Deloitte will work on a study on measuring the application of circular approaches in the construction industry ecosystem for the European Commission.
European Commission EC to invest 70.5 million EUR into interregional innovation projects of the first I3 Instrument calls
First I3 Instrument results are out
The H2020 INNOSUP-funded project URBAN TECH helps SMEs to develop new industrial value chains in emerging Health Tech, Smart City and Green Tech sectors.
A total budget of €33.5 million is available for creating more connected, inclusive and efficient innovation ecosystems that support the scaling of companies and spur innovation.
Since 2008 the EU-SME Centre in China provides high-quality business support services to help companies to seize the opportunities and face the challenges of the Chinese market. The new phase has just started.
The Intelligent Cities Challenge, network of 136 cities, funded by the COSME programme, held the 5th City Lab between 14 June and 23 June 2022. This edition had an overarching focus on Local ecosystems mobilisation and urban innovation.
The invitation to submit a proposal under “Support to Standardisation activities performed by CEN, CENELEC and ETSI” is now open
A new call to submit a proposal under the Standardisation strand of the EU Single Market Programme was launched on 30 June 2022, with deadline for applications on 27 September 2022. A total budget of €8 million is available for 22 topics.
Call for proposals to the organisations representing SMEs and societal stakeholders in standardisation activities
A new call/invitation to submit a proposal under the Standardisation strand of the SMP was launched on 30 June 2022, with deadline for applications on 27 September 2022. A total budget of €4.9 million is available for 22 topics.
The EU-funded AMX DATA project tries to address the unmet medical need for early, accurate and easy cancer detection by analysing anonymised Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and identifying eligible individuals with growing risk of developing CRC.
The European Commission launched today the second call of Women TechEU, with an increased budget of 10 million euro. This year, up to 130 deep-tech start-ups led by women will qualify for funding and business acceleration services to grow into tomorrow's female tech leaders.