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"Blockchain" applications are appearing in many industries 

This may be the reason that the European Commission [EC] has announced a new 
Challenge for 2019 called "Blockchains for Social Good" 

The Prize for this challenge is 5 winners of Euro 1,000,000 each

The timetable to submit an application is

1	16 May 2018 - contest opens
2	02 Apr 2019 - deadline for registration of interest
3 	03 Sep 2019 - deadline to submit applications

				8.5	Ethics

The activities must be carried out in compliance with:

	(a) ethical principles (including the highest standards of research integrity) and

	(b) applicable international, EU and national law.

No prize will be awarded for activities carried out outside the EU, if they are prohibited in all Member States.

The participants must ensure that the activities have an exclusive focus on civil applications.

The participants must ensure that the activities do not:

	(a) aim at human cloning for reproductive purposes

	(b) intend to modify the genetic heritage of human beings which could make such changes heritable (with
		the exception of research relating to cancer treatment of the gonads) or

	(c) intend to create human embryos solely for the purpose of research or for the purpose of stem cell
	procurement, including by means of somatic cell nuclear transfer.

Research activities involving human embryonic stem cells (hESC) are moreover subject to the conditions set out
in the Statement of the Commission related to research activities involving human embryonic stem cells.

The participants must respect the highest standards of research integrity  as set out, for instance, in the
European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity [10]
.
For more information and best practice, see the Participant Portal Online Manual, the Guidance  How to
complete your ethics self assessment and the Guidance note  Research focusing exclusively on civil
applications.

[10]
European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity of ALLEA (All European Academies) and ESF (European Science 
Foundation) of March 2017 
http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/other/hi/h2020-ethics_code-of-conduct_en.pdf. 


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