How to Catch a Turtle in European Projects?
This episode of European projects behind the scenes was inspired by something a colleague of mine said to me after working on two project applications: “There are two best moments in European projects: when you submit the project application and when you receive the notification that it was approved. After that, everything starts to collapse...”
Covido, ergo Zoom
To researchers, being able to travel is an important element of European projects. Not for the sake of having time off or free tourism, but to be able to cooperate with organisations and people from different European countries. In this episode of European Projects Behind the Scenes read how the pandemic affected European Projects.
Who ate my salad??
In one of the first episodes of European Projects Behind the Scenes we have already written about the rituality in European projects which enhances the integration within the project team. An important part of the rituality are also the dinners that follow a day-long meeting. Read more about what is the main focus of those dinners (and no, it’s not food)…