Space is important for Europe. It is both a strategic asset and enormous opportunity for our society and economy. Space technologies, infrastructure, services and data provide the EU with the tools needed to address societal challenges and big global concerns, such as climate change, migration, mobility, energy security and many others.

The H2020 Space work program deals with a number of space technology themes:…
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Dr. Nili Mandelblit
Director: Nanotechnologies, Advanced materials, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing, Research Infrastructure,Transport, Space
Ofir Weltsch Loval
National Contact Point (NCP) – Head of Sector Transport, ETNA Project