The second most populated city in Andalucía and the only Spanish city in the Top 10 for the best quality of life in Europe, according to Eurobarómetro, Málaga, is positioning itself as the Silicon Valley of Spain.
The Technology Park of Andalusia (PTA) was set up in 1995 and is one of the most important technology centres in southern Europe. Predominant sectors present at PTA are Information Technology (Electronics, Information, Computing and Telecommunications) together with Engineering, Consultancy and Advisory services.
IMI launches €45M coronavirus research call. The call is part of a wider strategy announced by the European Commission to contain the outbreak of COVID-19 The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) launched a fast-track call for proposals to speed up the development of new drugs and diagnostics to halt the global outbreak of COVID-19. Researchers can […]
The Green Deal is expected to have profound consequences for European research and innovation funding. Many of the newly designed calls for proposals will likely be influenced or motivated by this strategy.
26 Millas Matical achieves a historic classification for the Spanish Cross Championship On February 2nd, the XLI National Cross “San Juan Evangelista” of Sonseca was held, which jointly hosted two important events: the Regional Cross Country Championship by Clubs and the Provincial Championship at School Age. The most important clubs in the region met in […]
ESFI is targeted towards overcoming the investment gap in the EU by mobilizing private financing for strategic investments in key sectors, including strategic infrastructure such as: digital, transport and energy; education, research, development and innovation; expansion of renewable energy and resource efficiency; and support for smaller businesses and midcap companies.
To help achieve its 2020 and longer-term climate and energy objectives, the EU launched two large funding programmes in 2009 to support carbon capture and storage (CCS) and innovative renewables: the European Energy Programme for Recovery (EEPR) and the NER300 programme.
The EU goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80–95% by 2050, presents a vision to achieve climate neutrality by 2050 through a fair transition encompassing all sectors of the economy.
Projects addressed to contributing to achieve the goals foreseen in the EU Energy Roadmap are supported by the Horizon 2020 R&D and innovation programme. H2020 will be substituted by Horizonte Europe, the new R&D an Innovation framework programme that will cover the 2021-2027 period and will account with a budget of €100 billion.
Horizon Europe and the Euratom Research and Training Programme €100 billion proposed budget for 2021-2027 will become the most ambitious research and innovation funding programme ever.
Each euro invested by the programme can potentially generate a return of up to 11 euro of GDP over 25 years. Union investments in R&I are expected to directly generate an estimated gain of up to 100 000 jobs in R&I activities in the ‘investment phase’ (2021-2027).
MATICAL INNOVATION, Madrid, Spain One of the biggest and more ambitious European research projects in medical imaging, artificial intelligence and childhood cancer, PRIMAGE, is led by MATICAL Innovation, together with La Fe Sanitary Research Institute. The objective of the project is to know the most effective treatment and the main characteristics of tumors without having […]