Creation date: June 7, 2018
Today, the European Commission unveiled its ambitious budget proposal for the next EU's research and innovation programme, Horizon Europe.
In total €100 bn was allocated to R&I in the next seven years, incl. €97.6 bn for Horizon Europe and €2.4 bn for the Euratom Research and Training Programme.
The Horizon Europe proposal builds on the success of the current programme, Horizon 2020. The interim evaluation of Horizon 2020 showed that the programme is on track to help create jobs and growth, tackle our biggest societal challenges and improve people's lives. It shows that the programme has clear European added value, producing demonstrable benefits compared to national or regional-level support.
While continuing to drive scientific excellence, Horizon Europe will introduce the following main new features:
For more information
Independent high-level reports:
LAB – FAB – APP: Investing in the European future we want : Report by the High Level Group on maximising the impact of EU research and innovation programmes chaired by Pascal Lamy
Europe is back: Accelerating breakthrough innovation: Report by the High Level Group on the European Innovation Council
Re-finding industry -Defining innovation by the High Level Strategy Group on industrial technologies chaired by Jürgen Rüttgers