Ministry of Science, Research and Arts Baden-Württemberg

The Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts represents key areas of Baden-Württemberg's policy. As the state's highest authority, its responsibilities extend to all of the state's universities, most of the non-university research institutions, the academic libraries and archives, and important art institutions in Baden-Württemberg.

Contact detail

  • Contact person

    Anja Lurson

  • Regional Address

    Königstrasse 46
    70173 Stuttgart

Ministry of Science, Research and Arts Baden-Württemberg

Strategic R&I Projects

Latest Updates

  • By Heidi Johansson

23 new Mission Cities awarded the Mission Label

During a dedicated session at the EU Research & Innovation Days, 23 new cities part of the EU Mission on 100 climate-neutral and smart cities were awarded the Mission Label for their plans to achieve climate neutrality by 2030. ERRIN is pleased to see that 15 cities are located in ERRIN member regions.

  • By Gianpiero Petruzziello

Ten European cities awarded with the EU Mission Cities Label

On 12 October, the European Commission awarded the first ten European cities with the Label of ‘EU Mission Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities’ for their plans to achieve climate-neutrality by 2030.  The EU Mission Label symbolises a crucial milestone, not only recognising the comprehensive plans of these cities to achieve climate neutrality by 2030 but also serves as a catalyst for facilitating access to both public and private funding to support these ambitious goals. 

  • By Allan Nordby Ottesen

HealthyRegions4all Interreg Europe Call

Haderslev Municipality and the Region of Southern Denmark are looking for partners for the project HealthyRegions4all Interreg Europe Call: In this project, we want to identify and test good efficient practices from other European countries on initiatives that take both physical, mental and social aspects of obesity into account to improve the health status among people with obesity related issues.

  • By Lucy Hammond

Rhine-Meuse Forum 2023: Call for abstracts Innovative projects in mobility and transport

Grand Est-Europe and the Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union are launching a call for abstracts for innovative projects in mobility and transports, in the framework of the Rhine-Meuse Forum to be held on 12 April 2023 in Brussels. A scientific poster session will offer the opportunity to project stakeholders to present their territorial or technological innovation actions carried out in the transport and mobility sectors. The call for papers is open until March 24, 2023.

  • By Ewa Chomicz

Take part in a survey and shape the future DT4REGIONS platform - deadline extended!

ERRIN’s DT4REGIONS project is gaining pace. We invite all regional and local administrations with an interest in digital transformation to take part in a survey as part of DT4REGIONS stakeholder mapping and capacity building efforts, carried out in collaboration with the Living-in.EU initiative. Gathered input will contribute to shaping the future DT4REGIONS platform.

  • By Ewa Chomicz

Welcome to DT4REGIONS: ERRIN embraces the next era of AI and Big Data for digital transformation of public services

As a partner in the new DT4REGIONS project, funded by the EU as a preparatory action proposed by the European Parliament, ERRIN will support Digital Transformation for Regions across Europe through a challenge-based platform enabling AI and Big Data collective solutions.