Scientific experts, companies and universities
Last September, we released QuestPair beta containing functionalities for businesses to post cases to which scientific experts can apply with ideas and proposals. After negotiations, businesses can decide which scientific expert to hire for a project or to start a collaboration. Since our launch, hundreds of companies and experts have registered and the first projects
Scientific research, consultancy and reviewing services
Rapid scientific advancements enable the development of exciting new technologies. More than ever before this involves multidisciplinary challenges requiring skills and know-how from physics, chemistry, biology, and informatics. This level of complexity often makes it harder for companies to define and describe to universities and research organisations which type of expert they want to hire.
Solar panels field - Green Deal goals, SMEs and sustainable business models
At QuestPair we have reviewed some of the current available resources to help small and medium companies taking on new challenges: meeting EU Green Deal Goals, adopting new circular economy business models, saving resources and expenses with more energy efficient plans.

QuestPair beta release

Scientific expert and consultant
We are proud to announce that we have launched a beta version of QuestPair! Early registration is now open for new users. We encourage businesses to post their requests of scientific and technological expertise, and scientists to apply with their ideas and solutions. QuestPair’s beta version already includes functionalities that enable clients such as companies
Over the last year, and as part of our SME Instrument Phase I project, we have performed an in-depth study to better understand the problems experienced by companies, scientists and universities. Companies and organisations often rely on external scientific expertise to develop their products or consultancy to solve technical problems. A recurring problem is that

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Funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
QuestPair received SME instrument Phase I funding
from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research
and innovation programme under grant agreement No 876127