Horizon 2020 is an EU programme for research and innovation. It aims at tackling major concerns shared by all Europeans such as climate change, developing sustainable transport and mobility, making renewable energy more affordable, ensuring food safety and security, or coping with the challenge of an ageing population. Running from 2014 to 2020, it is meant to not only support the best research, but also focus on how to turn great ideas into innovative products and services, therefore giving a boost to the European economy and improving people's quality of life.
The projects presented in this video stockshots are part of the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) and illustrate some of the types of research that Horizon 2020 will support. #H2020SHOTLIST
Type: Stockshots [long] Reference: I-075812 Date: 16/01/2013 Duration: 48:27 DG:Directorate-General for CommunicationLocation:Aachen,Arnhem,Brussels,Dublin - Trinity College,Eschweiler,Hasselt,Ispra - EC/Joint Research Centre,Lausanne,Lausanne - Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne,Modena,Nijmegen,Paris - École normale supérieure,Sweden,Switzerland,Turku - University Hospital,Vigevano Thesaurus: Framework programme for research and technical development, Framework programme for research and technical development, Framework programme for research and technical development, Innovation,Research and development Personalities:Anja Mieth,Anne-Sophie Chauvin,Carine Moitier,Catherine Simoneau,Daniel Meier,Eddo Hoekstra,Erik Coelingh,Jessi Posti,Juliana Silva Felix,Laimonas Bartusis,Mercedes Peltzer,Michael Grätzel,Oguzan Yavuz,Pablo Crutzen,Paul Liska,Rolandas Žakelis,Sandro Valzacchi,Serge Haroche,Toby Meyer,Toscan Bennett
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