The European Innovation & Technology (EIT) Awards just became even more exciting.
Now everyone can vote for their favourite innovation in the EIT Public Award 2018.
Discover 39 nominees with 39 solutions to challenges facing society, representing the very best of the EIT Community.
Choose which innovation you think should win by watching the video pitches and discovering their inspiring work.
You can now register for the virtual info day on upcoming Horizon 2020 funding opportunities for projects focusing on renewable energy technologies, carbon capture and storage and next-generation batteries. Connect with us on 13 September.
The conference launched the dialogue on a new vision for Public-Private Partnerships with the industry, post 2020. Main messages: need to digitise European industries, focus on more systemic innovations and develop a strong rationale for partnerships, involving stakeholders, workers and citizens.
The European Commission will support 14 top-class projects to bring their innovations faster onto the market under the European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot. Each project will receive around €2 million from the Fast Track to Innovation strand of the EIC pilot, funded under Horizon 2020, the EU's research and innovation programme.
Celebrating a touch of genius, the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) announces the 41 nominees for the EIT Awards 2018. All across Europe, excellence is accelerating, with women entrepreneurs making up more than 40% of the nominees.
The Awards ceremony will be held in Budapest on 4 October during the EIT’s annual Innovation Forum, INNOVEIT. The 41 nominees represent the most promising entrepreneurs and innovators in Europe. Read more below!
The storage of energy at temperatures higher than 1000 °C using molten silicon-based alloys is the objective of the FET-Open project AMADEUS, which will create a new generation of extremely compact and lower cost energy storage devices.
All Horizon 2020 work programme sections have been updated, indicated by "_v2". New is the section "20. Cross-cutting activities 2018-20_v1.0". For further details please follow the link below to the Participant Portal.
A total of 65 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from 16 countries have been selected for funding under the latest round of the SME Instrument. The companies will receive a total amount of €113 million to share between their projects to get their innovations faster on the market.