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Proposed cut to EU research programme for 2014-2020?

Materials Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) : 20 February, 2013  (New Product)
Early indications are that the budget of the next EU research programme, named Horizon 2020, could be set at Euro 69 billion in the EU’s 2014-2020 budget despite scientists’ calls for continued support for research and innovation.

However, MEPs are reported to be unhappy with this proposed reduction in the original allocation of Euro 80 billion for Horizon 2020, and may vote to block the budget cuts. It has been announced that MEPs will be allowed to vote on the budget in a secret ballot within the next 3 months.

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