Document anticipates the deployment of 14,7 thousand million euros

The European Commission approved the main Work Programme of Horizon Europe for the 2021-2022 period, a document in which the goals and specific thematic areas which will receive a total of 14,7 thousand million euros in financing for research and innovation are defined.

The Horizon Europe programme aims to aid the acceleration of the green and digital transition, to contribute to a sustainable recovery from the pandemic and to the resilience of the European Union against future crisis. It intends, moreover, to support European researchers in the construction of more interlinked and efficient innovation ecosystems, as well as to create world-class research infrastructures.

The main Work Programme of Horizon Europe is divided into various working programmes divided into themes or Clusters. Each Cluster has its own work programme and it is within these documents that one can find the tenders and topics that will open in 2021-2022, in addition to their specific conditions, opening dates and deadlines.

The first Work Programmes were published in the Funding and Tenders Portal and can be found by Cluster:

- Cluster 1 – Health;

- Cluster 2 – Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society;

- Cluster 3 – Civil Security for Society;

- Cluster 4 – Digital, Industry and Space;

- Cluster 5 – Climate, Energy and Mobility;

- Cluster 6 - Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment.

Horizon Europe is the ninth Research and Innovation Framework Programme for the European Union and will play a crucial role in the recovery and preparation of a greener, more digital and inclusive Europe.

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