Project good practices

National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre at Kaunas...

Summary: The aim of this GP is to showcase National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre as a leading institution for industry-science collaboration in Lithuania

Location: Lietuva, Lithuania (Lietuva)

Plug in Labs

Summary: “Plug in labs Ouest” is a webservice presenting scientific and technological skills of all research units in Bretagne.

Location: Bretagne, France

Pôle d'Excellence Cyber

Summary: Bringing together public and private players as well as research players and leading various concrete initiatives to structure an entire ecosystem.

Location: Bretagne, France

Small scale R&D results commercialisation scheme for HEIs,...

Summary: This aim of the GP is to encourage scientists, researchers and students to commercialize R&D results by establishing spin-off and start-up companies

Location: Lietuva, Lithuania (Lietuva)

Lower Austrian Cluster program

Summary: Lower Austrian Cluster program strengthens the economy and improves the innovation readiness of companies. A network for increasing business cooperations

Location: Niederösterreich, Austria (Österreich)

Technopol program Lower Austria

Summary: Technopols are centres of "technology-oriented economic activity" which are strategically established in direct proximity to educational and research facilities

Location: Niederösterreich, Austria (Österreich)

Tractor Projects

Summary: A funding scheme of the management of R&D regional funds with a focus on market needs, seeking tangible and exploitable R&D results that solve real challenges.

Location: Comunidad Foral de Navarra, Spain (España)

CRAFT, platform for the economic development

Summary: CRAFT is a platform that provides regional innovation partners with the possibility to share information about innovative companies and academics.

Location: Bretagne, France

Future Food Innovation

Summary: Future Food Innovation (FFI) was initiated by CDR with the aim to increase the number of innovative SMEs within the food industry.

Location: Midtjylland, Denmark (Danmark)

Shortcut to new knowledge

Summary: Shortcut to New Knowledge was initiated by CDR in 2011 and completed in 2014. Financed by CDR and the ERDF, and operated by Aarhus University, Denmark.

Location: Midtjylland, Denmark (Danmark)

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