Innosuisse is promoting six new NTN Innovation Booster

Innosuisse has been supporting 12 NTN Innovation Boosters for a year now. Their goal is to promote more radical innovation ideas in Switzerland. The Innovation Council has now selected six more initiatives. These will start their work in January 2022 and will enrich the existing subject portfolio.

Parliament gives Innosuisse more leeway for innovation promotion

Innosuisse is to be given more flexibility in funding. In the winter session, both councils adopted the revision of the Federal Act on the Promotion of Research and Innovation with various amendments.

Innosuisse elects six new members of the Innovation Council

The Board of Directors of Innosuisse has elected six new members to the Innovation Council. Nathalie Casas, Alethia de Leon, Nicole Herzog, Samira Jafari, Malick Kane and Claudia Pletscher will join the innovation funding agency from January 2022.
Approved Flagships 2021

Innosuisse approves 15 flagships

In the first call for flagships, Innosuisse approved 15 applications. With the funding initiative Flagship, Innosuisse aims to give a boost to systemic innovations that are central to current economic and social challenges in Switzerland.

BRIDGE: «The high level of interest confirms the funding programme’s added value»

After the four-year pilot phase, the SNSF and Innosuisse are taking positive stock of the joint BRIDGE funding programme. They have increased the budget for the period 2021-2024.

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