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New H2020 Work Programme out

VU International News and Reviews No. 101 November 20 2017

November 2017

The EU has published the H2020 work programme, showing how it will spend €30 billion of the EU research and innovation funding programme Horizon 2020 during the 2018-2020 period. Over that period, the Commission seeks a greater impact of its research funding by focusing on fewer topics such as migration, security, climate, clean energy and the digital economy. Over the next 3 years, the Commission will seek greater impact of its research funding by focusing on fewer, but critical topics such as migration, security, climate, clean energy and the digital economy. At the same time, H2020 will continue to fund ‘curiosity-driven science’ with nearly €1.86 billion.

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