Arctic Therapeutics has been selected as one of Europe’s high potential Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to be awarded funding from the European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator. Arctic Therapeutics will receive $13.3M from the Accelerator, consisting of a $2.7M grant from the EIC combined with a $10.
Carbfix, the established climate innovation company that turns CO2 into stone, has received approximately $117M from the European Union’s Innovation Fund. This is bigger than all previous grants from the EU to Iceland. This grant will be used to construct a CO2 Mineral Storage Terminal called Coda Terminal located
Mint Solutions, along with partners in Belgium and the UK, has received a €2.4m grant from the EU’s Horizon 2020 Fast Track to Innovation. Total cost of the project, including contribution from partners, is €3m. From the press release: MedEye expanding in UK and Long Term Care with