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European Innovation Council - Pathfinder beneficiaries

European Innovation Council - Pathfinder beneficiaries

Pathfinder projects are ambitious, novel science-towards-technology companies. 
Pathfinder technologies are results of high risk / high gain research approaches and are technology concepts that challenge current paradigms.
Participating SMEs share a radical vision and have the potential to create the foundations of new markets and to disrupt existing ones.

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Who are EIC Pathfinder beneficiaries?

With its Pathfinder programme the EIC supports the exploration of bold ideas for radically new technologies. It welcomes the high-risk / high gain and interdisciplinary science collaborations that underpin technological breakthroughs. 

Pathfinder goes beyond what is already known. Visionary thinking can open up promising avenues towards powerful new technologies.

Participants in EIC Pathfinder projects are typically visionary scientists, entrepreneurial researchers and, research organisations, start-ups, high-tech SMEs and industrial stakeholders interested in technological research and innovation.

Projects typically involve consortia of researchers and other partners from at least three different countries, but there are also opportunities for individual teams and small consortia (two partners).

Grants of up to 3 to 4 million euro support early stage development of future technologies, up to proof of concept. Pathfinder projects can also receive additional funding for testing the innovation potential of their research outputs.

For more information, visit this site: https://eic.ec.europa.eu/eic-funding-opportunities/eic-pathfinder_en

If you have any questions, please contact mc.chumacerovalle@ext.bpifrance.fr or arelique.nguyen@bpifrance.fr