Economic growth needs innovation and long-term projects — where is the needed public funding?18 Sep 2020
The Finnish economic success has been based on high-quality education and research. However, Finnish compani...
The Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2016-2017 has been published with over 1000 different funding opportunities for R&D&I, demonstrations, piloting and new market entry in very many different areas. This is the time to start looking for funding opportunities for you if you haven’t done so already.
The first deadlines are already in December 2015, less than three months away, with the calls opening in October. These are two-staged calls that include, for instance, the pilot line calls in the area of nanotechnologies, advanced materials and manufacturing. The first stage is a short 10-page project outline, and only projects passing the first stage will be invited to submit a full project proposal during the spring 2016.
Overall the Horizon 2020 Work Programmes for 2016-2017 have a wide range of themes. Including for example the
The draft calls that have been published are expected to be close to final, although the European Commission does warn that the Work Programme published now is not yet endorsed and has no legal value. The final Work Programme is expected to become public in October.
Spinverse has helped a number of clients to benefit from participating in a Horizon 2020 project. Contact us now for more information on what calls could be right for your project and how we can help you to prepare for the calls.