The essential guide to the European Union’s next research and innovation programme, by the editors of Europe’s top news service about Horizon and related R&D programmes
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From January 2021, the EU is due to launch its biggest-ever research programme, Horizon Europe. But preparations for it are already underway – inside ministries, universities, research labs, multinationals and start-up companies across Europe and beyond.
At €94.1 billion, Horizon Europe – successor to the current €77 billion Horizon 2020 – will be a major source or R&D funding, in all disciplines and sectors: health, energy, digital, manufacturing, materials, aerospace, automotive, food and agriculture, security – plus social sciences, humanities, genomics, physics, nutrition, mathematics, economics, AI and more. And, unique among major research programmes in the world, Horizon Europe will actively seek out non-EU researchers and companies – from Canada to Japan and beyond.
Several details of the programme remain to be settled over the next year, but already prospective applicants are starting to think about what projects, partnerships and proposals they will launch. This easy-to-read, plain-language guide, by the editors of the popular Science|Business news service, will be an invaluable aid to understanding and preparing for the programme. It includes:
- Overview and explanation of the programme
- How to apply – eligibility, reimbursement, contractual terms – plus tips for success
- All about research “missions” and partnerships – the core of the programme
- All about the Horizon funding agencies: ERC, EIC, EIT and more
- Open to the world: eastern Europe, EU neighbours and non-European partners
- The politics and final steps on the road to programme launch
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