In the summer edition of the monthly digest, we share some of the most important news and insights that we shared with you over the past month.
Open Calls Network
At the end of June and beginning of July we held webinars as part of the Open Calls Network. We talked with industry specialists and presented some of the best funding opportunities. We also watched many one-minute pitches and there was plenty of networking.
Did you miss these webinars? Please watch our past webinars and make sure you register for the upcoming editions in September and October via the link below:
We continue to cover news of the use of satellite data in support of the people of Ukraine. Check out our dedicated page to see the latest news and find out how you can help the people of Ukraine from space.
This month we worked with several specialised guest authors to learn about Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) in agriculture, and we picked up interesting facts about the history of Copernicus.
Opportunities and Education
Earlier this summer we took part in the LDE NL Space Campus Summer School course, reporting live from the programme every day.
We published more on the theme of space education, plus some new funding opportunities, so there is no excuse for a lazy summer:
July has been a busy month in the space sector! We attended a number of industry events, where we talked with representatives of various organisations, and there was plenty of other news to share. See what you may have missed:
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