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FINAL SHOWCASING EVENT 2017 : INDIGO Projects - Breaking grounds in research and innovation through Indo-European partnerships
26 Apr 2017
Universiteit Ghent, Belgium

The event presented final results of the projects INDIGO POLICY & INNO INDIGO (2013-2017). Furthermore, the conference included discussions with a panel of high profile European and Indian experts in the field of ScienceTechnology and Innovation. The event aimed at participation of stakeholders from policy & programme management level, who are involved in EU-India Science, Technology and Innovation cooperation.

The event had two primary aims and was split into two consecutive sessions:

1. The first session focused on the achievements of INNO INDIGO & INDIGO POLICY as instruments for the enhancement of multilateral EU-India STI cooperation since 2013. The projects showcased some of their key achievements and how they contributed to develop Indo-European STI cooperation.

2. The second session discussed Indo-European STI cooperation in the broader context of international STI cooperation. Experts from both India and the EU discussed the following questions in a panel discussion and shared their views on strategic ways to move forward: What are the specific benefits of this cooperation for India and the EU compared to other partners/regions of the world? Where are our current strengths and where can untapped potential be found? What are obstacles and how can these be overcome?

Further details on the programme are available as a DOWNLOAD:
Agenda of Final Showcasing Event

The event was streamed partially via Facebook! For more details please check: www.facebook.com/IndigoProjects

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