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05/09/2019

Dresden: Eurogrant GmbH, the specialist for funding for research and development, is celebrating the tenth anniversary of the company today. "We have grown organically during this time and are pleased about the positive development of recent years." Managing Director Dr. Katharina Sabellek said on the occasion of the company anniversary.

The track record is impressive: Since 2009, numerous project applications have been successfully managed for customers in Germany and abroad in several EU, federal and provincial programs and funds totaling € 97.45 million have been raised. The total volume of these approved projects amounted to € 166.10 million. All employees have a university education of different subjects. They look after companies, scientific institutions and public bodies to attract public funding, primarily in federal and EU programs for research and development.

Eurogrant helps its clients to seize the opportunities and benefits of public project funding. The financing of - in any case - planned project projects by the public sector, above all, offers the opportunity to find other project partners than usual. In particular, the involvement of scientists - who conduct basic research - empowers companies to go beyond previous possibilities in their ideas and considerations. The direct involvement of researchers in product development enables real innovation leaps.

Eurogrant does not specialize in content issues but in the specific way in which project proposals must be prepared and formulated to be successful in the assessment. The customer benefit is thus in a higher success rate and relief in the application process. The use of public project funding requires experience and competence. "But you can not overlook all the programs. The key to success lies in the specialization. ", Katharina Sabellek is convinced.

Remember, today we celebrate Europe Day – a double reason to celebrate!

12/11/2018

The EU Commission has opened the call for tenders for 2019 applications in the Societal Challenge 5 area. The topics are intended to support the transition to a greener, more resource-efficient and climate-friendly economy and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Climate Agreement.

The corresponding work program can be found here. Applications can be submitted by 19 February 2019. Are you looking for support? Then ask us! Call us or send us an Email with your project idea. Eurogrant will be pleased to assist you with your application.

11/29/2018

More recently, the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) is online, allowing scientists to securely store their research data and share it across borders. The freely accessible cloud was funded through Horizon 2020. As a joint project of the EU Commission, the Member States and the scientific community, it should help to unleash the potential of big data. The internet presence of the cloud can be found here.

Dear scientists, entrepreneurs and other prospective customers,
now only your information in this cloud is missing. If you do not have project data yet, we can help you to get a project funded by Horizon 2020 or another program. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

10/18/2018

There are new calls for bilateral foreign cooperation in Germany’s Central Innovation Program for SMEs (ZIM). One of them is for Franco-German R & D projects. Applications can be submitted until 20/12/2018. More information can be found here.

Eurogrant has extensive experience and a very good success rate in the Central Innovation Program for SMEs. We are happy to assist you with the application and support your project application. Please come to us and talk to us.

12/22/2017

In November 2017, the Horizon2020 project "Research School for TINnitus Assessment, Causes and Treatments" (TIN-ACT) which is coordinated by the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), was launched. Eurogrant supported the Dutch coordinator and its seven partners from Denmark, France, Germany and the United Kingdom by coordinating the negotiation of the consortium agreement. The project lasts 4 years and has a budget of 4 million euros, which is fully paid by the European Commission. During its lifetime, Eurogrant offers training courses for PhD students in project management and business start-up.

In the project to study tinnitus, the researchers want to elucidate the biological mechanisms that form the basis for its formation. A total of 15 doctoral students will be trained to find out what causes tinnitus, methods for detecting tinnitus and possible treatments.

 

Participants TIN-ACT

TIN-ACT stands for Tinnitus Assessment Causes and Treatments. Other participating institutions in the research project are: Center National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), University of Nottingham, Universitätsklinikum Erlangen, Charite Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Oticon, Widex, Cochlear Research and Development. Various partner organizations are also involved in the project: European Federation of Hard or Hearing People, European Association of Tinnitus Associations, Eurogrant, Hertz Training for Scientists, TinnitusHub, Technical University of Denmark and Siemens Healthineers.

More information about the project can be found here.