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XXVIII Eureka ministerial conference
Wednesday 22 June 2022 - Ministers and their representatives, hosted by Portuguese Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education Elvira Fortunato, gathered in Estoril for the Eureka XXVIII Ministerial Conference.Read the communique
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Canada France call for innovative projects
ending 14 Dec 22
Call for innovative projects between Canada and France is open for submission
Finland France call for innovative projects
ending 26 Sep 22
Finland France call for innovation projects is open
France and Spain call for projects
ending 15 Jul 22
The national funding bodies from France and Spain have allocated funding for organisations collaborating on international R&D projects. You can submit your R&D project application for this call for projects between 1 February to 15 July.
Singapore South Korea call for innovative projects
ending 31 Aug 22
Bilateral call between Singapore and South Korea
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XXVIII EUREKA MINISTERIAL CONFERENCEWednesday 22 June 2022 - Ministers and their representatives, hosted by Portuguese Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education Elvira Fortunato, gathered in Estoril for the Eureka XXVIII Ministerial Conference. Together, they stressed the importance of Eureka in the global research, development and innovation landscape and recognised its unique role in supporting the development of ground-breaking innovations that are boosting world economies, creating jobs and have real positive societal impact. Ministers and their representatives reaffirmed their commitment and national support to continue and further the development of Eureka. Of particular note, Canada and South Korea became full members of Eureka. Chile was reassociated to the network. The European Partnership on Innovative SMEs, the biggest SME-focused action in the European innovation ecosystems under the EU’s Horizon Europe, was launched by Minister Fortunato and Commission Research and Innovation Director-General Paquet. Read the full Ministerial Conference communiqué here.Read more
Green City Solutions refresh air pollution’s primeval enemy: mossEven small quantities of moss can absorb large amounts of harmful dust particles and greenhouse gases, so German Bestensee-based company Green City Solutions are harnessing the power of moss in their internet of things (IoT) CityTree and CityBreeze biotech products to target the most polluted parts of urban areas.Read more
Patient with broken spine walks againIt is commonly known that a broken spine (= paraplegia) will cause loss of some if not all motor functions, due to damage of the bone marrow. In many cases it will paralyse a patient. In the US and EU alone over 480.000 people are bound to wheelchairs, due to their spinal injuries and each year, around 24.000 more people join this list.Read more