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Study calls for fewer and narrower cross-cutting issues in EU R&D

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Horizon 2020 programme had too many and overlapping political priorities, study finds

There should be fewer and narrower cross-cutting political priorities in the EU’s research and innovation programme than there have been in the past, according to a new study.

In the 2014-20 Horizon 2020 R&I programme, the European Commission provided incentives for funded projects to take action on 15 political priorities, which it called cross-cutting issues.

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