EUREKA is a European research initiative with the goal of motivating cross-border co-operation between industry and research institutions in the area of technological research and development. The initiative aims at concentrating the existing potential of specialists, know-how, research facilities, and financial resources in Europe in order to make more efficient use of all these elements. In this way, EUREKA contributes to the competitiveness of European industry on the world marketplace.
EUREKA is a long-established public network, present in over 40 countries. Full members: all countries of the European Union, FYROM, Iceland, Israel, Monaco, Montenegro, Norway, Russian Federation, San Marino, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and the European Commission. National Information Points (NIP): Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Associated countries: Canada, the Republic of Korea and South Africa.