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  • (February 3, 2016)
    Application for coordinator support
    Categories : Application Forms
    Authors : Daly, Anne-Marie
  • (December 8, 2017)
    The aim of this aid is to support the preparation of targeted, large scale activities in Horizon 2020, led by an academic institution, centre or principal.
    Categories : Application Forms
    Authors : Daly, Anne-Marie
  • (March 3, 2016)
    The aim of the Travel Support is to facilitate participation in the Horizon 2020 Programme.
    Categories : Application Forms
    Authors : Ireland, Enterprise
  • (March 2, 2016)
    Application form for ERC support
    Categories : Application Forms,ERC
    Authors : Ireland, Enterprise
  • (March 3, 2016)
    Enterprise Ireland provides financial supports for H2020 (including COST) participants based in Ireland’s higher education institutions and research performing organisations.
    Categories : Application Forms,Better Society
    Authors : Ireland, Enterprise
  • (January 21, 2015)
    Gender equality in research and innovation is a key element of Horizon 2020 and is mainstreamed as a cross-cutting issue throughout the programme.
    Categories : EU Publications,Example Category,Fact Sheets
    Authors : 2020 Europe, Horizon,Henry, David
  • (January 21, 2015)
    Factsheet: Horizon 2020 budget
    Categories : Example Category,Fact Sheets
    Authors : 2020 Europe, Horizon,Henry, David
  • (February 15, 2018)
    The recent interim evaluation of Horizon 2020 confirmed that the programme is highly successful and well on track to achieve its objectives: stimulating excellent science, building industrial leadership, and providing solutions to the challenges that our society faces. In doing this, Horizon 2020 is an important contributor to the Juncker Commission priorities. This brochure provides a snapshot of the programme’s main achievements after three full years of implementation (2014- 2016). For the first time, some early trends can be glimpsed from the year-on-year evolution of key monitoring data such as success rates, SME participation, and project evaluation. We take heart from the clear indications of its attractiveness and accessibility. Some 55% of applicants are newcomers, and the share of funding awarded to SMEs surpassed the 20% target. Continuing efforts to simplify the programme are paying off, with a shorter average time now taken to sign grants than ever before. The quality of applications is also striking – a very high proportion of proposals are assessed as high-quality by independent evaluators. Horizon 2020 would have required an extra EUR 66.3 billion in order to fund all the high-quality proposals received so far. Three years on, a closer look at the results and project examples illustrated in this brochure clearly show the enormous potential in Europe for excellent research and innovation, and how in turn this can have a real impact on our economy and society. We will work hard to ensure that Horizon 2020 can be even more successful during the second half of its lifetime, paving the way for the successor programme due to start in 2021. You can download the attachment or follow the link below.
    Categories : EU Publications
    Authors : Daly, AnneMarie,Publications, European
  • (January 21, 2015)
    Open access can be defined as the practice of providing on-line access to scientific information that is free of charge to the end-user.
    Categories : EU Publications,Example Category,Fact Sheets
    Authors : 2020 Europe, Horizon,Henry, David
  • (September 1, 2017)
    Request Form to join the Management Committee of a COST Action
    Categories : Application Forms,COST
    Authors : Ireland, Enterprise
  • (January 21, 2015)
    Horizon 2020 reflects Europe’s commitment to finding answers to key societal challenges. Doing so effectively implies a close partnership between science and society, with both sides working together towards common goals.
    Categories : EU Publications,Example Category,Fact Sheets
    Authors : 2020 Europe, Horizon,Henry, David
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    • Health Research Board
    • Higher Education Authority
    • Irish Research Council
    •  Irish Universities Association
    • The Marine Institute
    • Science Foundation Ireland (SFI
    • The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland

    Horizon 2020 national support network led by Enterprise Ireland