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EU R&D partnerships ‘should be more involved in missions’

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Expert group also calls for stronger “joint ownership” of partnerships

The EU’s research and innovation partnerships should be more involved in the bloc’s new ‘missions’ focused on societal challenges, an expert group has advised.

Public-public and public-private partnerships have long been co-funded by the EU R&I programme. Forty-nine such partnerships are supported by the current Horizon Europe programme, in areas including the development of medical treatments and transport decarbonisation, and have been allocated about a quarter of its €95.5bn seven-year budget.

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