On 11 September 2019, the European Commission has opened a public consultation on Institutionalised partnerships that will run under Horizon Europe, the next EU research and innovation programme (2021-2027). See the news here.

The aim of the open consultation is to collect feedback on the overall need for and focus of the proposed Institutionalised Partnerships. The input collected will feed into the impact assessment work.

The consultation will soon reach its closing date on 6 November 2019, so hurry up and have your say. The related online survey is accessible here.

Read more

UK participation in Horizon Europe


As the United Kingdom is no longer an EU member state, the country’s participation in Horizon Europe has been clarified with the conclusion of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement on 31 December 2020. The UK will continue to contribute financially to the programme and its researchers can still participate in projects.
Read more

Horizon Europe webinar series


Discover our thematic webinars on the different building blocks of Horizon Europe for the first months of 2021.
Read more

Tips and tricks for stakeholders beginning with European R&I projects


Discover the EU RDI Newcomers session and get more information about Horizon Europe and the first essential steps for a good start.
Read more

Tips and tricks for stakeholders with advanced European R&I project experience


The session looks at the evolution from Horizon 2020 to Horizon Europe and is tailored for advanced stakeholders with previous European R&I projects experience.
Read more

"Participating in European programmes”


With Horizon Europe, Luxembourg companies can apply to European calls for proposals, gain greater visibility and develop new international networks. Sanna Alaranta, Advisor - European R&D and Innovation Support at Luxinnovation, provides more information.
Read more

All news