Influential Members of the European Parliament want a reimbursement model for Horizon 2020 that is more in line with the current Framework Programme 7 (FP7), decrying the European Commission’s proposal for one flat rate, as an “oversimplification,” which would favour industry over universities and discourage mixed research and innovation projects.
The Commission is proposing to replace FP7’s many reimbursement rates with two flat rates, one for research and one for innovative, close to market, activities, regardless of...
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