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  • Do you ♥ Science ?

    Are you active in scientific awareness raising or do you have a great idea to encourage young people to choose a scientific or technical career? Then submit a proposal for the I Love Science Festival, the first science festival in Brussels!

  • Fablab Mobile: on the way to an innovative region for all young people in Brussels

    Innoviris is joining the personal fabrication movement and launching a call to all organisations that want to develop a mobile Fab Lab to create awareness of technology and innovation among young people in Brussels. Do you have an original idea and do you want to roam Brussels with a mobile space in which young people can experiment freely and learn in a playful manner? Then read on.

  • New campaign: WATS! Do you want to be an ambassador for all women in science in Brussels?

    At Innoviris we meet successful, enterprising women in the science and innovation sector every day. Nevertheless, they are still a minority. Figures show that only 25% of all those with a scientific or technical degree are women. That is why we are looking for female role models to encourage girls in Brussels to go for a scientific career. Can you hold your ground in a scientific or technological environment? Then you are our woman!

  • 04.10.2017 Digitization of the future industry / Swedish-Belgian Innovation Initiative

    SBII is an industrial R&D partnering initiative with the objective to increase market-oriented high-technology R&D projects between Belgium and Sweden

  • Are you involved in the software industry and looking for international partnership? Sign up for the ITEA PO Preparation Days!

    12 and 13 September you will be given the chance to meet European consortia and join in with projects specialised in "Software Intensive Systems and Services". The annual ITEA project appeal will also be launched during this event. The best projects will be funded by

  • The new BEL-SME call is launched

    BEL-SME is a joint call launched by the three Belgian regions targeting joint R&D projects between Belgian SMEs. It is important to note that an effective collaboration between partners will be rewarded by a maximum increase of 15% compared to normal intervention rates.

  • What is the trickiest challenge for Brussels?

    What is according to you the trickiest challenge for Brussels ? Mobility, pollution or rather sustainable urban planning? City representatives, business actors as well as researchers will be invited to reflect on the future of Brussels within the new JPI Urban Europe project call “Making Cities Work”. The call for proposals will be launched in the fall of 2017.

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