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The European Union’s Horizon 2020 funded in May eight new energy-efficiency projects covering 26 countries.


The European Commission has recently published the “Horizon 2020 Monitoring Report”. The report provides data and statistics about the Horizon 2020 calls for proposals of 2015, in terms of participation and awarding decisions.

Wednesday, 20 April 2016 11:20

Horizon 2020 Monitoring Report 2014 is Out !

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The first Annual Monitoring Report under Horizon 2020 is a comprehensive publication which provides an analysis of Horizon 2020 based on calls closed in 2014.


Interested in the upcoming R&I EU programme "Horizon2020" and active in the life sciences /health area? Then get informed about the new structure and the opportunities for SMEs!...

Evaluation of the 115 proposals submitted in September 2014 in answer to Horizon 2020's Societal Challenge "Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials" has now been completed and grant agreements for 28 new projects are being prepared.


An excellent opportunity for potential participants to network, to receive answers to their questions and to understand the new, and simplified, rules for participation under Horizon 2020


Wednesday, 26 July 2017 11:41

Horizon 2020 country performance - data updated July 2017

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The European Commission monitors the Horizon 2020 performance of the various EU Members States, Associated Countries and Third Countries too.

Their data are a valuable instrument to evaluate the performance of the different States, with regard to:


The European Commission today welcomed the European Parliament's adoption of Horizon 2020, the next EU research and innovation programme


The European Commission is currently planning the development of Horizon 2020 Work Programmes for the final years of the programme, 2018-2020.

By 1 December 2014 the first 100 calls had closed. A publication to present the degree to which the programme has attracted newcomers - both as participants and as expert evaluators - , the involvment of SMEs and the proportion of women experts.