Leading members of the European Parliament are pushing for new initiatives to spread Horizon 2020’s proposed €80 billion in EU research and innovation funding more equitably across Europe, without abandoning its core principle of excellence.
Suggested measures for achieving this include matching richer universities with less well-off counterparts to apply for funding together in a new ‘twinning’ scheme, creating a grant programme for researchers who return to less-developed member states, and improving coordination between Horizon 2020 and...
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