With association finally signed off, the UK is making moves to boost its participation in the EU research programme. To get things moving, the government will offer young scientists up to £10K to help with grant applications and is launching a marketing blitz to let researchers across Europe know the UK is back in the game
Portugal’s former research minister, Manuel Heitor, will chair the group advising the Commission on the next seven-year EU research programme. The group will be striving for impact - and the budget will be a critical issue, Heitor tells Science|Business
With COP28 underway in the United Arab Emirates, universities and funders face a dilemma over whether and how to investigate stratospheric aerosol injection, a potential last-ditch resort for climate change
As part of the AUKUS security pact, Australia wants to make dual use research collaborations with the US and UK seamless. But new legislation to achieve this goal could seriously hinder work with the EU, universities are warning
A deal for Canada to join the EU’s big R&D programme sets off a flurry of preparation by universities, government agencies. Grant applications could start next year under a ‘transitional arrangement’, say EU officials
Countries from outside the EU have no formal power in shaping the framework programme, and risk exclusion from sensitive calls. As they make up an ever-bigger part of Horizon, that could generate political tensions
As the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) drafts an international accord on pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response, this report fleshes out a number of measures that could help the world prepare for the next pandemic.
In a first of a series of network events exploring what future non-European collaboration in Horizon could look like, this event gathered together international experts who have taken part in Horizon Europe or its predecessor, Horizon 2020. Read the report to see what they had to say.