Collaboration opportunities between researchers and entrepreneurs related to Horizon 2020 will arise on 14 – 15 February, 2019 during the “Successful R&I in Europe 2019” Networking Event, in Düsseldorf.
5 SMEs from Austria, Denmark, Hungary and Slovenia receive micro grants of EUR 50.000, teaming up with 2 leading KET-TCs transnationally and conducting a 6-month long innovation project to face clean production challenges.
SME needs and adoption of Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): Study of KET4CleanProduction reveals factors that enable or hinder the use of KETs and offers recommendations that can improve the usage of KETs in production
SMEs and Research Organisations interested to establish collaborations for the application of Key Enabling Technologies are invited to attend the KETGATE Brokerage Event, in Venice, on January 31, 2019. The event is free of charge and limited grants are available to cover travel costs of participants from the KETGATE regions.
Bay Zoltán Research Center invites Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) who want to receive valuable services from KET Technology Centres, explore Key Enabling Technologies for greener, cleaner production and pursue funds for financing innovation projects to an information day in Budapest on 6th December 2018.
The esteemed EREK Newsletter, issued by the European Resource Efficiency Knowledge Centre, which highlights the best resource efficient and circular practices, has echoed the significance of KET4CleanProduction.
Participants of the Enterprise Europe Network Annual Conference (Vienna, October 25) had the chance to get acquainted with the KET4CleanProduction project during the interactive workshop on “Clusters, Key Enabling Technologies, Digitalisation”.
Here is an interesting study released by the European Investment Bank a study highlighting the importance of photonics and microelectronics to propel the next wave of digital innovation and keep Europe competitive.