It Is Time to Clarify Who Funds What Research in Europe

A more strategic approach is needed to the co-ordination between regional, national, and European research activities and to the initiatives supporting them. That is the main message of the Policy Brief ‘On Public-to-Public Partnerships and the Next Framework Programme for Research and Innovation’, released today by Science Europe. The Policy Brief is presented at today’s 2017 Annual Joint Programming Conference ‘Co-designing Public-to-Public Partnerships for the next Framework Programmes’ in Brussels. The document presents policy makers with the Science Europe view on how to better organise regional, national, and European research efforts.

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News

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(04/09/18) Science without publication paywalls: cOAlition S for the realisation of full and immediate Open Access... read more

(11/07/2018) Research funders making Open Access a reality by 2020...read more

(08/06/2018) Science Europe has published its reaction to the European Commission's Proposal on Horizon Europe…read more

(01/06/2018) Rosa Menéndez (CSIC) was elected as Science Europe Vice-President... Read more

(31/05/18) Science Europe held its 2018 High-Level Workshop on the topic of Mission-oriented Research… Read more

(02/05/18) The proposed budget for Horizon Europe is an increase, but less than required… Read more

(07/02/18) Stephan Kuster is the new Secretary General of Science Europe… Read more

(02/02/2018) Science Europe and NWO have launched an initiative to align RDM policies across Europe… Read more

Documents

Science Without Publication Paywalls: cOAlition S for the Realisation of Full and Immediate Open Access... read more