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European Commission Calls
category Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness
HEALTH Call Identifier: HORIZON-HLTH-2024-IND-06-08 Developing EU methodological frameworks for clinical/performance evaluation and post-market clinical/performance follow-up of medical devices and in vitro diagnostic medical devices (IVDs)

The Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and in vitro diagnostic medical device Regulation (IVDR) provides a new regulatory framework where reinforcement of clinical/performance evaluation of medical devices and IVDs, and in particular high-risk medical devices, is a key element. Proposals should address all of the following activities: • Development of a framework for a life-cycle approach to evidence generation and evaluation of high-risk and innovative medical devices and IVDs. • For medical devices, a pilot to support development of common specifications which would set the stage for a common specification ecosystem for medical devices in the EU. • Development of a general methodological approach to define, determine and update the state of the art for different device technologies. • Possible use of registries and other sources of real-world data for demonstration of regulatory compliance both pre- and post-market. • Methodology for bridging studies for devices and IVDs with iterative development: assessment of data coming from previous versions of the device and where relevant integration of that data into the device’s clinical investigation/performance study and gap assessment between the different versions of the device. • Identification of relevant quantitative and qualitative methodologies for integrating evidence derived from various data sources in the clinical evaluation/performance evaluation.
Budget: 8.000.000 to 10.000.000 EUR, indicative number of grants: 1
Deadline: Opening date: 26 October 2023; Deadline 11 April 2024 17:00 Brussels time
Who can apply: 1. Admissibility conditions: described in Annex A and Annex E of the Horizon Europe Work Programme General Annexes. Proposal page limits and layout: described in Part B of the Application Form available in the Submission System. 2. Eligible countries: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. A number of non-EU/non-Associated Countries that are not automatically eligible for funding have made specific provisions for making funding available for their participants in Horizon Europe projects. See the information in the Horizon Europe Programme Guide. 3. Other eligibility conditions: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. In recognition of the opening of the US National Institutes of Health’s programmes to European researchers, any legal entity established in the United States of America is eligible to receive Union funding. 4. Financial and operational capacity and exclusion: described in Annex C of the Work Programme General Annexes.

HEALTH Call Identifier: HORIZON-HLTH-2024-IND-06-09 Gaining experience and confidence in New Approach Methodologies (NAM) for regulatory safety and efficacy testing – coordinated training and experience exchange for regulators

There is increasing scientific evidence pointing to the limitations of animal testing for safety and efficacy assessment of chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Europe is also experiencing a strong societal demand to move away from animal testing. Scientific progress of the past two decades has produced a number of animal-free New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) that have the potential to be used instead of the animal models that are currently employed for such testing. The proposals should focus on alternatives to the use of animals for regulatory safety and efficacy testing. Applicants should propose activities that bring together NAM developers and NAM users with European regulators responsible for the safe use of chemicals (e.g. industrial chemicals, pesticides, biocides and cosmetics) and pharmaceuticals in order to inform on NAM solutions available and to encourage the building of a framework on how these NAMs could be most effectively used in the different decision-making contexts.
Budget: 2.000.000 EUR, indicative number of grants: 1
Deadline: Opening date: 26 October 2023; Deadline 11 April 2024 17:00 Brussels time
Who can apply: 1. Admissibility conditions: described in Annex A and Annex E of the Horizon Europe Work Programme General Annexes. Proposal page limits and layout: described in Part B of the Application Form available in the Submission System. 2. Eligible countries: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. A number of non-EU/non-Associated Countries that are not automatically eligible for funding have made specific provisions for making funding available for their participants in Horizon Europe projects. See the information in the Horizon Europe Programme Guide. 3. Other eligibility conditions: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. The Joint Research Centre (JRC) may participate as member of the consortium selected for funding. In recognition of the opening of the US National Institutes of Health’s programmes to European researchers, legal entities established in the United States of America may exceptionally participate as a beneficiary or affiliated entity, and are eligible to receive Union funding. Coordinators of projects must be legal entities established in an EU Member State or Associated Country. 4. Financial and operational capacity and exclusion: described in Annex C of the Work Programme General Annexes.

HEALTH Call Identifier: HORIZON-HLTH-2024-DISEASE-08-12 Pandemic preparedness and response: Maintaining the European partnership for pandemic preparedness

The European partnership for pandemic preparedness is working to improve the EU’s preparedness to predict and respond to emerging infectious health threats by better coordinating funding for research and innovation at EU, national (and regional) level towards common objectives and an agreed Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda. Proposals should include all of the following activities: • Provide an efficient secretariat for the European partnership for pandemic preparedness • Provide administrative and organisational support to the Members in the European partnership for pandemic preparedness; • Provide strong scientific support on topics requested by the GloPID-R Chairs, scientific advisors or (working) groups; • Actively engage with relevant stakeholders and initiatives in the area of pandemic preparedness, ensuring collaboration and coordination, and avoiding duplication • Implement strong communication and dissemination activities at EU level and in Member States and Associated Countries, • Establish coordination and collaboration with relevant initiatives related to pandemic preparedness such as HERA to ensure complementarity and avoid overlaps;
Budget: 2.000.000 EUR, indicative number of grants: 1
Deadline: Opening date: 26 October 2023; Deadline 11 April 2024 17:00 Brussels time
Who can apply: 1. Admissibility conditions: described in Annex A and Annex E of the Horizon Europe Work Programme General Annexes. Proposal page limits and layout: described in Part B of the Application Form available in the Submission System. 2. Eligible countries: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. A number of non-EU/non-Associated Countries that are not automatically eligible for funding have made specific provisions for making funding available for their participants in Horizon Europe projects. See the information in the Horizon Europe Programme Guide. 3. Other eligibility conditions: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. In recognition of the opening of the US National Institutes of Health’s programmes to European researchers, legal entities established in the United States of America may exceptionally participate as a beneficiary or affiliated entity, and are eligible to receive Union funding. Coordinators of projects must be legal entities established in an EU Member State or Associated Country. 4. Financial and operational capacity and exclusion: described in Annex C of the Work Programme General Annexes.

HEALTH Call Identifier: HORIZON-HLTH-2024-DISEASE-08-20 Pandemic preparedness and response: Host-pathogen interactions of infectious diseases with epidemic potential

As shown by the COVID-19 pandemic, infectious diseases remain a major threat to health and health security in the EU and globally. Proposals should focus on the following viruses: Hendra and Nipah virus, Lassa virus, Crimean Congo haemorrhagic fever virus, Rift Valley fever virus, Ebola and Marburg virus, Dengue virus, Yellow Fever virus, Zika virus, West Nile fever virus and Chikungunya virus. Proposals should address several of the following areas: • Identification and characterisation of receptors on the host cell that enable the docking and internalisation of a virus with a particular emphasis on the diversity of cellular entry receptors and tissue specificity. • Identification and characterisation of viral surface proteins that are capable of interacting with host target cells. • Characterisation of the mechanism of viral uptake in the host cell with regard to the topology and the dynamics of the host receptor – virus ligand interaction. • Identification of receptor and ligand (sub)units that could be targeted by preventive or therapeutic intervention.
Budget: 7.000.000 to 8.000.000 EUR, indicative number of grants: 5
Deadline: Opening date: 26 October 2023; Deadline 11 April 2024 17:00 Brussels time
Who can apply: 1. Admissibility conditions: described in Annex A and Annex E of the Horizon Europe Work Programme General Annexes. Proposal page limits and layout: described in Part B of the Application Form available in the Submission System. 2. Eligible countries: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. A number of non-EU/non-Associated Countries that are not automatically eligible for funding have made specific provisions for making funding available for their participants in Horizon Europe projects. See the information in the Horizon Europe Programme Guide. 3. Other eligibility conditions: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. In recognition of the opening of the US National Institutes of Health’s programmes to European researchers, any legal entity established in the United States of America is eligible to receive Union funding. The Joint Research Centre (JRC) may participate as member of the consortium selected for funding. 4. Financial and operational capacity and exclusion: described in Annex C of the Work Programme General Annexes.

HEALTH Call Identifier: HORIZON-HLTH-2024-TOOL-11-02 Bio-printing of living cells for regenerative medicine

Despite some success of 3D bio-printing with thin tissue, thick tissue and complex organs remain a bottleneck because it is difficult to sufficiently mimic their metabolic needs, and the scientific knowledge about their intimate architecture and interplay with other tissues are not sufficiently elucidated. Proposals should address most of the following activities: • Design the best bio-printing strategy for at least one type of tissue thanks to a better understanding of the interconnections of the different cell types inside the chosen tissue or organ • Develop or improve existing equipment able to print bio-constructs with higher resolution in a shorter time using various biomaterials and different cell types • Cover all steps of the bio-printing suite, including cell collection, cell differentiation and expansion, imaging, modelling, bio-ink formulation, actual bio-printing, nutrient supply, process monitoring and cell-construct delivery at target site • Scale-up the chosen bio-printing technology to a GMP-conform manufacturing process • Combine different bio-printing technologies in order to obtain fully functional synthetic constructs of complex tissues or organs.
Budget: 6.000.000 to 8.000.000 EUR, indicative number of grants: 4
Deadline: Opening date: 26 October 2023; Deadline 11 April 2024 17:00 Brussels time
Who can apply: 1. Admissibility conditions: described in Annex A and Annex E of the Horizon Europe Work Programme General Annexes. Proposal page limits and layout: described in Part B of the Application Form available in the Submission System. 2. Eligible countries: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. A number of non-EU/non-Associated Countries that are not automatically eligible for funding have made specific provisions for making funding available for their participants in Horizon Europe projects. See the information in the Horizon Europe Programme Guide. 3. Other eligibility conditions: described in Annex B of the Work Programme General Annexes. In recognition of the opening of the US National Institutes of Health’s programmes to European researchers, any legal entity established in the United States of America is eligible to receive Union funding. 4. Financial and operational capacity and exclusion: described in Annex C of the Work Programme General Annexes.

 


category Innovative Europe
European Innovation Council (EIC) Call Identifier: EIC Pathfinder Challenge •”Solar-to-X” devices Towards cement and concrete as a carbon sink •Nature inspired alternatives for food packaging and films. •Nanoelectronics for energy-efficient smart edge devices •Protecting EU space infrastructure

The EIC Pathfinder is a funding programme under Horizon Europe that offers support to research teams by: •funding research to develop the scientific basis to underpin breakthrough technologies •supporting the earliest stages of scientific, technological or deep-tech R&D •aiming to build on new, cutting-edge directions in science and technology to disrupt a field and a market or create new opportunities •realising innovative technological solutions to identify, develop and scale up breakthrough technologies and disruptive innovations in Europe
Budget: Budget/project: up to 4 EUR million; Total indicative budget topic: 120 EUR million
Deadline: Deadline: 16 October 2024, 17:00 (CEST)
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European Innovation Council (EIC) Call Identifier: EIC Transition Open

The EIC Transition is a funding programme under Horizon Europe targeting innovation activities that goes beyond the experimental proof of principle in laboratory. It supports both the maturation and validation of novel technologies from the lab to the relevant application environments. The EIC Transition offers support to SMEs, start-ups and organisations that: •have identified EU-funded project result(s) with promising commercial potential that could be the basis for innovation and promising new businesses •envision novel promising technology that is ready for the next steps towards its maturation and validation, to be further developed and validated for some specific, high potential, commercial applications •have conducted a preliminary market research to identify potential markets for their innovation and explored potential competitors •envisage building a motivated and entrepreneurial team with a mix of skills, including researchers, business people, marketers etc. to develop and drive the idea towards commercial success
Budget: Grants of up to EUR 2.5 million to validate and demonstrate technology in application-relevant environment (starting at TRL 3/ 4 aiming at achieving TRL 5/ 6) and develop business and market readiness. Total indicative budget topic: 94 EUR million.
Deadline: Deadline: 18 September 2024, 17:00 (CEST)
Who can apply: https://eic.ec.europa.eu/eic-funding-opportunities/eic-transition_en

European Innovation Council (EIC) Call Identifier: EIC Accelerator Open

The EIC Accelerator is a funding programme under Horizon Europe that offers support to start-ups and SMEs that: •have a innovative, game changing product, service or business model that could create new markets or disrupt existing ones in Europe and even worldwide, •have the ambition and commitment to scale up, •are looking for substantial funding, but the risks involved are too high for private investors alone to invest
Budget: Grant component below EUR 2.5M for innovation activities (starting at TRL 5 or 6 aiming at achieving higher TRLs). Investment component of EUR 0.5 up to 15 million for scaling up and other activities. Grant only and investment only component under certain conditions. Total indicative budget topic: 375 EUR million.
Deadline: Deadline short application: any time; Deadline full application: 3 October 2024, 17:00 (CEST)
Who can apply: https://eic.ec.europa.eu/eic-funding-opportunities/eic-accelerator_en

European Innovation Council (EIC) Call Identifier: EIC Accelerator Challange •Human Centric Generative AI •Virtual worlds and augmented interaction, including support to Industry 5.0 •Enabling the smart edge & quantum technology components •Food from precision fermentation and algae •Monoclonal antibody-based therapeutics for em

The EIC Accelerator is a funding programme under Horizon Europe that offers support to start-ups and SMEs that: •have a innovative, game changing product, service or business model that could create new markets or disrupt existing ones in Europe and even worldwide, •have the ambition and commitment to scale up, •are looking for substantial funding, but the risks involved are too high for private investors alone to invest
Budget: Grant component below EUR 2.5M for innovation activities (starting at TRL 5 or 6 aiming at achieving higher TRLs). Investment component of EUR 0.5 up to 15 million for scaling up and other activities. Grant only and investment only component under certain conditions. Total indicative budget topic: 300 EUR million.
Deadline: Deadline short application: any time; Deadline full application: 3 October 2024, 17:00 (CEST)
Who can apply: https://eic.ec.europa.eu/eic-funding-opportunities/eic-accelerator_en

 


category Innovation Europe
European Innovation Council (EIC) Call Identifier: EIC Women Leadership Programme

EIC Women Leadership Programme’s recurring cohorts target female members of EIC and EIT beneficiaries, separately: •EIC and EIT female (co)founders and managers (CEOs, CTOs, CFOs, COOs, CCOs, etc.) who want to strengthen their skills and expand their network. •EIC female researchers involved in research projects aspiring to lead the transition of their research into businesses.
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Deadline: Deadline: 20 March 2024
Who can apply: https://eic.eismea.eu/community/stories/eic-women-leadership-programme-open-call-female-researchers-and-aspiring-female-leaders

 


category Excellent Science
European Research Council (ERC) Have you already received an ERC grant for your frontier research project and now want to explore the commercial or societal potential of your work? The ERC Proof of Concept Grant could be for you.

Have you already received an ERC grant for your frontier research project and now want to explore the commercial or societal potential of your work? The ERC Proof of Concept Grant could be for you.
Budget: Lump sum of EUR 150. 000 for a period of 18 months.
The ERC expects that normally Proof of Concept activities should be completed within 12 months. However, to allow for those projects that require more preparation time, the grant agreements will be signed for 18 months. Extensions of the duration of Proof of Concept projects may be granted only exceptionally.

Deadline: Deadlines: 17 September 2024 17:00 (CEST)
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European Research Council (ERC) ERC Advanced Grant

Are you an established, leading principal investigator who wants long-term funding to pursue a ground-breaking, high-risk project? The ERC Advanced Grant could be for you. Applicants for the ERC Advanced Grants - called Principal Investigators (PI) - are expected to be active researchers who have a track-record of significant research achievements in the last 10 years.
Budget: Up to EUR 2 500 000 for a period of 5 years. Additional funding up to EUR 1 000 000.
Deadline: Indicative opening date: 29 May 2024; Call deadline: 29 August 2024
Who can apply: https://erc.europa.eu/apply-grant/advanced-grant
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Other Calls
category Prima
Thematic Area 1 Water management in Nexus Sustainability of Mediterranean irrigated agriculture through the implementation of WEFE Nexus approach

This call is designed to promote the creation of innovative solutions rooted in the Nexus approach, with a cross-sectoral perspective that enhances the sustainability of irrigated regions within the Mediterranean area. Moreover, projects should focus on mitigating current challenges that obstruct the effective implementation of the WEFE Nexus approach when adopting novel irrigation technologies. These challenges may include gaps in data availability, systemic disconnect between institutions, and uneven power distributions across sectors. Through a multi-actor approach, the proposals should be demonstrated at large sites13 in irrigated areas that are experiencing recurrent or permanent water scarcity conditions and anticipate solutions for current and future challenges. Proposals will support strategies for advancing the WEFE Nexus approach in practice, linking food systems with farming, ecosystem services and healthy diets.
Budget: total indicative budget: 9.2 million EUR
Deadline: Stage 1 Pre-proposals – 02 April, 2024 17:00 (CET) Stage 2 Full proposals – 25 September, 2024 17:00 (CET)
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Thematic Area 2 Farming systems in Nexus Transformative adaptation of Mediterranean dry farming systems using water harvesting technique to address extreme drought in arid and semi-arid environments.

This call for proposals aims to address the challenges of dry-farming in arid Mediterranean areas by integrating traditional and modern hydro-technologies to create sustainable and resilient agricultural systems. The focus is on systems that prioritize the use of saline-resistant and drought-resistant species or underutilized species with minimal water requirements, adapted to seasonal rainfall variations, and tolerant to solar radiation and elevated temperatures, including halophytes, cacti, and similar plants. A circular economy approach is encouraged, promoting the recycling and re-use of various waste types as soil amendments, bio-fertilizers, or replacements for chemical inputs. Proposals should prioritize evaluating the impact on soil health and the circular economy of water resources, alongside broader environmental assessments. This approach enhances soil organic matter, carbon sequestration, water storage, nutrient use efficiency, and efficient water usage while considering the specific needs and contributions of women and men in the community.
Budget: total indicative budget: 9.6 million EUR
Deadline: Stage 1 Pre-proposals – 02 April, 2024 17:00 (CET) Stage 2 Full proposals – 25 September, 2024 17:00 (CET)
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Thematic Area 3 Food value chain in the Nexus Developing cost-effective and sustainable technologies adapted to Mediterranean Food Systems to decrease food loss and waste.

This call aims to support the deployment and demonstration of sustainable solutions to reduce food losses and waste, save energy, and enhance food safety during postharvest activities, including transportation, storage, and processing. The specific focus is on plant-based food and waste. These solutions should be scalable, sustainable, cost-effective, and tailored to smallholders in rural areas with limited access to electricity. Proposals should implement processes and technologies adapted to Mediterranean food systems and climate conditions, ensuring a decrease in food losses and waste, prolonging food shelf-life, and enhancing food safety in different regions of the Mediterranean. The emphasis should be on the exploitation and dissemination of results, meaning that projects should not only focus on research and development but also on effectively utilizing and commercializing the outcomes and findings.
Budget: total indicative budget: 9.1 million EUR
Deadline: Stage 1 Pre-proposals – 02 April, 2024 17:00 (CET) Stage 2 Full proposals – 25 September, 2024 17:00 (CET)
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Thematic Area 1-Water management in the Nexus Effective water accounting approaches under crisis conditions: climate change and external shocks

This call aims to promote innovative water accounting approaches that can enhance the gathering, analysis and communication of information related to water flows, fluxes, stocks, and consumption in selected watersheds/basins, with a view to improving the management of water resources, even in the face of changing climate as well as geopolitical and socio-economic shocks.
Budget: total indicative budget to calls under Topic 2 : 34.7 million EUR
Deadline: Stage 1 Pre-proposals – 04 April, 2024 17:00 (CET) Stage 2 Full proposals – 26 September 2024 17:00 (CET)
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Thematic Area 2-Farming systems in the Nexus Revitalizing agroforestry practices for sustainable land use and climate resilience in the Mediterranean Region.

This call for proposals aims to support the revitalization of agroforestry systems, including silvo-arable and silvo-pastoral agroforestry, in the Mediterranean region. The objective is to identify innovative strategies and overcome barriers to the adoption and scaling up of agroforestry practices.
Budget: total indicative budget to calls under Topic 2 (Multi-Topics): 34.7 million EUR
Deadline: Stage 1 Pre-proposals – 04 April, 2024 17:00 (CET) Stage 2 Full proposals – 26 September 2024 17:00 (CET)
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Thematic Area 3-Food value chain in the Nexus Leveraging urban and local food systems for sustainable food systems transformation.

Proposals should aim to strengthen regulatory frameworks for urban and peri-urban agriculture, paying particular attention to the unique challenges faced in the Southern Mediterranean countries. This includes addressing issues related to land use planning, zoning regulations, and the socio-economic aspects of land access. Policies should not only consider but actively incorporate gender-sensitive approaches to issues such as food safety, product labelling, and certification requirements.
Budget: total indicative budget to calls under Topic 2 (Multi-Topics): 34.7 million EUR
Deadline: Stage 1 Pre-proposals – 04 April, 2024 17:00 (CET) Stage 2 Full proposals – 26 September 2024 17:00 (CET)
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category Interreg Europe
Co-funded by the Europen Union Call Identifier: Not yet available

Supports interregional cooperation projects. The projects bring together policy organisations from at least three different countries in the 27 EU member states, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and Ukraine. For four years, they learn from each other and work together on a shared policy issue. The lessons they learn lead to better regional policies and a more sustainable economic, social and environmental impact on the ground for the people and the places they serve. Supports projects in five thematic EU priorities and one non-thematic issue on better governance: Smart, Green, Connected, Social, Citizens and Governance We aim to improve regional policies through capacity building in all of these topics.
Budget: The average total budget per project is 1-2 MEUR: •EU member state partners receive up to 80% of project activities; •Private non-profit organisations can receive 70% of their cost refunded; •Partners from Norway receive 50% funds; Switzerland manages the funding of its partners directly.
Deadline: Call open from 20 March to 7 June 2024 12:00 (CEST)
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category Eurostars
Co-funded by the European Union through Horizon Europe.

Eurostars is the largest international funding programme for SMEs wishing to collaborate on R&D projects that create innovative products, processes or services for commercialisation. Your consortium must spotlight an innovative SME as the main project participant. Choose project partners from SMEs, universities and research centres from any of the programme’s 37 participating countries. Organisations in non-participating countries can still join a Eurostars consortium.Italian funding body, the Ministry for Universities and Research (MUR), funds R&D costs for SMEs participating in our Eurostars programme. Funding through the Ministry for Universities and Research (MUR)
Budget: For Italian organisations, MUR covers 70% of industrial research project costs in grants and 25% of experimental development project costs in grants. The maximum funding amount is a grant of 400,000 euro per project, independent of the number of Italian participants.
Deadline: Deadline: 14 March 2024
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category European Partnership on transforming health and care systems (THCS)
Co-funded by the European Union through Horizon Europe. Innovate to Prevent: Personalised Prevention in Health and Care Services

The call aims to support the implementation of innovative person-centred health and care models addressing prevention strategies, with the key help of existing IT and digital technologies and services, as well as existing and emerging data. The ultimate goal is to improve health and care system dimensions such as quality, efficiency, equity, and sustainability. Improving the quality of preventive services will lead to improving the quality of life of citizens and patients, as well as reducing the burden and costs for the entirety of health and care services.
Budget: Funding commitment (Italy): 6 million EUR, max. 0.4 million EUR/project Only IRCCS (Istituti di Ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico) researchers are eligible to apply.
Deadline: Deadline: April 16, 2024 (14:00 CEST)
Who can apply: https://cordis.europa.eu/programme/id/HORIZON_HORIZON-HLTH-2022-CARE-10-01
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National Calls
Finanziamento IKIGAI - FMPS
Finanziamento di progetti individuali BANDO IKIGAI 2022 – 2024


Budget: Il bando sarà gestito con la collaborazione tecnica di Pluriversum Srl, società identificata dalla Fondazione come partner del progetto in virtù della consolidata conoscenza regionale di promozione e sostegno all’occupazione della società.

Per le modalità di erogazione e di partecipazione alle misure si rimanda agli specifici bandi e call che saranno pubblicati sui canali di comunicazione di IKIGAI (sul sito ikigaihub.it e sulle pagine social di IKIGAI), sui canali di comunicazione di Fondazione MPS (fondazionemps.it e ikigai.fondazionemps.it) e sulle comunicazioni a stampa.

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EIC Pathfinder & EIC Transition al centro della Linea2 del Bando. promosso da FondazioneCompagnia di San Paolo, FondazioneCariplo e FondazioneCDP - per valorizzare la partecipazione a bandi competitivi europei supportati dallo European Innovation Council, segnaliamo la prima scadenza del 28 Marzo 2024 (ore 13:00) della "Linea 2 - Nuove opportunità".
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Who can apply: https://www.compagniadisanpaolo.it/it/contributi/bando-veicolo-accompagnamento-per-la-valorizzazione-della-ricerca/

 

 

 

 

 

   


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