European Research Alliance: Empowered Together

Unite!Widening project

Unite!Widening enhances scientific excellence and maximizes knowledge impact by fostering extensive collaboration across  European universities and partners from diverse regions.

What is Unite!Widening about?

Unlocking New Horizons: Delving into Expansion

The project has been conceived to be a complementary project under the umbrella of the European University Alliance Unite! and aims to further raise excellence in science and in knowledge valorisation of Alliance universities through increased and interwoven cooperation with Universities from Widening and non-Widening countries.

Latest news from Unite!Widening

EU Mission Adaptation to climate change workshop held at Wroclaw Tech – Report from the workshop

On June 18th , Wroclaw Tech hosted the event “EU Mission Adaptation to Climate Change Workshop”, as the third part of Unite!Widening conference project. The event aimed to establish strategic research priorities specifically for Widening countries, which seek to increase their involvement in research and development activities , connected with EU Mission Adaptation to Climate Change programs.

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EU Mission Adaptation to Climate change Workshop

You’re warmly welcomed to be part of the EU Mission’s Unite!Widening Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation. The aim of the event is to present the participation possibilities in the EU Mission Adaptation to Climate Change programs and calls.
The workshop will enable to exchange knowledge and formulate strategic research priorities for the Widening countries, with particular focus on top research priorities for Poland and Portugal.

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Unite! stands for the future of Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities

On May 17th, Politecnico di Torino hosted in its historical venue, Castello del Valentino, the Unite!Widening workshop: “Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities European EU Mission” . The event was conceived in the framework of the “Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities” Horizon EU Mission, which aims to reach 100 climate-neutral and smart cities by 2030. The ultimate goal is for these cities to turn into experimentation and innovation hubs leading all European cities to become climate neutral by 2050.

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