Bio-economy: Find cooperation partners and get funded
Are you looking for cooperation partners from industry or academia? Do you have products, patents and/or licenses that are relevant to bio-economy? BioLinX online partnering (BioLinX-Partnering) can help you to commercialize your products, discoveries and inventions and also to find cooperation partners, for free.
1. BioLinX online partnering: The new way to find and meet potential cooperation partners
8–9 June 2017, online
BioLinX-Partnering is the first online partnering event for the bio-economy, where you can present your offers and requests to international experts, free of charge and without the need to travel. The event is organized by the EU-project BioLinX. Present your products, services and technologies in live bilateral online meetings in this international two-day event, find cooperation partners and play at the forefront of R&D and bioeconomy business.
Interested? Visit partnering.biolinx-project.eu and learn more about this promising opportunity.
2. Looking for partners for public funding, value chain partners and / or (test) facilities?
The EU-funded BioLinX project offers assistance to find (private) financing and (public) funding resources. The project partners help you to form project consortia and to get investment-ready. Due to the extensive network and capabilities of the different BioLinX partners,the project offers you easy access to several laboratory and pilot facilities and regional stakeholders in different regions.
You need help? Find more information about BioLinX at www.biolinx-project.eu
3. BioLinX Webinar: Introducing the BBI JU mission and activities
11:30 – 12:15 hrs CET, 6 April 2017, online
The webinar will introduce you to the Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU), a €3.7 billion public private partnership between the EU and the Bio-based Industries Consortium. Furthermore, you will learn more about the topics of the annual call for proposals, which are available now. The call for proposals will be opened on 11 April 2017.
Register HERE for the webinar and learn how to successfully submit a proposal.
4. BioLinX Webinar: Mobility – Research and Innovation Staff Exchange
11:00 – 11:45 hrs CET, 9 May 2017, online
Are you looking for alternatives to the usual biotechnology calls of H2020 and BBI? Would you like to choose the subject of your research project independently? Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions (MSCA) are a very interesting alternative to the usual thematically-focused biotec calls. Learn more about the MSCA sub-programmes “IF – Individual Fellowships”, “ITN – Innovative Training Networks” and “RISE – Research and Innovation Staff Exchange”, their main criteria, eligible activities and and the preparation of a 10 – page proposal.
Join our BioLinX webinar. Register HERE for the webinar.
5. BioLinX / VBU Webinar: KMU-innovativ: Biotechnologie – BioChance
10:30 – 11:30 hrs CET, 31 March 2017, online
Are you looking for support for your SME in a challenging project in applied research or experimental development? Then “KMU-innovativ: Biotechnologie – BioChance” might be the right funding programme for you! The webinar on the programme will be held in cooperation with the Association of German Biotechnology Companies (VBU) and is part of the VBU webinar series “Funding Programmes for Companies”. The lecture will be in German.
Register at: http://v-b-u.org/webinar.html
6. BBI Open Info Day and brokerage event
28 April 2017, Brussels, Belgium
Join the BBI 2017 Open Info Day. Find project partners and take the opportunity to build a new consortium and submit a proposal. Details on the Call topics and guidelines for applicants will presented at the event and can already be accessed via the BBI JU website. Register at the BBI JU’s Partnering platform to network and schedule meetings at the event.
Registration is free of charge. For more information please visit
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