Monthly Archives: March 2015

CATCH THE EARLY-BIRD RATE FOR TII 2015 SINGAPORE

There is still time for you to register and take advantage of our early-bird rate for TII’s 2015 conference “Innovating Innovation”. The special price of SGD 550 (EUR 375) is available up to and including 10 April! This year we … Continue reading

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RECRUITING COACHES FOR H2020 SME INSTRUMENT

As we informed you last year, TII is a partner in the CoachCom2020 initiative which is helping to put in place a coaching framework and community to support the implementation of innovation projects which are funded under the Horizon 2020 … Continue reading

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PREPARING FOR INTERREG EUROPE 2014-2020 – FIRST CALLS IN JUNE?

INTERREG EUROPE (former Interreg IV c) is finally close to launch with the first calls expected in the coming months. The programme aims to improve the implementation of regional development policies and programmes, in particular programmes for Investment for Growth … Continue reading

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EC CONFERENCE: GROW YOUR REGION, BRUSSELS, 27-28 APRIL 2015

The new generation of European programmes such as ERDF, COSME and Horizon 2020 provide fresh opportunities for regional policy makers and the business community to collaborate to help drive growth in their region by applying innovative ways of ‘doing business … Continue reading

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CALL FOR PAPERS: 2015 ISPIM INNOVATION SUMMIT IN BRISBANE

The 2015 ISPIM Innovation Summit: Changing the Innovation Landscape takes place in Brisbane, Australia from 6-9 December 2015. Organised by ISPIM, and hosted by Queensland University of Technology, this event is for innovation researchers, industry executives, thought leaders and policy … Continue reading

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NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR 2016 MILLENNIUM TECHNOLOGY PRIZE

Technology Academy Finland opened the nomination period for the 2016 Millennium Technology Prize earlier this month. Nominations for the prize can be made by universities, research institutes and other academic actors as well as companies all around the world. The … Continue reading

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WHICH KIND OF PUBLIC-FUNDED PROJECTS ARE MOST LIKELY TO FAIL?

The findings of a recent study carried out by Albert Link (University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Economics) and Mike Wright, (Imperial College and University of Ghent) on 1,878 projects funded through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) … Continue reading

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