JUMP: Launch of 2020 Call

The 2020 JUMP (Pathfinder and Proof of Concept) Call is now open for proposals. The deadline for Pathfinder is Thursday, 30 January 2020, 14:00 CET, while the deadline for Proof of Concept is 25 September 2020, 14:00 CET. Please note: Only one Call in 2020!

The FNR JUMP programme (formerly PoC) is a competitive funding programme, open to all research domains, that is designed to help bridge the technical and funding gap between research-driven discoveries and their commercialisation/utilisation, thereby enhancing the impact of Luxembourg’s research on economy and society.

New for 2020

Each strand in the JUMP Call now has one deadline per year. (previously: 2 deadlines per year)

Pathfinder deadline is 30 January 2020, 14:00 CET, while the Proof of Concept deadline is 25 September 2020, 14:00 CET.

Pathfinder projects are now supported for up to 6 months (previously: 4 months)

Go to JUMP programme page

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JUMP highlights

From lab to startup: LuxAI and QTrobot – a robot to help children with autism

From lab to spin-off: NIUM – nutrition as a therapeutic tool

We need both: start-ups and research-based spin-offs, but they need different support measures to be successful

LALA: An innovative programme to help children learn to read

Spotlight on Young Researchers: German Castignani

“Over the past 15 years public R&D spending has increased 12 fold”

Spotlight on Young Researchers: Miguel Angel Olivares Mendez

Shifting the innovation gap in Luxembourg

POC: Pocket-sized intestines – the HuMiX model enables intestinal flora to be investigated under real conditions

Luxembourg researchers develop computer models for hundreds of bacterial strains

Better driving made easy thanks to Motion-S app

Study finds eating fiber prevents gut bacteria from eating you

Clear the stage for knowledge-based business ideas

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