In the last decade or so, funding authorities require, increasingly, that projects’ results will be also examined – beyond the scientific excellence – also the socio-economic impact and implication of the project and its results. This includes, but also goes beyond, the impact of the project and its results on relevant industries, on the civil society, on regulatory organs and practice, etc. Herein comes into the fore our deep knowledge of scientific methodology on the one hand and our intimate understanding of socio-economic realities and needs on the other. Thus, we can offer the exact approach that needs to appear in the proposal and later on, during the implementation of the project, the actual responsibility for the respective work package.