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15.06.2020

Europe to Keep Leading COVID-19 Pandemic and Crisis Recovery

Science Europe encourages EU Member States and Associated Countries to keep leading European and global projects to tackle the medical, social, and economic challenges brought on by COVID-19.

Science Europe Members Organisations can contribute with their expertise and experience to build the necessary collaborative approaches within Europe and across the world.

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This position paper discusses the successes and challenges of Horizon Europe and proposes ways forward to increase investment in R&I, while preserving academic freedom, open science, international collaboration, and R&I integration as foundational principles for the upcoming Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (FP10).

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