Encircle End Conference Announcement

With only one week to go places are filling up fast for the Encircle End Conference. This is your chance to find out the next steps in the Horizon Europe initiative, CERIS, the Encircle project and 12 other EC-funded consortiums. If you haven’t registered yet, email zoe.rutherford@cbrneworld.net and she will…

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ENCIRCLE Final Survey – Technological and Practitioner Network

The ENCIRCLE CBRN project will complete in 2021 and we are requesting that you respond to the final ENCIRCLE survey which concerns the future development of a CBRN cluster post ENCIRCLE. The survey comprises five short questions and should be able to be completed in less than ten minutes. The…

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CBRNE e-conference on May 18, 2021

The last 20 years have demonstrated that both military and civilian populations could be exposed to highly hazardous CBRNE agents following conflicts, natural outbreaks and disasters, industrial incidents or terrorist attacks. Worldwide, research, responders and industrial capacities have been engaged to provide adapted answers to these challenges. Building on the success of…

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ENCIRCLE catalogue and cluster sustainability review

ENCIRCLE is inviting views concerning the catalogue and cluster sustainability. Please see the ENCIRCLE Y4 discussions report, available in the ENCIRCLE catalogue, and on CORDIS under ENCIRCLE results. We are still open to comments, views and expressions of interest so please supply them to the project by the end of…

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Encircle in the fight against COVID-19

ENCIRCLE joins the European efforts in the fight against COVID-19 making public the research on Human Factors associated with PPE for Healthcare workers   ENCIRCLE project was invited, together with many other H2020 projects to collaborate in the fight against Coronavirus. As a CSA project focused on EU CBRN industry competitiveness we…

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2020 CBRN Stakeholder Survey

The ENCIRCLE project ran a number of surveys concerning the market, standards and interoperability in Years 1 and 2. These surveys have been combined so we can compare any progress and changes against the original results. The survey takes the form of 18 multiple choice questions and two open questions, which…

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