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Horizon Europe ‘must balance’ research and innovation

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The EU’s next R&D programme should provide balanced support from the earliest stages of research through to the final stages of innovation, universities and funders have said.

The push for balance in Horizon Europe came in responses to a call for feedback on the 2021-27 programme and the nomination of the next EU R&D commissioner.

Science Europe, an association of research funders and performers, said in a summary of feedback it published on 16 September that Horizon Europe should support research and innovation at all technology-readiness levels—a measure of nearness to market—in each of its themed collaborative funding “clusters”.

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