Horizon 2020
The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation

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E.g., 20-08-2017
E.g., 20-08-2017
  • The science dissemination initiative called European Researchers' Night within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions was again a success in its last version in September 2016. This Europe wide public and open event aims to raise awareness about research, dispel stereotypes about researchers and entice young people to take up a research career in the future.
  • For policy-makers in Europe, scientific, engineering and technological innovations offer opportunities to improve life for European citizens and provide benefits for sustainable development worldwide.
  • This short video animation will guide you through the first steps you will need to take to apply to Horizon 2020.
  • Find out more about Horizon 2020 in this three minute animation clip which will give you a general overview of the programme specifics.
  • Coralie Chanvillard is an early stage researcher undertaking a PhD in Berlin, under the ITN Grant of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie programme. This grant gave her the opportunity to gain plenty of scientific experience and to do part of her research in other European Union Member States. She is researching her PhD in Immunology in Berlin at the Hospital Charité. Her research is on multiple sclerosis.
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