Press releases

E.g., 13-12-2018
E.g., 13-12-2018
  • Press release: EIT Awards winners 2018

    05/10/2018
    Caroline Vandenplas, EIT, Head of Communications Section
    The power to innovate: winners of EIT Awards 2018 announced. The European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) rewards Europe’s top entrepreneurs Simone Accornero (Italy), Ioannis Tamanas (Greece), Bieke Van Gorp (Belgium), Isabel Hoffmann (Canada) and Laura Soucek (Italy) for innovations in the fields of energy, health and food. Press release in EN, DE, EL, ES, FR, HU, IT, NL
    EIT Awards Winners 2018
  • Calling Bulgarian innovators: join the EIT Community and innovate with us

    18/04/2018
    Bulgaria, Sofia, 18 April 2018 – innovators in Bulgaria are set for new innovation cooperation opportunities. These are being discussed today during an Awareness Day in Sofia, organised by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science and European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) in the Sofia Tech Park.
  • Commission awards Paris as most innovative European city in 2017

    08/11/2017
    Today, the European Commission awarded the 2017 European Capital of Innovation (iCapital) prize of €1,000,000 to Paris. The award, granted under the EU's research and innovation programme Horizon 2020, recognises Paris for its inclusive innovation strategy. Tel Aviv and Tallinn were selected as runners-up, and were both awarded €100,000.
  • Horizon 2020 Work Programme from 2018 to 2020

    27/10/2017
    Spanning seven years (2014 - 2020) and with a budget of €77 billion, Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU research and innovation funding programme ever. It is implemented via multi-annual work programmes.
  • World AIDS Day 2015: the European Commission is determined to achieve the end of AIDS by 2030

    30/11/2015
    In the face of this ongoing epidemic that has already claimed too many lives, and for which there is still no cure, the Commission remains at the forefront in the fight against HIV/AIDS. This is done for example through funding research and innovation via Horizon 2020 where € 73 million have already been invested during the first two years of the programme.
  • ERC 2016 grant competition for mid-career researchers opens

    15/10/2015
    The ERC has today opened the next competition for its Consolidator Grants. More than €600 million is earmarked for an estimated 335 grants. The deadline for submission of research proposals is 2 February 2016.
  • European Commission invests €16 billion in funding for research and innovation over next two years

    13/10/2015
    Carlos Moedas, Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation said: "Research and innovation are the engines of Europe's progress and vital to addressing today's new pressing challenges like immigration, climate change, clean energy and healthy societies. Over the next two years, €16 billion from Horizon 2020 will support Europe's top scientific efforts, making the difference to citizens' lives."
  • ERC announces its 2016 budget and grant competitions

    29/07/2015
    The European Commission adopted yesterday the ERC Work Programme 2016. The programme foresees €1.67 billion for grants to top researchers. Within the new series of competitions, the ERC has opened today the first one, the call for Starting Grants 2016, with a budget of €485 million and deadline of 17 November 2015. This scheme is open to researchers with 2 to 7 years of experience since completion of PhD and a promising scientific track record.
  • Ukraine joins Horizon 2020 to work with EU in science and research

    08/04/2015
    Researchers, businesses and innovators from Ukraine will now be able to fully participate in Horizon 2020, the European Union's research and innovation funding programme, on equal terms with EU Member States and other associated countries.
  • ERC Consolidator Grants: 372 top researchers funded with €713 million to pursue their best ideas

    12/03/2015
    The European Research Council (ERC) is today announcing the 372 winners of its second Consolidator Grant competition. These excellent mid-career scientists are awarded a total of €713 million, as part of the European Union Research and Innovation programme Horizon 2020. Grants are worth up to €2.75 million each, with an average of €1.91 million per grant. The funding will enable them to consolidate their research teams and to develop their most innovative ideas.

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