EUNCL present at EU-US workshop on H2020

A delegation from EUNCL has been invited to attend an EU-US workshop on H2020, the European Union's main instrument for funding research and innovation activities from 2014 to 2020. Horizon 2020 focuses on three overarching priorities – excellent science, industrial leadership and societal challenges and is open to participants from anywhere in the world.


Funding opportunities under Horizon 2020 are set out in biennial work programmes, which cover the majority of support available. The European Commission prepares these work programmes. The new work programme for 2016-2017 adopted on October 13, 2015 gives rise to an EU contribution of almost €16 billion to research and innovation investment over the next two years.

During the presentations the main elements of Horizon 2020 have been described in terms of content, types of activities funded, forms of participation, the rules, which apply, etc. The different types of international cooperation, which Horizon 2020 can accommodate – at individual researcher, collaborative project or program level have also been described.

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