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The LEAD ERA project is aimed at fostering the coordination of a series of trans-regional programmes dedicated to research and innovation within the highly innovative and technology based themes of the EU Lead market initiative.

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INCOMERA kick-off meeting

Monday, 03 February 2014 15:18

LEADERA's follow-up project, INCOMERA, will celebrate its kick-off meeting on 12th and 13th February 2014 in Liege.

The new coordination action gathers 21 partners from 12 countries to support innovation and commercialization in the NMP thematic area.

INCOMERA project has a duration of 48 months and is supported by the 7th Framework Programme.

The Lead partner is the SERVICE PUBLIC DE WALLONIE (DGO6).

Industrial Technologies 2014

Monday, 03 February 2014 15:07

The Industrial Technologies 2014 conference will be organized on 9-11 April 2014 in Athens.

More info on: http://www.industrialtechnologies2014.eu

 

LEADERA 8th Newsletter

Monday, 03 February 2014 12:24

Download here the last edition of the LEADERA newsletter.

LEADERA final meeting

Saturday, 25 January 2014 12:50

On 21st and 22nd January 2014 LEADERA partners met in Santiago de Compostela for finalizing the project tasks and highlighting the main achievements.

The meeting had a special focus on eHealth market, since it was the most funded sector throughout the LEADERA lifespan. Successful projects were also presented.

Download here a picture from the event.

LEADERA newsletter 7th edition

Monday, 11 November 2013 08:28

Read here the 7th edition of the LEADERA newsletter.

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About Leadera

The LEAD ERA project is aimed at fostering the coordination of a series of transregional programmes dedicated to research and innovation within the highly innovative and technology based themes of the EU Lead market initiative. Through a process of intensive knowledge sharing of the regional competences and programmes, LEAD ERA partners will develop a joint Scientific and Technological strategy and the mutual tools and methods to foster RTD cooperation amongst their regional RTD stakeholders. The main objectives of the project are to launch ambitious RTD calls for proposals and therefore to fund trans-national projects involving RTD actors from the private or the public sector which will provide them new resources to collaborate at a European level.

The project is under the coordination of the experienced Wallonia (involved in 7 ERA-NET) and brings together  innovative and science based regions and national agencies.

During the 51 months of the project, the partners will focus on the topic of the 6 Lead Markets identified by the European Union named hereafter as protective textile, renewable energy, e-health, recycling, sustainable construction and bio-based products. All of them are at the crossroad of a number of scientific and technological fields which are difficult for a single region to master. It is therefore economically and scientifically relevant to link the research competencies (ICT, health, chemistry, nanotechnology, energy, etc.) from the various regions to achieve new technological and knowledge breakthroughs. The current proposal LEAD ERA seeks to link the two initiatives (Lead Markets and ERA-NET) by adding the research dimension to the support provided to the Lead Markets.

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Seventh Framework Programme

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