Until 10 November, innovative SMEs willing to adopt blockchain solutions to help grow their businesses can apply to BlockStart’s final Acceleration Programme, partner with blockchain developers, and receive €3,000 to validate and pilot blockchain solutions.
Adapting to climate change, fighting cancer, restoring the oceans, making cities smart and climate-neutral, and ensuring healthy soils and food: with its five new missions, the European Commission is addressing some of the major societal challenges that we face. This new concept in Horizon Europe and in EU policy will support research aimed at finding answers and solutions.
The 5th Open Call under the StandICT.eu 2023 initiative (a CSA project supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme) is an opportunity for European experts to request direct funding for their contributions in international ICT Standardisation organizations, work groups or technical committees.
Horizon Europe is the European programme for research and innovation. In order to address the gender misbalance that is often encountered in public organisations applying for funding, the programme has introduced a Gender Equality Plan (GEP) as an eligibility criterion.
The third edition of “Tech Day” organised by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) focused on tackling challenges of our society, environment and economy and on developing high-tech solutions with real impact. Luxinnovation CEO Sasha Baillie gave a keynote speech on Luxembourg’s unique capability to connect diverse stakeholders and be agile when facing major challenges.
The European action Bridge2HE together with the European Commssion and Enterprise Europe Network is organizing the next Horizon Europe Brokerage Event on the 2022 Cluster Health call for proposals. Read more
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Organised in digital version by the Luxembourg HealthTech Cluster, managed by Luxinnovation, and the Ministry of the Economy, the event “Overcoming COVID-19: The response of the Luxembourg healt... Read more
Franz Fayot and Sasha Baillie present an overview of the Fit 4 Start acceleration programme since its launch and announce the 20 start-ups selected for the 10th edition16-10-2020
Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot and Sasha Baillie, CEO of the national innovation agency Luxinnovation, announced on Thursday 15 October the names of the 20 start-ups that have been selected for participation in the 10th edition of the Fit 4 Start acceleration programme. The selected start-ups are active in the fields of ICT, health technologies and space. The minister also took the opportunity to summarise the results of the programme, 5 years after its launch. Read more
Fit 4 Start is today an internationally recognised programme for innovative start-ups with a strong drive to succeed. The objective is to select the most promising start-ups and give them access to ea... Read more
FIT 4 START 9 - Thank you and congrats!
Ten ICT start-ups, five companies in the healthtech sector and five in space tech were admitted into Luxembourg’s renowned acceleration programme Fit 4 Start at the Pitching & Graduation Day on 3 October. The biggest ever cohort of participants will benefit from intensive coaching, free access to co-working facilities and a subsidy of up to €150,000.
Fit 4 Start - Cedric Spaas, CEO of Arspectra
“We chose Luxembourg for the central location and potential to grow.”