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The geography of New Working Spaces and impact on the periphery CA18214

Funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework programme of the European Union
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SHORT TERM SCIENTIFIC MISSIONS Deadline November 16, 2020

SHORT TERM SCIENTIFIC MISSIONS Deadline November 16, 2020

The COST Action aims to exchange visits which support researchers’ individual mobility, strengthen existing networks and foster collaboration. The Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs) are intended especially, but not solely, for young researchers. Info on the new call for STSTMS are avaiable in the article. Deadline November 16, 2020

 

Interview to our Science Communication Manager

Interview to our Science Communication Manager

Coworking can make the suburban and rural areas more attractive? Dear All, here an interesting article about the COST Action CA18214 'The geography of New Working Spaces' published on forskning.no (Norwegian on-line magazine). Mina Di Marino, the Science Communicaton Manager was interviewed by Nanna Baldersheim, (Communication Advisor, NMBU, Norway). In the article there is the link to the article in Norwegian and the English version.

Short Term Scientific Mission -Experience from the first grant period

Short Term Scientific Mission -Experience from the first grant period

In the first grant period, our colleagues, Chiara Tagliaro and Irene Manzini Ceinar, have been the first two COST members (WG members) in Short Term Scientific Mission. In 2020, Chiara (from Politecnico di Milano) visited Cornell University (USA), while Irene from UCL (London) visited  Politecnico di Milano. The link to their video is available in the article

The COST ACTION CA18214 'The geography of New Working Spaces and the impact on the periphery' involves 90 research partners from 30 Countries , from October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2023.

The aims of the project are as follows: i) sharing the scientific outcomes on new working spaces  such as Coworking and Maker Spaces (definitions, typologies and geographical distributions) ii) comparing the best practices and direct and indirect impacts with a particular focus on the periphery iii) sharing the policy tools across the countries.

Logo designed by Alessandra Pellarano, Silvia Caldi and Alessia Petra Epifano for COST Action CA18214

 

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