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European Innovation Scoreboard: Innovation performance keeps improving in EU Member States and regions

The Commission has released the European Innovation Scoreboard 2021, which shows that Europe's innovation performance continues to improve across the EU. On average, innovation performance has increased by 12.5% since 2014. There is continued convergence within the EU, with lower performing countries growing faster than higher performing ones, therefore closing the innovation gap among them.

Startup Europe for growth H2020 Projects

In order to help build a strong European ecosystem where startups can thrive, Startup Europe is empowering 7 projects, funded under Horizon 2020, that are connecting local ecosystems across Europe.

Sweden signs up to Innovation Radar

Sweden has joined the Innovation Radar, an initiative supported by the European Commission, which identifies high potential innovations and the key innovators behind them in Horizon 2020 projects.

Winner of the 2019 Innovation Radar Prize announced

The European Commission has awarded prizes to Europe's most promising innovations emerging from EU funded research and innovation projects. SUPSI from Switzerland won the 2019 Innovation Radar Prize for their lead role in developing robotic tech capable of executing repair tasks in harsh industrial environments.

Twelve innovators reach final of the Innovation Radar prize

After three weeks of public voting, the decision has been made: out of 36 dynamic European innovators longlisted for this year’s Innovation Radar Prize, 12 will move to the next phase and compete in the final.

Vote in the Innovation Radar Prize 2019 to shine a light on Europe's world-class innovators

The European Commission has launched a competition to identify Europe's top future innovators. The public is invited to vote for their favourite among 36 nominees who have been developing innovations through EU-funded projects. The finalists come from every corner of Europe, from SMEs, universities and start-ups and are delivering a diverse set of scientific and technological breakthroughs. They have been identified through the European Commission's Innovation Radar, a data-driven engine that aims to identify high potential innovations and the key innovators behind them.

Open Calls for internet innovators to join the Next Generation Internet (NGI)

Four NGI open calls have just been published on the topics of Privacy and Trust Enhancing Technologies, Search and Discovery and Decentralised Data Governance. With these open calls, top European internet talents are invited to engage in NGI and contribute with their ideas to building a better internet.

Winners of the 2018 Innovation Radar Prize

The European Commission has awarded Europe's most promising digital innovations emerging from EU funded research and innovation projects. Gr3n (pronounced ‘green’) from Switzerland won the 2018 Innovation Radar Prize for for their breakthrough technology for ‘upcycling’ PET / polyester. The awards ceremony took place at the European Commission's ICT 2018 in Vienna, Austria on 6 December.
Five other EU-funded innovators also secured prizes at the awards ceremony.

The FIWARE ICT Challenge Vienna - create a Smart City app in 48 hours!

The FIWARE ICT Challenge is a developers’ competition taking place at the ICT 2018 event. Participants will create apps that make cities a better place to live in, using real-time data from cities and other data sources, together with FIWARE open source components.