Ministry of Education, Science and Sport – Slovenia
Up to date MIZS participated in many European projects and initiatives like ERA-NETs, INCO.NET, jPIs (joint Programme Initiatives): Among others we list some of them: SEE-ERA.NET, WBC-INCO.NET, HERA ERA-NET, ERASysBio, MATERA, MNT ERA-NET, PathoGenoMics, SAFEFOODERA, WoodWisdoom, OSIRIS, INCITE, JPI Cultural Heritage and Global Change, etc.
Ministry of Education, Science and Sport is responsible for regulating primary school education, higher education, science and sport. Sector for Science is responsible for drawing up acts and statutory instruments in the area of research activity, setting up and developing a system for comprehensive analysis and for monitoring and development of research activity, developing new instruments for the implementation of research policy objectives, cooperating with the European Union in order to ensure Slovenia's equal participation in EU development and integration processes, participating in joint European initiatives and projects, planning the appropriate amount of funding required for research activities implemented through the Slovenian Research Agency, granting the status of an association acting in the public interest to such associations in the area of research activity.
- Posted on: 02.03.2011
- Created by: Elke Dall
WBC-INCO.NET in cooperation with ETNA (European Transport Network Alliance), the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Slovenia and the University ...read more
- Posted on: 10.12.2008
- Created by: Davor Kozmus
The main objectives of this deliverable are - as agreed upon at the workshop in Bled (March 2008, see D3.14) - to develop the technical platform (online...read more
- Posted on: 07.09.2009
- Created by: Dialechti Fotopoulou
D2.12 Report on priorities defined in the second phase of consultation processes (Health, Transport, Environment)
Within Work Package 2 of the WBC-INCO.NET project, the priority setting process took place with the main aim to identify joint RTD priorities and potentials...read more