Innovation beyond borders
We are the world’s biggest public network for international cooperation in R&D and innovation, present in over 45 countries.
What we do for you
Provide access to public funding
As the national funding body in your country, we give you access to public funding for your R&D projects.
Drive international collaboration
We can help you find international partners, build your ideal project consortium and choose the best programme.
Boost expansion into new markets
We will support you as you access new markets by providing tools and advice for expansion.
Offer personalised advice
The Eureka national project coordinator (NPC) in your country can advise, support and guide you from the development of your project idea to its commercialisation.
Open calls for projects
Do you have an idea for an innovative project? We may have the perfect funding opportunity for you.
Austria and Hungary call for projects
ending 27 Jan 21
Austria and Hungary are funding R&D projects on automated driving.
SMART call for Advanced Manufacturing projects
ending 14 Dec 20
The Eureka Smart cluster is funding innovative projects in advanced manufacturing
Globalstars Singapore call for projects
ending 15 Oct 20
Singapore has joined to 13 respective Eureka countries to fund your R&D projects in any sector area that you are interested in.
CELTIC-NEXT and EUROGIA2020 joint call for projects: a smart connected world meets clean energy
ending 19 Oct 20
Funding for international collaborative projects within the scope of the smart connected world and/ or contributing to clean energy solutions.
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COVID-19 call for projects open and national initiatives
As an international network supporting innovation beyond borders, we know that when people work together, extraordinary things can happen.
In the past weeks, our colleagues across the network have been banging their virtual heads together to put in place support measures for businesses and researchers to find COVID19 solutions.