Two Dublin-based SMEs were this week selected for EU funding to help them get their innovative projects to market faster.
- Cortechs Connect Ltd for its CereBrill project (brain training tools to improve the focus of children with ADHD)
- InnoPharma Labs Ltd for its SmartCrys project (Advanced intelligence and close-loop control for Crystallisation of API’s (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients).
The two SMEs will each receive up to €2.5 million.
The European Commission has today adopted a Communication outlining the ongoing work on the preparation for all outcomes of the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union.
On 30 March 2019, the United Kingdom will leave the EU and become a third country. This will have repercussions for citizens, businesses and administrations in both the United Kingdom and the EU. These repercussions range from new controls at the EU's outer border with the UK, to the validity of UK-issued licences, certificates and authorisations and to different rules for data transfers.
To celebrate 30 years of the Erasmus programme, the Embassy of France in Ireland, together with the Higher Education Authority, twelve EU Embassies and the European Commission Representation in Ireland, has launched "European Union(s)", a photo exhibition highlighting the human dimension of the Erasmus programme.
The exhibition presents the stories of 22 binational families who met through the Erasmus programme since its launch.
- 03/07/2018 to 30/07/2018
EU Commissioner for Agriculture & Rural Development Phil Hogan will address a Citizens' Dialogue at this year's MacGill Summer School on the theme "Beyond Brexit: Ireland in Europe - the future scenario".
Other speakers include Pat Cox, former President of the European Parliament, and Patricia Callan, Director of the Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland and former Director of the Small Firms Association.
The speeches will be followed by an open forum.