ENRICH in the USA is a Horizon 2020 initiative to establish a Network of European Research and Innovation Centres throughout the United States of America. ENRICH USA acts as a central contact point for European research and innovation actors seeking to grow and reinforce collaboration across the Atlantic.

The mission of the Network is to provide standardised as well as tailor-made, research,  & innovation internationalisation support services to European researchers and innovators, to accelerate access to the US market, and maximise chances of success. The initiative started in April 2017.

ENRICH in the USA Project invites you to join the

EU-US Research Connection Symposium

Wednesday, August 8, 2018
13:00 PM – 19:30 PM EST

Lincoln Room, Washington Hilton
1919 Connecticut Ave. NW,
Washington, DC 20009

Have a research topic in mind? Looking for a collaborator in Europe?
Interested in learning from your European colleagues?
Or do you want to learn best practices in global research collaboration?

This Research Connection Symposium aims to bring EU and US researchers and research administrators & managers together to engage in an effective dialogue to establish and strengthen transatlantic research collaborations. As a part of the ENRICH in the USA Project, NCURA has co-organized this year’s symposium to be a follow-on activity of their Annual Meeting in August in Washington, D.C.

The project has selected 18 European researchers and research managers, representing 10 European countries, to travel to the symposium. At the symposium, EU researchers will be presenting their work and identifying their research needs to potential US partners.

Join this research match-making symposium to find your next transatlantic research project partners!

Match-making Topics:

  • Health and Pharma
  • ICT
  • Energy and Green Economy
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Transportation

Check out the agenda and register here.


To receive more information about our current European participants, please contact:
Claire Chen, chen@ncura.edu or Dana Gresham, gresham@ncura.edu.