HORIZON 2020 is one of the main pillars of the Europe 2020 strategy’s flagship initiative, the Innovation Union, aimed at increasing Europe’s global competitiveness. The HORIZON 2020 programme will fund all parts of the innovation chain, from idea to market, based on 3 main evaluation criteria: high-quality research, competitive industry, and benefit to the society.
You can find most of the already approved work programmes in the various fields of Horizon 2020 here.
EU 7th Joint Programme and HORIZON2020 projects
|Integrated Monitoring of Vaccines Effects in Europe: a platform to measure and compare|
effectiveness and impact of influenza and pneumococcal vaccines and vaccination strategies in the
|2018 -2020||Faculty of Medicine|
|INfraStructure in Proton International REsearch (INSPIRE)||2017 -2021||Faculty of Medicine|
|Joint action on tobacco control||2017 -2020||Faculty of Public Health|
|The role of human biomonitoring in assessing and managing chemical risks (HBM4EU)||2017 -2021||Institute of Neuroscience|
|Biodiversity Within and Between European Red Dairy Breeds (ReDiverse)||2017 -2020||Institute of |
|European research area on sustainable animal production systems (SusAn)||2016 -2020||Institute of |
|Ageing Trajectories of Health: Longitudinal Opportunities and Synergies (ATHLOS)||2015 -2020||Institute of Cardiology|
|Advancing knowledge for the clinical and public helath response to the 2019-nCoV epidemic||2020 -2021||Faculty of Medicine|