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Technology Platforms Workshop 2014 © HSE

Technology Platforms Workshop 2014 

Development of Cooperation between Russian and European Technology Platforms

Technology platforms are a relatively new STI policy tool. After their successful implementation in Europe in the early 2000s they were also adopted in Russia. On 20 May prospects for cooperation between Russian and European technology platforms were discussed at the Higher School of Economics under the aegis of the EU-Russia Year of Science 2014 in the frame of the BILAT-RUS Advanced project. more (URL:

Enhancing the bilateral S&T Partnership with the Russian Federation

  • About the Project

    Russia, as the EU’s largest direct neighbouring country and as a global player on the political and economic stage is in many respects considered as one of the main strategic international partners of the EU. Russia has also been the most successful non-associated third country in the recent Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development. The BILAT-RUS-Advance project focuses on enhancing the bilateral science, technology and innovation (STI) partnership between the Russian Federation and the EU Member States/Associated Countries.
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  • Partners

    The BILAT-RUS-Advanced consortium comprises 16 prominent partners: 7 from EU member states and 9 from Russia. BILAT-RUS Advanced is being coordinated by the Project Management Agency at German Aerospace Center (DLR).
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  • Dr. Jörn Grünewald

    • Project Management Agency c/o German Aerospace Center, European and International Cooperation
    • Heinrich-Konen-Str. 1
    • D-53227 Bonn
    • Telephone: +49 228 3821 1457
    • Fax: +49 228 3821 1400
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