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14.01.2016

Strategic Priorities, Funding and Pan-European Co-operation for Research Infrastructures in Europe

The demand for Research Infrastructures is high throughout all fields of science. However, the available funds for capital investment and running costs are generally limited and do not nearly meet the demand. Effective allocation of available funds and effective operation of facilities is therefore important in order to serve the scientific community in the best possible way.

DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5060064

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