology Exchange Center / China- European Union Science and Technology Cooperation Promotion Office
Foundation of Research & Technology Hellas
Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europe
This project is funded by the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme.
Du Heting, China Science and Technology Exchange Center / China- European Union Science and Technology Cooperation Promotion Office (CECO), China; Michele Genovese, (Directorate General Research, European Commission; Nondas Christofilopoulos, Foundation of Research & Technology Hellas (FORTH), Greece; Miltos Ladikas, University of Central Lancashire/ Centre for Professional Ethics (UCLan), UK; Bengt Nilson, Swedish Governmental Agency For Innovation Systems (VINNOVA), Sweden; Sylvia Serger (VINNOVA); Zhang Jianguo (CECO); Gunnar Sandberg (VINNOVA); Diassina Maggio, Agenzia per la Promozione della Ricerca Europe (APRE), Italy.
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