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      If you have any questions about European research funding, we will be happy to advise you. You can reach us via e-mail and telephone (see contact block).
      Information on current topics concerning the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation can be found in the News section. Our event listings - both those organised by ZEUSS and external ones - are updated on an ongoing basis.


      The European Commission's public consultation aims to assess the past, present and future of the European Framework Programmes for Research and Innovation.

      Based on the positions of stakeholders from science, business and politics as well as other interested actors, the following insights into European research and innovation policy aim to be gained:

      • Final evaluation of Horizon 2020: Relevance and success in comparison to the objectives set
      • Interim evaluation of Horizon Europe: design and implementation of the programme and experiences to date
      • Strategic Plan 2025 - 2027: Societal Challenges and Future Themes and priorities
      • Results and messages for the future

      The consultation is conducted through a questionnaire that takes about 35 minutes to complete. An EU login is required for this. The consultation period is 12 weeks and ends on 23 February 2023. The results are expected to be published in the second quarter of 2023.

      Further information from the European Commission


      Source: EU Office of the BMBF
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      Information on the impact of the Ukraine crisis on EU research funding and support options for researchers who have fled Ukraine can be found here.



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