Forbes has chosen 18 EIT Community members for their annual Forbes 30 under 30 list featuring the best young innovators, entrepreneurs and game changers from Europe. The number of EIT Community members included on the Forbes 30 under 30 list has more than tripled since 2016.
The STARTS prize honours projects that demonstrate successful collaboration of science, technology and art contributing to economic and social innovation. The two prize winners will be chosen by an international jury and will each receive €20,000. The STARTS programme of the European Commission encourages collaboration between researchers and artists in projects funded under Horizon 2020.
It will take place on 9 February at the European Parliament in Brussels. Ramón Jáuregui (chair of Delegation to the Euro-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly) and Beatriz Becerra (vice-chair Subcommittee on Human Rights of the European Parliament) will host the event.