Here we collect all the news about Horizon Europe and the calendar where you see what will happen in the future.
In Horizon Europe, the EU builds on the work of strengthening the impact of research and innovation that addresses global challenges and achieves the UN's sustainability goals. The European framework program for research and innovation has a budget of over € 95 billion and runs from 2021 to 2027.
We help and guide you who want to apply for funding within Horizon Europe. We can answer questions and tell you what support your project can get. You then apply for funding on the European Commission's website.
Horizon Europe differs from other framework funding terms of funding and participation. If you have specific questions about the basics of the regulations, you can contact our contact persons.
Small and medium-sized companies can get help from EUSME Support and the Enterprise Europe network.
Horizon Europe takes over where the previous program ends
Swedish companies, organizations and research institutions can, in the same term as the corresponding actors in other EU countries, apply for funding from the budget that has been proposed to be 94 billion euros.
This is done with the citizen in the center. Researchers get the opportunity to realize ideas in research and innovation. In addition to funding, the program also offers knowledge and experience exchange as well as networking with colleagues in and outside Europe.
The program is for all types of organizations in business, the public sector, research institutes, universities, colleges, companies, industry and civil society.
Horizon Europe will:
- strengthen the EU's scientific and technological base, as well as the European Research Area
- promote the EU's innovation capacity, competitiveness and job creation
- provide results on the issues that are most important to us all; maintain our socio-economic model and our values
A framework program with different orientations
The program has three main specializations, pillars, within which project can receive funding. The three pillars are Excellent science, Global challenges and European industrial competitiveness and Innovative Europe.
European Partnerships and Missions
The European Partnerships and Missions are part of the second pillar "Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness" and are key components of Horizon Europe. The European Partnerships is a collective name for various collaborations between the European Commission, the countries and other stakeholders. Missions are strategically oriented research and innovation initiatives where resources are concentrated on a few selected societal challenges.
Below are links for those who want to read more about Horizon Europe:
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