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
Through the ministry or funding agency 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 contact 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.
ITEA call for projects NOV 2023
ending 13 Nov 23
ITEA, our Cluster for software innovation, has an open call for R&D and innovation projects between 12 September 2023 and 13 November 2023.
SMART call for advanced manufacturing projects
ending 21 Jun 24
SMART, our Cluster for advanced manufacturing, has an open call for R&D and innovation projects between 1 September 2023 and 21 June 2024.
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European Partnership on Innovative SMEs - Reaction to the UK's association to Horizon Europe and CopernicusThe United Kingdom and European Commission reached political agreement on 7 September 2023 on the United Kingdom’s association to Horizon Europe. This means that all calls in Work Programme 2024 will be covered by association.Read more
Plants that power themselves: Fighting desertification and deforestation with SOFRAPARBy Georgia Tindale Family-run French company, SOFRAPAR, has introduced new carbon uptake booster technology that is helping to combat desertification and deforestation. In Senegal, this is reinforcing a rapidly-declining natural forest area and helping local populations regain some food security.Read more
Wonder walls: vertical greenery seeds urban biodiversityVertical gardens on a mass scale could help bring temperatures down in cities and boost biodiversity. Until now, “living walls” were novelty features on landmark buildings, but an innovative Austro-German living wall could pave the way to delivering greener urbanisation worldwide.Read more
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