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R&I - Health & Life Sciences

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Submitted by euadm2 on Fri, 12/16/2016 - 15:27

Enhancing Research & Innovation (ERDF: €45m)

The economies of the region have a low proportion of high value sectors and low levels of Research & Innovation.  There is an opportunity to build effective cross-border collaboration partnerships that will significantly impact upon the overall regional capacity for Research & Innovation in targeted sectors.

This objective will increase business industry-relevant Research & Innovation capacity across the region within two target sectors; 'Health & Life Sciences' and 'Renewable Energy'.  It will result in an increase in the annual number of peer reviewed journal and conference publications within these two sectors, with cross-border authorship and with the potential to create economic impact.  These sectors have been identified in consultation with national economic development agencies.  They offer the most potential for growth and are relevant to all regions within the Programme's eligible area.

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Output: 514 years worth of PhD (or above) level research


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Output: 5 research institutions participating in cross-border, transnational or interregional research projects


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Output: 20 enterprises receiving support


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Output: 10 enterprises receiving grants


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Output: 20 enterprises receiving non-financial support


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Output:10 enterprises cooperating with research institutions


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Output: 10 enterprises participating in cross-border, transnational or interregional research projects

 

The above outputs can be achieved through the following indicative actions:

  • The creation of clusters which will enable the development of virtual centres of excellence within the region, involving capacity and competence building;
  • Clusters will complement existing Research & innovation strategies within jurisdictions by promoting cross-border cooperation and will take the form of partnership arrangements between existing institutions in academia, public sector agencies and private sector companies;
  • The further development of existing competence centres to facilitate increased levels of cross-border collaboration;
  • The clusters will address market failure in the Research Technology Development and Innovation (RTDI) landscape, whereby the risk associated with the longer-term nature of strategic research carried out cannot be addressed by individual companies.

 


Closed Funding Calls

The SEUPB closed this call at 3pm on 6 May 2016.

 

Review Panel Minutes

The review panel minutes relating to applications to this objective can be found here.

 

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