Sony Research Award Program 2021

Sony Research Award Program 2021 is intended to foster partnership with university faculty and researchers.  

It will support university research and innovation in 17 European countries*, U.S., Canada and India with awards of up to $150,000 USD per year for each accepted proposal.

TechBooster - innovation in life sciences

The Fondazione Pietro Pittini created a new initiative to match university students and business word in FVG Region in order to create innovation in particular in the life sciences sector. This new project is Tech Booster and include a period of training and stage in bio-high-tech companies. 

SISSA will bring its experience in the field of innovation and in particular of Data Science

Autoimprenditorialità: essere imprenditori oggi

A course on self-employment promoted by Scuola Universitaria Superiore Sant'anna di Pisa and Scuola Alti Studi IMT di Lucca.

The course will be in Italian.

Here below the full program.


SISSA is boosting innovation according to EU Innovation Radar

A new technology related to ByAxon was recognized as a high potential and a women-led innovation

Smart Export: the digital academy for innovation

"Smart Export - the digital academy for innovation" is an innovative online training project that was born from the collaboration between MAECI, the Agenzia ICE and CRUI, which aims to promote the internationalization process of Italian SMEs, providing the digital and managerial skills necessary to successfully deal with foreign markets.

Junior Innovation Consultant - Open Factory e Open Italy 2021

The Innovation Bootcamp initiative aimed at young innovators.

The Innovation Bootcamp is an opportunity promoted by the ELIS Consortium as part of the OPEN ITALY and OPEN FACTORY 2021 to train new professional figure: the Junior Innovation Consultant.

The deadline to participate is: 1st April 2021

More information here


Canada-Italy Innovation Award 2021 - Call for proposal

This award provides funding to Italian innovation experts, researchers, scientists, start-uppers, creative industry professionals, and innovative individuals to develop collaborative projects with Canadian partners. Projects have to address to building new ways to live and work together in order to adapt to and mitigate impacts of COVID-19. The value of an award will be up to maximum of € 3.000

The deadline for application is: 1st April 2021