Industry participation in government research funding programme is necessary in order to deliver innovation to the market. However, studies show that innovative companies are reluctant to participate in such programme, often perceived as bureaucratic. In the context of a EU study, we’re now looking (among other things) at factors that stimulate industry participation. What are, in your opinion, the best examples of government research programme that are able to attract industry? What are the key features of programmes that are able to attract business? Is burocracy really the main obstacle? We look forward to hearing your ideas!
February 1, 2015An analysis of the role and impact of industry participation in the Framework Programmes
April 21, 2016Publication of the Final Report of the Study “An analysis of the role and impact of industry participation in the framework programmes”
January 18, 2015Open Evidence wins the tender for the study on industry participation in the Framework Programmes
February 5, 2015Open Evidence participates in the study on Research and Technology Organisations’ participation in the Framework Programmes