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Eduardo Beltrán de Nanclares, Chairman of the new EUREKA Cluster SMART on Advanced Manufacturing, about flexible automation, virtual factories, zero defects manufacturing, eco-sustainable factories and servitisation. With its approximately 20 industrial sectors, manufacturing forms the backbone of...

Can a state-owned bank be THE motor for the private economy? French businesses would say yes to this question. EUREKA national project coordinator Patrick Cornet on the Bpifrance success story and its French Tech and French Fab initiatives. Bpifrance was created in December 2012 by bringing...

From disgruntled student to an Education Technology pioneer, Vesa Perälä tells us how he came to found Claned ; a digital learning environment looking to overhaul the very fundamentals of how we learn. “People learn in different ways, at different speeds and are motivated by different things. But...

As of January 1st, 2018 Finpro – the Finnish trade promotion organization – and Tekes – the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation – will unite as Business Finland. The foremost goal of the New Business Finland is to offer a smooth, joint service path for its customers in Finland and abroad when in...

After its association to the EUREKA network , Chile’s innovation agency CORFO organised a launch event of a multilateral call jointly organized with six other EUREKA countries (Spain, France, Israel, Czech Republic, Sweden and Turkey) on November 3rd. The executive vice president of CORFO, Eduardo...

The board of directors of the EUREKA cluster Metallurgy Europe has assigned Ole Köser as its new chairman. Ole Köser will replace David John Jarvis who had to finish his management role in the cluster this year due to other responsibilities. As Manager of the Center of Excellence for Casting and...

In EUREKA’s high level group meeting in October 2017, a total of 32 EUREKA network and ITEA 3 cluster projects were endorsed for funding. Worth € 137 M, these projects will drive technological innovation in a wide range of areas, from transport to smart manufacturing, ICT, nanomaterials, healthcare...

In the last call for applications to the Eurostars-2 programme (cut-off 7), a total of 415 project applications were received. This is the highest number of project applications received in a cut-off period so far. The proposed projects involve 1281 partners from 35 different countries. Projects...

Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.