Area of specialisation
It's not about the sector, it's about the project
It is essential to know in which direction to go, rather than to be constantly evolving. It's important to take the time and think calmly to plan a long-term innovation strategy.
Health, Agri-food and Bioeconomy
One of the main European themes in R&D&I: sustainable agricultural production, food quality and safety, and animal health and welfare.
Industrial progress transforms the way industry develops and produces new products and services, as well as the way we live, work and learn; it is fundamental to any sustainable future.
Climate, Natural Resources and Environment
Innovating is a process that transforms markets and allows different actors to move forward. Innovating entails taking risks. Innovating is delegating, cooperating and allocating resources.
Energy and mobility are key to the European economy. However, activities related to these sectors account for the largest share of greenhouse gas emissions in the EU.
Digital transformation is undoubtedly one of the main priorities foreseen in the 2021-2027 period.
Social innovation involves the development of new ideas, services and models to better address social challenges.