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Multi-annual roadmaps for research and innovation cooperation with partner countries and regions: 2018 updates
The updated versions of the multi-annual roadmaps for cooperation in research and innovation with key partner countries and regions are now published.
The multi-annual roadmaps implement the EU strategy for international cooperation in research and innovation, laying out the current state of play and future areas for cooperation with twelve key partner countries (Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, South Africa, South Korea and United States) and six regions (Enlargement countries, Eastern Partnership, Southern Neighbourhood, ASEAN, African Union and CELAC). [Read more]
29 November 2018 - EU–Japan high level meeting on research and innovation cooperation
16 November 2018 - Twenty-third EU/Euratom-Switzerland Joint Research Committee
Open to the world
Research & innovation across borders
The EU is leading the way in many global partnerships and the results of our research and innovation contribute to the development and implementation of important commitments such as the UN Convention on Climate Change (COP21), the Convention on Biological Diversity, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and the Resolutions of the World Health Organization. This publication highlights the important value of implementing research and innovation through international cooperation
Open to the world! : why participate?
Horizon 2020 is the European Union's framework programme for research and innovation. Running from 2014 until 2020 with a budget of nearly €80 billion, Horizon 2020 is the biggest multinational research programme in the world.
Open to the world! : how to participate?
Horizon 2020 is the biggest multinational research programme in the world. It funds research in all areas of science and innovation. It is open to any natural persons or legal entities regardless of their place of residence or establishment.
Taking state-of-the-art avionics to the next level
By making the most of Distributed Modular Electronics in next-generation avionics, researchers with the EU-funded ASHLEY project are establishing Europe's position as a global leader in aviation innovation.