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EEN Luxembourg participated in a meeting of European partners on 27 June in Strasbourg, organised by The Enterprise Europe Network, the European Commission and the regional innovation agency of the Grand Est Region, Grand E-nov. The event, dedicated to Key Enabling Technologies (KETs), brought together key players in the fields of Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Production.

This event offered the opportunity to:

  • Get the latest information from the European Commission about Horizon 2020, next calls 2020 topics and the next Framework programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon Europe”- 2021-2028,
  • Participate to the thematic workshops including 10 mn pitches to highlight, discuss and develop new project ideas/concept at international level
  • Initiate cross-border contacts, cooperation and exchange ideas during pre-arranged meetings
photos: © 2019-Grand E-nov

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