Updates to Dutch funding programmes

Updates to Dutch funding programmes

10-10-2018 There have been some recent updates to the Dutch funding programmes. Below we highlight the most important information: OP Oost OP Oost published a new update on the available budget on their website. There’s still budget available for all tenders and topics in both provinces (Overijssel and Gelderland). Only for the General Innovation –… Continue Reading

When research projects don’t go as planned: making amendments

When research projects don’t go as planned: making amendments

28-9-2018 by Tim van Beelen European research and innovation programmes are important contributors to the scientific excellence of European Universities and to the innovation capacity of Small-and-Medium Enterprises.  European science thrives, supported by these grants. Making applications is, of course, extremely competitive. Once successfully awarded, the complexities of a grant will need to be effectively… Continue Reading

Event: Non-dilutive funds for Life Sciences Innovations

Event: Non-dilutive funds for Life Sciences Innovations

On the 7th of November 2018, we are co-hosting an event at the Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area AG. This event is co-hosted by Catalyze and Euresearch, we will talk about funding opportunities for Swiss startups and researchers. Non-dilutive funds for Life Sciences Innovations 7 November 2018, 16:45-18:00 Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area AG, Gewerbestrasse 24,… Continue Reading

Is your SME ready for the fast track?

Is your SME ready for the fast track?

26-9-2018 by Leanne Schmitz You have invested in development of a breakthrough technology, product or service. You are almost ready to shake up the market, but you need a final push. With funding up to €3M, the Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) program is an attractive opportunity to support close-to-market activities of breakthrough innovations. However,… Continue Reading

H2020-funded clinical trials: avoiding the pitfalls and ensuring success

H2020-funded clinical trials: avoiding the pitfalls and ensuring success

24-9-2018 by Olav Veldhuizen European research and innovation programmes have been extremely important for clinical trials over many years and continue to be a vital source of funding for therapy development under Horizon2020. However, navigating successful delivery of such funded projects can be challenging. Significant support for clinical trial projects is available through H2020 Challenge… Continue Reading

Dutch national budget changes for research and innovation – Prinsjesdag 2019

Dutch national budget changes for research and innovation – Prinsjesdag 2019

Yesterday, the 18th of September was the “Prinsjesdag” in the Netherlands. Every year, the national budget is announced on this day. Differences in budgets affect national funding schemes such as grants, loans and tax discounts. In this article we summarize the most important announcements for life science researchers. WBSO The WBSO is a tax credit… Continue Reading

Pivot Park Funding Event

On the 15th of November 2018, Pivot Park is hosting an event where experts will share thoughts, experiences and answer questions with regards to funding. Our expert and co-founder Jalal Es-Sbai will be part of the panel of experts. Pivot Park Funding Event 15 November 2018, 13:30 Pivot Park, Panorama Hall, Chesbrough Building, 3rd floor More information… Continue Reading

Does your company qualify as SME?

Does your company qualify as SME?

21-8-2018 by Erik van Tilborg Many funding agencies and subsidy providers aim to boost the position of ‘micro, small and medium-sized enterprises’, or SMEs, and therefore require your business to qualify as an SME to be eligible for funding. But exactly what criteria determine whether you are an SME? There are three main criteria that… Continue Reading

How to build a winning consortium for research projects

How to build a winning consortium for research projects

15-8-2018 by Josta Kevenaar In many prestigious grants such as large H2020 calls, you need to have a strong, complementary, and often large consortium to address all the ambitious objectives. For some calls (e.g. IMIs, Marie Curie Training Networks, H2020-SCs), you need to have a consortium of about 20 (!) partners from all around Europe.… Continue Reading

3 Tips for a worry-free H2020 grant agreement phase

3 Tips for a worry-free H2020 grant agreement phase

08-8-2018 by Maarten Doornbos Congratulations! You have been awarded an Horizon 2020 grant. Before you can start the actual work on the project you have to finish the last preparation steps during the so-called ‘grant agreement phase’.  This phase has to be finished within a strict timeframe set out by the EC. To avoid unnecessary… Continue Reading

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