This is the latest podcast in Enterprise Europe Scotland’s H2020 Hacks series. Today on our show, Ken Gordon and Camille Moran lament the end of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and celebrate the results from the first SME Instrument cut-off. We discuss how to avoid being a ‘loser,’ and what future applicants (or past applicants with access to a time machine) should know to win. As promised, here are: Statistics from first cut-off SME instrument statistics for the first cut-off date of phase 1 released.6 Lessons Learned: SME Instrument: 6 lessons learnt from the first evaluation .The next SME Instrument cut-off for Phase 1 is September 24, and for Phase 2 is October 9. *Bonus* for podcast fans: See this picture of Ken Gordon performing at the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony: https://photos.glasgow2014.com/photos/20th-commonwealth-games-closing-ceremony_a42957.aspxview more
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