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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.
Commission hopes awards will help researchers find other sources of funding.
Updates of the model grant agreement.
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.
Researchers must have grants to win grants, new study says.
The European Commission’s flagship investment scheme is imbalanced towards the EU’s richest countries, according to a report by the European Investment Bank.
Study highlights the true cost of low success rates in Horizon 2020.
A critical autumn statement will begin to reveal science's place in the UK's post-Brexit identity.
Rich-get-richer effect in the EU research funding success
The EU Commission is canvassing views on whether the process of assessing research projects should be more open to public eyes.
Response to the recommendations of an external High Level Expert Group and a Staff Working Document in which the Commission services have evaluated FP7.
A political impasse and a mounting pile of debts pose a threat to research in Europe.
Horizon 2020 has a budget of £63bn, but don’t expect a share unless you’re in one of the wealthiest countries and have a string of articles published in top journals.
A new agreement with the European Union means that Swiss researchers are eligible for some Horizon 2020 grants.
Negotiations on the European budget could result in cuts to Horizon 2020, the European University Association has warned.
Es ist höchst eigenartig: Die Schweiz driftet, seit dem 9. Februar mit erhöhter Geschwindigkeit, auf eine gewaltige Bewährungsprobe zu, doch die politischen Parteien bleiben weitgehend stumm.
This document is the annual work programme for the European Research Council funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
Changes in scope and focus of European project anger factions of neuroscience community.
Demand for ERC Starting Grants stabilizes after Switzerland being not eligible for the first time.
At some point we must decide whether we want excellent science or nationally representative science.