E-bulletin 23/16.1.2013

Preregistration for the viable ecosystem part of the BONUS call 2012 is now closed

BONUS received in total 96 preregistrations with 782 partners representing all BONUS participating states, Russia and seven other countries.

The BONUS call 2012 was launched on 12 November 2012 and the deadline for submitting the preregistrations for the viable ecosystem part of the call was closed on Monday, 14 January 2013.

Swedish partners are coordinating 35 proposals, followed by Finland (26), Germany (12), Denmark(9), Latvia (5), Poland and Estonia (both 4) and Lithuania (1). More than two thirds of persons in charge in coordinating partners are male (70%) and most proposals are coordinated by research organisations (90), three coordinators are small enterprises and two other organisations.

Biggest number of partners is from Sweden – 199 but other BONUS states are well represented: Germany 128, Finland 123, Denmark 93, Poland 67, Estonia 53, Latvia 44 and Lithuania 29. There are 24 Russian partners in 19 proposals and a total of 22 partners from other EU countries in 14 of the preregistered proposals.

The final proposals on the viable ecosystem part of the BONUS call 2012 are due in latest by 14 February at 17.00 CET. The preregistered consortia are encouraged to begin working on final proposals immediately while the supportive eligibility checks are being carried out by BONUS. The outcome of the eligibility check will be communicated to the consortia via the BONUS Electronic Proposal Submission System as soon as possible. The outcome of the evaluation of the final proposals will be announced by BONUS in May 2013. www.bonusportal.org/call2012

The deadline for preregistrations for the SME led innovation part of the BONUS call 2012 is 12 February at 17.00 CET with the proposal submissions deadline a month later on 12 March 2013. www.bonusportal.org/inno2012


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