On 25 July, the European Commission also adopted the updated work programme for 2017 of other parts of Horizon 2020.
For 2017, €8.5 billion will be available for R&I under Horizon 2020. The 2017 work programme introduces some important novelties. Most importantly, free online access to scientific data will henceforth become the norm for H2020 projects. Moreover, the 2017 work programme responds to the migration challenge in that it sets aside €11 million for research into this highly topical issue.
You can find the updated 2017 work programme here.
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