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Talks to get the UK to rejoin the EU’s £83billion Horizon Europe research funding programme could begin in just “weeks”, it has been reported.
Launched in 2021 as the successor to the Horizon 2020 programme, Horizon Europe is a seven-year initiative to provide funding for scientific research and innovation.
The programme, the biggest of its kind in the world, is intended to boost European science spending by 50 percent come 2027 and is open to applications from both within the EU and associated countries.
Back in late 2020, alongside signing the Trade and Cooperation Agreement, the UK and the EU reached an agreement in principle that the UK would associate with Horizon Europe after Brexit.
However, political hurdles have meant that this arrangement has become something of a sticking point between the UK and our neighbours across the English Channel.
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