The European funds are a great opportunity to make innovation project a reality. The return of the Framework Program in Spain exceeds 3 500 million euros per year, being the main source of financing for Spanish national R&D. With more than 30 years of experience in the European programs, in ZABALA we obtain a 35% success in our proposals, tripling the European average. In this section, we offer relevant information about HORIZON EUROPE, you can prepare with us for what is to come:
The public consultation, which will be open until 8 September 2019, will gather contributions to help define the Strategic Plan of the next framework programme for research and innovation, Horizon Europe
Horizon 2020, the European Union's Framework Programme for Research and Innovation for the period 2014-2020, ends next year and, for this last call, has a budget of almost €784 million to finance projects in Health.
The first ten selected startups will be presented in Amsterdam on 9 and 10 May, in the exhibition area of the event
NGI Explorers 1st Open Call will foster collaboration between the EU and the US to create the Internet of the Future
Candidates for the NGI Explorers programme may submit their applications to the Open Call until the 31st of July 2019.
The final budget is not yet agreed, but shadow committee has begun work on bringing the outline agreement on the programme to life.
EDI, Data Market Services and Blockchers projects will be presented at the CapDigital event on May 15th in Paris
Zabala is currently managing 5 programmes with their own open calls for funding and/or services directed to Startups and entrepreneurs. Find out more about the conditions and selection procedures for each funding programme.
In an interview with Science Business, Carlos Moedas, EU Commissioner for Research and Innovation, says he cannot see Horizon Europe without the UK
The Enhanced European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot supports researchers and innovators developing high-risk, breakthrough innovations with the potential to create new markets and boost jobs, growth and prosperity in Europe.
The European Commission will invest €195 million in setting up and developing 13 new ‘centres of excellence’ in seven Member States, helping to boost research and innovation performance and inspiring the scientific community to develop new products and processes in tandem with leading scientific institutes from all over Europe.