What is Horizon Europe?
Horizon Europe is the 2021-2027 EU flagship programme for research and innovation which sets the best minds in Europe and the rest of the world to work to deliver excellent solutions to the key issues of our time, supporting the EU’s policy priorities and building a better future for the next generation in Europe.
With Horizon Europe, the EU will invest EUR 95.5 billion in research and innovation that will shape the future of Europe, making it the most ambitious research and innovation programme ever introduced by EU.
This includes EUR 5.4 billion from the Next Generation EU instrument, particularly to support the green and digital recovery from the COVID crisis. The budget is divided amongst four pillars and 15 components to create a programme that will support all the areas of Research and Innovation: excellent science, global challenges and industrial competitiveness, innovative Europe and widening participation and strengthening the European Research Area
The main objective of ScienceUs is to create an EU wide network of interconnected citizen science projects.
Convocatoria de ayudas para la preparación y gestión de proyectos europeos y facilitar la atracción de talento internacional
La convocatoria estará abierta hasta el próximo 8 de Junio de 2023 y financiará actividades para atraer y retener talento internacional y actividades para facilitar la entrada en proyectos de Horizon Europe de entidades españolas.
Interesting webinar on tips and tricks for the preparation of successful proposals to Horizon Europe
Our director Macarena Sanz, has given a webinar in collaboration with the Fundación Parque de la Salud de Granada on tips and tricks to design and write a European proposal for Horizon Europe.
De la mano de Macarena Sanz directora de la consultora IDConsortium, comenzaremos con unas recomendaciones previas al proceso de escritura de la propuesta para Horizonte Europa.
KU Leuven, ILVO, Rikolto, Odissee Hogeschool and the Fachhochschule Südwestfalen bundle their forces in the development of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Business Models for Sustainable Farming.
EIC Transition projects should address both technology and market/business dimensions where iterative learning processes based on early customer feedback are possible.
FAIR and open data sharing in support to European preparedness for COVID-19 and other infectious diseases
Project results are expected to contribute to all the following expected outcomes: European researchers and public health actors fighting the spread of infectious diseases, federation of viral and human infectious disease data from national and international centres; development of digital tools and data analytics for pandemic and outbreak preparedness.
This topic aims at supporting activities that are enabling or contributing to the development of large-scale, COVID-19 cohorts and networks worldwide, including beyond Europe’s borders, forging links with European initiatives as a global response to the pandemic.
EIC Pathfinder Open may support your work, especially if it is highly risky: you may set out to try things that will not work; you may be faced with questions that nobody knows the answer to yet; you may realise that there are many aspects of the problem that you do not master. On the contrary, if the path you want to follow is incremental by nature or known, EIC Pathfinder Open will not support you.
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