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Horizon 2020 participation improved


Denmark has increased the proportion of funds won from the EU’s Horizon 2020 research programme from 2.3 per cent in March to 2.6 per cent in November.

The Danish government announced on 6 December that the country’s researchers had to date taken home €300 million from Horizon 2020 and participated in 455 projects.

Danes fared especially well in the Societal Challenges pillar, where they won 3.5 per cent of the total funding. In the Excellent Science pillar, Denmark received 2.8 per cent, whereas in the Industrial Leadership pillar they received 1.4 per cent.

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