The PHEMAC iHub now live
Conceived as a tool to stimulate visibility and re-use of results, the iHub is a central component of the PHEMAC project and collects and disseminates information about projects funded by various agencies that publicly share their data.
This knowledge-based platform is composed by 4 main elements designed to enhance cross-fertilization of different territorial experiences and multidisciplinary collaboration:
- A dissemination tool called Plaza that consists of a virtual “Agorà”, a web space that is populated automatically with news, information, tweets, etc about the main themes covered by the PHEMAC project: all this content is grouped in “Flows”, each one dedicated to a specific topic. Access it here: https://www.phemac.eu/agora/
- A marketplace called Rialto which has been conceived as a repository and match-making on-line tool to create a ‘virtual space for innovation’. This is the heart of Ihub and its goal is to facilitate the encounter between technology users and technology producers/intermediaries in different sectors, maintaining a focus on innovation. Link: https://ihub.phemac.eu/rialto
- The LINK Job bank, which provides up-to-date information about job opportunities in the geographical area (therefore in the Mediterranean regions) and in the thematic sectors of the PHEMAC project. This service has been designed especially for a younger audience, looking for job opportunities, either in public research centres or in the private sector. Accessible from this link: https://www.phemac.eu/hh_flow/job-bank/
- Finally, the BPiMED on-line mapping tool allows to classify the projects included in the Rialto marketplace according to a configurable set of best practices according to a controlled set of categories that allow to associate one or more best practices to a project. Try the tool here: https://ihub.phemac.eu/rialto
Discover the NEXUS Water Energy and Agri-Food best practices in the European and Mediterranean Partner Countries, take your tour in the iHub now!
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