EU invests €13M in innovative SMEs

The European Union's research and innovation programme is investing €13 million in small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) as part of its latest funding drive. Over 250 SMEs will receive €50,000 phase 1 fina...

Leaders plan to fund climate action

The One Planet Summit taking place in the French capital next week will focus on financing the fight against the climate change. Coming two years after the signing of the Paris Climate Change Agreement, the ...

Support for Europe’s innovators

European leaders are working hard to provide the levels of financial support needed to facilitate innovation at all levels. This week the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Commission (EC) are l...

Are you a startup doing ‘social good’?

Startups developing AI and data-science innovations designed to do 'social good' have until Saturday to apply for up to $90,000 funding from UNICEF Innovation. The funding call is targeted at early stage com...

New fund for ‘reshaping’ industries

(PARIS) A European venture capital firm has launched a new fund to support innovative companies 'that are reshaping entire industries'. Iris Capital's IrisNext fund has attracted €250 million backing from...

Charting Europe’s innovation trends

|17 February 2017| Europe Incubator Europe has relaunched its EU Funding Trends platform as EU Innovation Trends. It is the go-to place for information on EU funding, innovation and digital technologie...

Financial backing for synthetic biology projects

|28 April 2016| International synthetic biology research projects could receive a major funding boost by collaborating with the world leading research talents within Scottish universities. The country's I...

Turning biotech ideas into businesses

|8 March 2016| Startup biotech companies in Europe are being asked to sum up their products in 140 characters for a chance to access $50 to $70k and three months mentorship. The offer from IndieBio, a sta...

UNICEF searching for ‘problem-solvers’

|1 February 2016| UNICEF is inviting technology start-ups developing solutions with the potential to improve the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children to apply for funding from its recently launched ...