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We are a community of non-university researchers, practitioners, and experts working for an innovative, sustainable and social Europe. We give impetus, encourage and support projects in Europe in school, vocational training, and community development, especially in the fields of digitalization, sustainability, culture, health, and migration. We support our partners in the development, monitoring, and formative-summative evaluation of innovation and research projects.
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European Bioplastics, the association representing the interests of the thriving bioplastics industry in Europe. We encourage you to have a look around on our website, learn more about the opportunities and benefits of bioplastics and their contributions to a resource efficient and sustainable future, and discover what makes our industry grow at a rate of more than 20 percent per year. We at European Bioplastics are committed to driving the evolution of plastics by raising awareness across all relevant stakeholder groups about the benefits of bioplastics in reducing our dependency on fossil resources, reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions, and using renewable resources more efficiently. European Bioplastics is uniquely placed in the industry with an extensive network of businesses, partners, and experts in the bioplastics sector across Europe and beyond. Our annual European Bioplastics Conference is the leading business and networking event for the entire industry. Feel free to contact us, if you would like additional information on bioplastics materials, applications, innovations, and business opportunities. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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As the umbrella and national association, the DSLV represents the interests of the 3,000 leading German forwarding and logistics companies across all modes of transport through 16 regional state associations. With a total of 595,000 employees and an annual industry turnover of 114 billion euros, they are an essential part of Germany's third-largest industry (as of July 2021). The membership structure of the DSLV ranges from globally operating logistics groups, 4PL and 3PL providers to larger, owner-operated freight forwarding companies (SMEs) with their own truck fleets as well as charterers of inland vessels and railways to sea, air freight, customs and warehouse specialists. DSLV is the political mouthpiece as well as the central contact for the federal government, for the institutions of the Bundestag and Bundesrat as well as for all relevant federal ministries and authorities in the legislative and law implementation process as far as logistics and freight transport are concerned. 
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The European Compost Network (ECN) is a European non-profit membership organisation promoting sustainable recycling practices in composting, anaerobic digestion and other biological treatment processes of organic resources.ECN represents 65 members from 27 European Countries. Members include all European bio-waste organisations and their operating plants producing bio-based products (organic fertilisers, soil improvers, growing media and, biodegradable plastics).Via the member organisations, ECN represents more than 4500 experts and plant operators with more than 48 million tonnes of biological waste treatment capacity.
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The Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS) is an independent, international, publicly funded research institute. It focuses on foundational and socially relevant academic research on Eastern Europe and shares the results with policymakers, the media, and the broader public.
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The Leibniz IPHT pursues the vision of using light to find solutions to questions and urgent problems in the areas of health, the environment, medicine and safety to make life safer, healthier and cleaner. This vision can be succinctly summarised by the slogan “Photonics for Life”. The Leibniz IPHT explores photonic and biophotonic processes and systems for issues and applications in medicine as well as life and environmental sciences and pharmacy. This research takes place in the three programme areas of Biophotonics, Fiber Optics and Photonic Detection based on key photonic technologies and other enabling technologies. The application-oriented area of Biophotonics is the connecting link for all research activities at the institute and aligns this focus of research towards optical health technologies. The institute’s mission is focussed on exploring and translating biophotonic methods and technologies, whose resolution, sensitivity, specificity, speed, accuracy and automation advance into new dimensions. This lays the foundation for faster and more precise medical diagnostics, for new therapies, for safer medications, for a new quality of food and environmental analysis as well as for innovative safety technology. The Leibniz IPHT is focussed on ensuring that its research activities are used in the public interest and for the benefit of society and it therefore actively promotes technology as well as knowledge transfer across the board. The institute, together with its partners, maps the entire process from the basic technological research through to the translation to customised solutions for various applications in line with the motto “From Ideas to Instruments”. The translation of the knowledge gained for the benefit of users is a fixed part of the institute’s mission. In both its research and transfer activities, the Leibniz IPHT utilises research infrastructure, recognised as “outstanding” by the German Council of Science, which it manages independently as well as together with partners, or makes available to partners, and ensures that it is kept up to date.  
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DERlab is an association of leading laboratories and research institutes in the field of distributed energy resources equipment and systems, developing joint requirements and quality criteria for the connection and operation of distributed energy resources (DER) and supporting consistent development of DER technologies. DERlab offers testing and consulting services for distributed generation (DG) to support the transition towards more decentralised power ;
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CDSB is an international consortium of business and environmental NGOs. We are committed to advancing and aligning the global mainstream corporate reporting model to equate natural capital with financial capital. We do this by offering companies a framework for reporting environmental information with the same rigour as financial information. In turn, this helps them to provide investors with decision-useful environmental information via the mainstream corporate report, enhancing the efficient allocation of capital. Regulators also benefit from compliance-ready materials. Recognising that information about natural capital and financial capital is equally essential for an understanding of corporate performance, our work builds the trust and transparency needed to foster resilient capital markets. Collectively, we aim to contribute to more sustainable economic, social and environmental systems. For more information, visit or follow Climate Disclosure Standards Board on LinkedIn and Twitter 
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IMI’s EBiSC project has established a centralised, not-for-profit human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) bank providing researchers across academia and industry with access to scalable, cost-efficient and consistent, high quality iPSCs for use in research and medicines development. Since its creation in 2014, the bank has grown considerably and now provides a large range of iPSC lines and services to academics, non-profit organisations and companies. Projects generating iPSCs can also make their cell lines sustainable by depositing them in the EBiSC catalogue, ensuring secure long-term storage and simplified access and distribution. The new EBiSC2 project builds on the achievements of the original EBiSC project, including improving its services and providing new iPSC lines and differentiated cell products.
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The ESPR aims to promote paediatric research in Europe and encourage collaboration between different specialised fields of paediatrics to maintain paediatrics as a unified, scientifically orientated discipline.One of the ways ESPR achieves these goals is by organising its own annual congress and co-organising others. These prestigious paediatric meetings attract thousands of experts in all fields of paediatrics, providing them with networking opportunities and exposure to the latest available research, treatments and patient care.
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Science on Stage Europe is a network for science teachers focusing on the exchange of best practice teaching ideas. The ultimate goal is to improve STEM teaching by supporting educators in their professional development and growth. By spreading innovative STEM teaching concepts among Europe’s science teachers we enable more students to gain the affordable skills they need for a challenging future and encourage them to consider a career in science, ICT or engineering.Since its launch in 2000, Science on Stage has reached about 100,000 teachers and teacher trainers in over 30 countries. A network of National Steering Committees in these countries provides the interface to their national STEM teacher communities. Moreover non-European countries have the possibility to join the network as 'Associate Members', spreading best practice STEM teaching ideas around the ;Science on Stage Europe is the umbrella organisation that supports its member countries with the realisation of their activities and helps with coordination of the national festivals. The broadening of the network, the acquisition of new members and various administrative tasks are carried out by the headquarters in Berlin.
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  Science on Stage - The European Network for Science Teachers …is a network of and for STEM teachers of all school levels. …provides a European platform for the exchange of teaching ideas. …highlights the importance of science and technology in schools and among the public. ...offers teacher trainings, teachers exchanges and national and international STEM festivals. The ultimate goal is to improve STEM teaching by supporting educators in their professional development and growth. By spreading innovative STEM teaching concepts among Europe’s science teachers we enable more students to gain the affordable skills they need for a challenging future and encourage them to consider a career in science, ICT or engineering. Science on Stage Europe is the umbrella organisation that supports over 30 member countries with the realisation of their activities and helps with coordination of the national.
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The Association of European Border Regions (AEBR) is a Europe-wide organisation representing border and cross-border (CB) regions with the aim to highlight their particular problems, opportunities, tasks and projects, and make them understandable and visible. It represents their overall interests towards national and international authorities and institutions. Initiates, supports and coordinates their co-operation throughout Europe, promotes the exchange of experiences and information to formulate and coordinate common interests from the various problems and opportunities of border regions, and offer solutions. It also promotes cross-border cooperation (CBC) structures, projects and programmes. It assists in the identification, preparation and implementation of CBC events and other activities. AEBR has its official headquarters in Gronau (Westphalia), in the facilities of Euregio (DE/NL). A projects' office is operational in Berlin, at the facilities of WeWork near  Hackescher Markt. An AEBR antenna is operational at .the Office of Extremadura in Brussels, and there are AEBR Info Centres in Belgrade (Serbia) and Kharkiv (Ukraine).
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Sustainability Initiative of the German Chemical Industry
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The CSSB devotes itself to infection biology and medicine by utilizing structural and molecular biology methods and imaging techniques in conjunction with systems biology approaches. Our purpose is to unravel the underlying mechanisms of important pathogenic processes in order to discover more effective treatment options against bacterial and viral pathogens. To achieve this goal, CSSB uses the world-class research infrastructures on the DESY campus. CSSB is a joint initiative of ten research partners from Northern Germany, including three universities and six research institutes. We endeavor to become a leading international research centre in the city of Hamburg.
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Environmental Action Germany is an officially approved charitable organization that works in the fields of environmental and consumer protection. It has been awarded the DZI Seal-of-Approval. Testamentary donations are exempt from estate, inheritance and gift taxes in Germany.
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The Renewables Grid Initiative is a unique collaboration of environmental NGOs and transmission system operators from across Europe. We promote transparent, environmentally sensitive grid development to enable the further steady growth of renewable energy and the energy transition.
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The ECI Campaign is an organization exclusively working for the successful introduction and implementation of the European Citizens
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Professional Congress Organiser - INTERPLAN specialises in organising small to large sized medical conferences and associated exhibitions. The Company is based in Munich with Offices in Hamburg, Leipzig and Berlin. Over the years Interplan has gained valuable expertise in the field of medical conference organising.
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The Academy of European Law (ERA) enables judges, lawyers in private practice, business and public administration, academics and others who encounter legal issues in their work to gain a wider and deeper knowledge of the diverse aspects of European law. Through conferences, seminars, study visits, language courses, training projects and publications, it serves as an interface between the European legal profession and the decision-making centres of Brussels, Luxembourg and Strasbourg.
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The CSCP is an international non-profit organisation, born from the collaboration between the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy. The Centre contributes to the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation, signed at the UN World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, to promote sustainable patterns of consumption and production (SCP).This support includes testing, implementation and monitoring of concrete projects, especially in developing countries, using life cycle thinking and regional perspectives as guiding principles.The CSCP works with national governments, regional and local authorities, the private sector, consumer groups and supports for capacity building and training approaches as an integral part of its programmes. Our organisation works within the areas of
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Chemie-Cluster Bayern is a market-focused R&D network of companies, research institutes and political institutions, which make a significant contribution to the value added in the Bavarian chemical industry. Here, the cluster understands itself as an interdisciplinary catalyser for innovation, which is of long-term benefit for Bavaria as a chemical and business location through R&D cooperation with companies or Start-ups.As the representative of a reliable, established and central supplier industry for nearly all innovate business areas, Chemie-Cluster Bayern strongly includes cross-sector industry and research projects in its project portfolio: by emphasising the leading role of the chemical industry as a driver of innovation, value added is created for its cluster members. As regards chemical research in Bavaria, Chemie-Cluster Bayern operates as a generic research network with a clear relation to application and markets.The objective of the cluster management is profit-oriented balancing of existing knowledge and an increase of its marketability: Thanks to R&D projects with industrial companies and local authorities, new, regional markets are created and relevant market analyses conducted in cooperation with the cluster partners.
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Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum (SEZ) is an independent economic entity within the Steinbeis Foundation. It was founded in March 1990 as the operational unit of the Commissioner for Europe of Baden-Württemberg's Minister of Economics. SEZ's core activity is to promote European RTD programmes and to support cross-border technology transfer. These activities are supported by the Enterprise Europe Network of the European Commission. SEZ has offices in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe.
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oikos Visionoikos stands at the forefront of a growing momentum towards sustainable development at universities around the world. As a leading reference point for the promotion of sustainability change agents, oikos members from various academic backgrounds inspire students of Management and Economics on a global scale and advance the integration of sustainable development into teaching and research at their faculties.oikos MissionOur Mission is to strengthen action competence for sustainable development among tomorrow’s decision makers. To target this objective, weincrease awareness for sustainability opportunities and challenges focussing on students of management and economicsfoster their ability not only to analyse long-term economic, environmental and social trends, but also implement sustainability driven innovationcreate institutional support for these learning processes through the integration of sustainability issues in research and teaching at the world’s faculties for management and economics.
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Global challenges require local solutions and global governance. Protecting the climate, biodiversity, air quality and freshwater resources needs international commitment and cooperation between all levels of government.ICLEI is an:Association of over 1,200 local governments that represents the interests of local authorities within the United Nations and at international policy forums.A movement driving positive change on a global scale through programmes and campaigns on local sustainability.A resource centre offering information, tools, networking, training and consulting services.ICLEI is the only network of sustainable cities operating worldwide. The organisation facilitates local government input to United Nations (UN), processes such as the UN Framework Conventions on Climate Change, and Biodiversity. In partnership with the UN and other organisations, as well as national governments, ICLEI puts in the groundwork for more ambitious and more responsible international commitments - and seeks global recognition and support for local action.
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HighTech Europe, Network of Excellence for food processing
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We tap the Sun!Your partner for the use of solar-energy and renewables!
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ISES works to achieve 100% renewable energy for all, used efficiently and wisely, by providing the global renewable energy community with a collective, scientifically credible voice and up-to-date information gathered and synthesized by its talented members.ISES, a non-profit UN-accredited membership NGO founded in 1954, has a long history of being the trusted global advisor on renewable energy and this remains its core value.ISES informs and connects its extensive, diverse membership of researchers, academics, professionals, practitioners, businesses, decision makers, and advocates in more than 100 countries.ISES promotes solar research and development, provides authoritative advice on renewable energy issues worldwide, advocates for a sustainable global solar industry, supports career growth of Young ISES members, and promotes energy education at all levels.
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Cagintua e.V. engages in Democratic dialogue, integration work and Cultural exchange. We work with many other organisations in the state of Brandenburg in Germany to carry our our projects. Some of our past successful projects include:What can we do as refugees to make Africa a better place to live and not to flee? Network and Dialogue against Discrimination. The police, the city and the migrants, Project DEMVOTE, Students and migrants cultural exchange. For details about our project and to learn more about this organisation please visite the organisation website.
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The European Optical Society (EOS), founded in 1991, serves as the joint forum for all individuals, companies, organisations, educational institutions, and learned and professional societies, who recognise the opThe purpose of the society is to contribute to progress in optics and related sciences, and to promote their applications at the European and international levels, by bringing together individuals and legal entities involved in these disciplines and their applications.
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Founded in 1999, The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (ICD) is an international, not-for profit, non-governmental organization with headquarters in Berlin, Germany. Over the past decade the ICD has grown to become one of Europe
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The International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF) is the world organization of Public Finance economists. It is the pre-eminent academic institution for study and research on economic public policy topics, and the platform of choice for the establishment of contacts and exchange of opinions on policy matters among scholars of all nationalities. Membership of the IIPF stands at around 800 members from fifty countries.
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The main activities of the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research (IGD) are the development of product prototypes (hard- and software) and the realization of concepts, models, and solutions for computer graphics and its adaption to specific application requirements. The work is rounded off by object-oriented basic research projects and the realization of single devices and computer graphics systems with pilot character.
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IMTF is an international organisation that acts as a catalyst for charitable giving to music. A network of music experts, IMTF acts as a clearinghouse for donors, advising on and facilitating philanthropic investments in the field of music worldwide. With the mission to enrich lives through music, IMTF aims to advance strategic music philanthropy and foster a vibrant and diverse music life. IMTF creates impact and leverages resources for strengthening a vibrant and diverse music sector by identi
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The Paritätishce Bildungswerk is a NGO providing general and vocational programmes of further education. It is a registered society closely co-operating with its umbrella organisation, the PARIT
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NanoBioNet is a powerful network of universities, research institutes, hospitals, and private companies from the fields of technology transfer, business, and finance. Its members come from various segments such as biotechnology, chemical nanotechnology, the pharmaceuticals industry, or medical engineering. Their shared interest: to create new, innovative products and jobs, support research and development and to inform the general public about the exciting world of nano- and biotechnology.
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OTTI (Ostbyerisches Technologie-Transfer-Institut e. V.) is a non-profit organisation founded in 1977. Its aim is the stimulation of the industrial economy and the support of the co-operation between science and industry. OTTI has a 30-person strong team who proffer seminars, specialist forums and conferences. About 5000 specialists and managerial personnel from business, administration and science take part every year.
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NEMO, the Network of European Museum Organisations,is an independent network of museum associations and similar bodies representing the museum community of Europe. In order to support museums to fulfil their role as cultural agencies, learning places and keepers of cultural heritage NEMO campaigns for European policies. It supports museums in learning from each other through networking and co-operation and ensures information flows both ways between European institutions and museums.
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The European College of Sport Science (ECSS) is the leading association of sport scientists at the European level and practices extensive cooperations with corresponding non-European associations. The purpose of the ECSS is the promotion of science and research, with special attention to sport science across Europe and beyond. One of the key objectives of the ECSS is the promotion of junior scientists and the fostering of state-of-the-art research.
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