Expertise France supports Euro-Mexican cooperation for research and innovation


EU-MEX INNOVA is a bilateral initiative funded by the European Commission (FP7 INCO). The project, launched in September 2013 with a duration of 3 years and with a budget of €960,000, aims at reinforcing Euro-Mexican cooperation for research and innovation.


Mexican and European research centres, universities and competitiveness clusters are therefore invited to:

  • increase the level of the exchange of information, and to share publications and funding opportunities, virtually and through events or workshops held by the consortium [1];
  • develop innovating projects to benefit from European funding opportunities provided by the Horizon 2020 Programme.

Expertise France, as a member of the consortium, is in charge of the project's institutional communication which includes the feeding of the portal and the Facebook page, the creation of promotional tools for events, and the distribution of a newsletter.

Read the latest newsletter of the project, in a bilingual English/Spanish version, including an article on Expertise France.

By Muriel Santoro
July 2015

[1] The consortium is led by the Mexican leader CONACYT and includes Expertise France and BPI France (France), APRE (Italy), Madrimasd and MINECO (Spain), Fraunhofer (Germany) and COPARMEX (Mexico).

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