The INNO+ Catalogue is a knowledge base for prioritising future societal partnerships in innovation. The main aim of the programme was to provide politicians with the information they need to prioritise support for innovations that can create growth and solutions to societal challenges. In developing the catalogue, stakeholders proposed almost 500 focus areas, participated in meetings and workshops around the country and co-authored the contents of the proposed focus areas.
The selected 21 focus areas fell within six categories: 1) innovative transport, environment and urban development; 2) innovative food production and bioeconomy; 3) innovative health solutions; 4) innovative production; 5) innovative digital solutions; and 6) innovative energy solutions. Apart from guiding politicians, the catalogue acts as inspiration and guide to people working in research and innovation. In the process of describing the focus areas and possible solutions, different transdisciplinary collaborations were also suggested and encouraged.