The European Commission is releasing €800 million of funding for projects in the areas of electricity, gas and smart grids infrastructure
In broadening its international horizons, the consultancy reaches the American continent with a new office in Bogota. The Colombian capital is seen as a growing hub for Social Innovation services that are part of the company's Strategic Plan.
Today 25 April ITRE will be considering the amendments on the assessment of Horizon 2020 implementation in view of its interim evaluation and the Framework Programme 9 proposal.
Around 80 delegates from the EU’s nine Lighthouse projects, along with officials from the European Commission and INEA, converged on Nottingham last month pledging to strengthen project cooperation towards making our towns and cities smarter and more sustainable.
The seminar will provide valuable information on how to create successful grant applications for climate and environment projects
Text and data mining (TDM) has huge potential research and innovation, but the inhibitive European regulatory framework means that EU uptake remains low. The FutureTDM project will first identify these barriers, and then seek to dismantle them.
European Commission addresses barriers to innovation: the first Innovation Deal focuses on water reuse
The European Commission delivers on its recent commitment to help innovators overcome perceived regulatory barriers and work towards better regulation through the Innovation Deals instrument.
research*eu RESULTS PACK – eGovernment: delivering innovative public services for citizens and businesses
The latest research*eu RESULTS PACK– a collection of articles on EU-funded projects dedicated to a specific field of scientific research – is now available in free, accessible PDF. This brochure focuses on how eGovernment is delivering innovation public services for citizens and businesses alike in the European Union.
For 2017, the European Commission makes a total of 437.51 million euros available to the most innovative SMEs
The European Parliament gave yesterday its consent to additional €200 million for Horizon 2020, the current EU research and innovation funding programme, by adopting a compromise on the mid-term review of the EU budget, reached with the EU Member States on 7 March. The final and formal approval of the Council of the EU is expected in the coming weeks.