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.
South Korea call for projects
ending 30 Apr 24
South Korea has research funding for your R&D and innovation projects.
Singapore and South Korea call for R&D projects
ending 27 Jun 24
Singapore and South Korea have research funding for your R&D and innovation projects.
Eurostars call for projects MAR 2024
ending 14 Mar 24
European call for R&D and innovation projects open from 12 January to 14 March 2024.
Eurogia call for projects JAN 24
ending 22 Mar 24
Our Cluster on low-carbon technologies, Eurogia2030 has an open call for projects between 8 January 2024 and 22 March 2024.
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Testing for infectious diseases in wastewaterWaterlab in South Africa has developed a cost-effective and non-invasive method of tracking and predicting the spread of COVID-19, hepatitis E, norovirus and other infectious diseases through the microbiological analysis of wastewater. By her own admission, Dr. Gina Pocock, Specialist Consultant at Waterlab, never had any great burning ambition to pioneer a potentially life-saving diagnostic methodology, but she possesses an obvious energy and optimism that drove the South African company’s success.Read more
Nature’s cogs: helping pollinators feed the worldHoney bees and other pollinators are vital for the planet’s ecosystems and crops, but they are dying out at alarming rates due to climate change, intensive farming and pesticides. A startup in Andalusia, Spain, has a solution: producing hoverflies on an industrial scale. Following an R&D project with Dutch partners, Polyfly is breeding new ways to pollinate more fruit crops.Read more
A green, concrete future: Harnessing local materials in UgandaBy Georgia Tindale Dutch company, Concreet Projectmanagement B.V., joined forces with Ugandan company, Eco Concrete Ltd., to tackle the ever-growing issue of developing sustainable and affordable building infrastructure. Their solution? Creating new recipes for one of the world’s most common building materials: concrete. With the right backing, their geopolymer technology has the potential to go global.Read more