A call for proposals is foreseen to be announced in mid-February by the NRDI Office on Hungarian-Israeli R&D cooperation. The call is aimed to support Hungarian participants engaged in Hungarian-Israeli R&D cooperation projects, wchich will result in new or further developed market-oriented products, processes and services.
The National Research, Development and Innovation Office has devoted special attention from the very beginning to researchers’ salaries in the Horizon 2020 framework programme. Financing competitive researcher salaries from H2020 projects is primarily a challenge for public research centres.
Altogether 144 micro and small size enterprises in the Central Hungary region are supported from the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund with HUF 10 billion (EUR 31.2 million) in funding to develop quickly marketable, innovative products, services and procedures as well as their market entry and intellectual property protection.