Horizon 2020
The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation


E.g., 18-08-2017
E.g., 18-08-2017
  • Horizon 2020: two years on booklet
    In 2015 there was an increase in proposals by 25% compared to 2014, especially coming from businesses, whose number of applications increased by almost 27%.
  • If you were not able to attend INNOVEIT 2016, then you don't need to miss out! In the following pages we look more closely at some of the highlights from INNOVEIT 2016 and EIT Alumni CONNECT, and recap the actions planned, decisions made and conclusions drawn by the end of the three days.
  • Summary of the Personalised Medicine Conference 2016
    The Personalised Medicine Conference 2016 attracted 600 participants on site and over 2000 online. The report addresses the broader policy perspective and challenges by showcasing both integrated healthcare models in Member States and business approaches which involve patients more directly in their healthcare.
    This brochure shows an assessment of Horizon 2020 management and distribution throughout 2014-2015, with information including number of proposals and accepted applications, time-to-grant, key Horizon 2020 performance indicators, and more.
  • ICT-enabled public sector modernisation is one of the key priorities of Societal Challenge 6, part of the H2020 research programme. Public administrations should move towards an open government paradigm, composed of 3 axes: Open data, Open services and Open process. This brochure presents these themes and the projects focusing their activities in "Europe in a changing world - inclusive, innovative and reflective societes".
  • Cover page of the study
    The publication features twelve case studies of innovative SMEs with insightful international activity and a comprehensive analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) of European policy measures and infrastructure seeking to enhance such internationalisation. It is the first EU official study exploring explicitly and exclusively international cooperation in the field of innovation from a European SME perspective.
  • Developing a long-term research and innovation strategy to address the challenges facing agriculture, rural communites and society at large began in June 2015 at the Milan Expo. Now the process has ended and the final paper is available to download.
  • For Horizon 2020, the Commission has a legal obligation to monitor continually and systematically its implementation, to report annually and to disseminate the results of this monitoring. The first Annual Monitoring Report under Horizon 2020 is a comprehensive publication encompassing the analysis of Horizon 2020 through its calls closed in 2014
  • This Annual Report gives an overview of the activities and achievements of the European Research Council (ERC) in 2015, a year marked by the signing of the 5000th grant. By promoting excellence and supporting the best researchers, the ERC has established itself as an assential component of the EU's research funding system.
  • Patients are at the heart of the EU’s innovative medicines initiative (IMI) that seeks to speed up the development of more effective and safer medicines. Created in 2008 as a public-private partnership, IMI plays a leading role in the EU’s efforts to remove barriers to the discovery of new treatments. It does this through collaborative research projects and by building networks of industrial, academic experts, researchers, regulators, clinicians and patients.