Are you a Singapore-based company looking to tackle global sustainability issues through R&D collaboration?The Eureka Clusters Sustainability Call offers Singapore companies the opportunity to receive funding support for joint R&D&I projects with entities from 15 other Eureka countries. These 15 countries are Austria, Belgium (Brussels & Flanders), Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.
Project partners must cooperate on a joint R&D&I project focused on the following technological and application areas:
Applications are now open until 2 May 2022, 2359 hrs (GMT+8). Click here for full details about the call.
To participate in this call, Singapore companies must partner at least one entity from one of the other 15 participating countries. Companies are encouraged to collaborate with a mix of large companies, research organisations, and SMEs. No partner should be responsible for more than 70% of the project budget.
Additionally, the Singapore company must meet ALL of the following criteria to qualify for funding:
An information webinar about the eligibility requirements and application process will be held in end-February 2022. Register for the webinar here.
For queries, companies can reach out to Ms Jan Rubiano ([email protected]).
If you would like to find a suitable project partner for this call, please get in touch with us by clicking on the 'Make an Enquiry' button below. Prior to this, you may wish to contact your funding agency to confirm your eligibility to participate in the call.
You may also check out some of the opportunities on the IPI Online Marketplace, and the opportunities on the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) website, subject to the eligibility criteria.
Sign up for the Eureka Clusters Brokerage Platform here to search for like-minded project partners to collaborate with under this call.
Projects that do not involve any co-development or R&D cooperation. Testing and validation of technologies without any co-development would also not be eligible.
2 May 2022, 2359 hrs (GMT+8)