Sharing intelligence and views on the EU’s main research and innovation programme
Science|Business journalists and experts in Brussels, together with our partners in the Science|Business Network, are closely following developments of the EU’s research framework programmes, Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe, which aim to boost innovation in Europe until 2020 and beyond.
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After months of fighting, member states agree UK, Israeli or other non-EU researchers can join Horizon’s most sensitive projects – on condition they provide ‘necessary assurances’ that their participation won’t harm the EU’s strategic interests
To date, the Commission has funded around 50 separate projects to create ‘a world wide web for research data’. Starting in June, a new public private partnership aims to streamline this system to make it a truly Open Science Cloud
As a service to the EU research and innovation community, Science|Business is gathering formal position papers on the future Framework Programme. If you would like to submit your organisation’s paper, email [email protected].