Horizon Europe or FP9 (its ugly name) the largest ever European Research and Innovation Programme has started to make its presence quite strong with the proposal suggested by EC and the discussions now going on about it between the Council and the European Parliament. Its structure is clear, its priorities are clear, its suggested budget is clear but what is not clear is what will be the evaluation criteria. Are they going to be the same as before, Excellence, Impact and Implementation or just the two Excellence and Impact and in some cases also another criterion i.e. Transeuropean dimension, or something else? The truth is that all these are under discussion and nothing is fixed yet, however, in this training moment that I prepared for you from Madagascar, I present you the C.R.I.T.E.R.I.A formula that is based on 8 Evaluation Criteria that universally applicable in any European research programme and they will continue to be. That is a guarantee.
Enjoy the training moment/video below produced in Madagascar for full information:
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Finally, I provide below some links to visual material (videos and photos) of my adventure from Madagascar.
The largest sound in Madagascar jungle video
If not convinced, again the largest and longest sound from Madagascar jungle video
The first of the five different species of lemur
Lost in the rainforest in Madagascar
Chameleon with a funny/leavy tail
Night (mouse) lemur discovered just in 2005
Vanilla plant with an amazing smell
the third species of lemur looking at us
the fourth species of lemur eating a coconut
The fifth species of lemur messing with my headphones
My little friend from Madagascar lagoon
travelling by boat in Madagascar Jungle