The European Commission is proposing a big rise in research and innovation funding, to €80.2 billion for the 2014-2020 financial period, in an effort to harness innovation to produce more jobs and growth.
The research proposal is part of a broader EU budget plan agreed by the Commission – but is likely to be a contentious issue. It falls short of the nearly €100 billion sought by some research advocates in the European Parliament. But it comes...
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