MOSAIC project is launching a call for suggestions on fair citizens' rewarding in co-creation, as part of the project's research activities. The call is open to all actors from the quadruple helix (companies, citizens, research organisations or public agencies) until 25 November 2022.
The MOSAIC project is inviting its Community of Practice cities to join the online event ‘MOSAIC Roadmap for co-creation’ on 20 October 2022 from 10:00 to 12:00 CEST. This interactive workshop will introduce the MOSAIC Roadmap for co-creation in the context of the Cities Mission.
On Tuesday 14 June MOSAIC's partners organised the first Community of Practice workshop on how to integrate the private sector in the Cities Mission. The workshop was the first in a series of activities that MOSAIC experts will organise for the Community of Practice, giving them the opportunity to learn from MOSAIC pilot and replicator cities’ experiences and help them in reaching their Cities Mission targets through inclusive co-creation processes.
If your city wants to reach climate-neutrality through inclusive co-creation processes, apply to join the MOSAIC Community of Practice and attend our first workshop on 14th June in Brussels!
CHERRIES project will hold its conference ‘Connecting Responsible Innovation Ecosystem’ on 25 May in Brussels. Douglas Robinson, MOSAIC partner from LSIS Université Gustave Eiffel, will be discussing how targeted regional policies and co-creation activities can contribute to Horizon Europe cities mission.
The European Association for the Study of Science and Technology 2022 conference will take place in Madrid this coming July - and MOSAIC will be there!
On 29 April, European citizens will be able to take the floor to present their recommendations on the climate transition directly to the European Commission representatives leading the EU Green Deal.
The European Commission has announced the 112 cities selected the lead the way in its Mission on climate-neutral and smart cities.
Citizen Science Month is a chance to gather and showcase events and opportunities where everyone is invited to participate in scientific research.
Twelve inspiring examples of soceital engagement through citizen science are presented in a new CORDIS Results Pack.