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MEPs have sung the praises of Horizon 2020 in a debate about its mid-term evaluation, and unanimously called for a bigger budget for its successor programme, Framework 9.
Horizon 2020 would need four times its budget to fund all of the high-quality proposals it receives, the interim evaluation of the programme has found.
Take proposals that should never have been submitted out of the figures, and the chances of winning funding look a lot brighter.
Canada’s experience with virtual panels shows that the status quo should be challenged, not accepted unthinkingly.
UK-based academics leading research infrastructures supported by funding from the European Commission are to begin moving their headquarters to other European Union member states from as early as 2019.
The next EU Framework programme after Horizon 2020 might allow full participation from large countries outside Europe and the surrounding region.
The European Commission has changed the Horizon 2020 model grant agreement, to try to address complaints about low salary levels among the newer 13 member states.
Being based in an English-speaking country is the most significant factor in boosting a researcher’s likelihood of being published in a high-impact medical journal, a study has suggested.
The UK’s departure from the EU is an opportunity to rebrand all of Europe as intellectually open, collaborative and dynamic.
The research commissioner Carlos Moedas has named the panel of 15 advisers who will steer the launch of the European Innovation Council.
The Swiss parliament approved a law to limit immigration by giving its residents priority access to employment vacancies, in an effort to shore up ties with the EU.
Member states are planning to halve an expected increase to both Horizon 2020 and the Erasmus+ budget between 2017 to 2020.
An unbending reward system prevents early-career researchers taking full advantage of the digital world.
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If you’re not willing to communicate your research, you shouldn’t be doing it, says Anne Glover.
Colin Macilwain presents five take-home messages from today's Framework 9 event in Brussels.
The European Commission’s flagship investment scheme is imbalanced towards the EU’s richest countries, according to a report by the European Investment Bank.
A critical autumn statement will begin to reveal science's place in the UK's post-Brexit identity.
The Council of the EU looks set to ask the European Research Council to consider setting up a new category of grants to help student researchers establish their careers.
EuroScience Open Forum 2016 Special Issue of Research Europe