NanoBat application shortlisted for Innovation Radar Prize 2021

Since 2015, the European Commission has been awarding the annual Innovation Radar Prize to the best EU-funded innovators. This year, NanoBat partner QWED is among the 24 finalists competing for the 2021 Innovation Radar Prize.

QWED’s nominated application “QuickWave” is an extremely accurate electromagnetic simulator, tailor-made to users' needs. The innovative application is currently being upgraded within the scope of the Horizon 2020 project NanoBat.

QWED’s application was chosen from over 200 innovations submitted by EU-funded SMEs or universities/research institutions from across Europe. They are competing in three categories: “Innovation in Sustainability Tech”, “Innovation in Health Tech” and “Innovation in Disruptive Science”. The final 12 innovations will now be chosen in a public vote and are slated to participate in an e-pitching event on October 21, 2021.

We invite you to support QWED in their race for the prize! Cast your vote under this link. Voting is possible between September 23 and September 29, 2021.

More information on the Innovation Radar Prize is available here or on the website of the European Commission here.

About NanoBat

NanoBat aims to develop a novel nanotechnology toolbox for quality testing of Li-ion and beyond Lithium batteries. With numerous publications and workshops since its launch in April 2020, NanoBat is on track to realize its ambitious goals. As a partner in the NanoBat consortium, Eurice is responsible for project management, design and execution of the communication and dissemination activities as well as the strategic exploitation of the innovative project outcomes. Follow NanoBat’s journey on their website or on Facebook.