The support aims to contribute to growth in the research-intensity of the Estonian economy, supporting collaboration between R&D institutions and companies. Furthermore, the support will help to raise the capabilities of R&D institutions to carry out applied research needed for business in smart specialisation growth areas.
The conditions for the activity ‘Support for applied research in smart specialisation growth areas’ were approved by the Minister of Education and Research with Regulation No. 40 on 21 August 2015.
Materials about the measure “Applied research in smart specialisation growth areas”:
List of Estonian research institutions
Guidelines for a Development Plan (updated, valid from Sept 5, 2019)
For further information please visit: Applied research in smart specialisation growth areas: NUTIKAS.