E-bulletin 32/14.6.2013

The first BONUS funded innovation projects will be announced in late 2013

The initial information on the outcome of the evaluation of proposals submitted to the BONUS call 2012: Innovation is being communicated today to the consortia

Based on the evaluation by independent experts, the BONUS EEIG will take a decision on the list of proposals for which negotiations of the grant agreement can proceed. The BONUS Secretariat will inform the coordinators of the proposals proceeding to negotiations in early July 2013. The projects to be funded will be announced once the grant agreement negotiations have been completed in late 2013.

The first ever ‘Innovation’ projects funded by BONUS will commence their work by early 2014. The projects will last a maximum of three years.

The next BONUS call (the BONUS call 2013) will be announced later in the autumn.

For further updates and information about BONUS calls, visit the BONUS website at www.bonusportal.org and subscribe to the BONUS e-bulletin at www.bonusportal.org/bulletin.

From the news room: A total of EUR 15 million requested by the proposals submitted to the BONUS call 2012: Innovation (BONUS news room, 21 March 2013)

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