The government promotes Horizon Europe and responds to concerns about international students
Given £450,000 to spend on scientific innovation, a small girl would invent a zip wire connecting to her friends’ houses. Her mother likes the idea but would add stopping-off points to buy things—like gin. A man would prefer to blow it on artificial intelligence dogs that don’t need feeding.
This is the video accompanying the government’s campaign to maximise UK participation in Horizon Europe, the EU’s research and innovation programme, which awards grants worth an average of £450,000 to academics, researchers and businesses.