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The Research and Innovation (R&I) sector has been sacrificed in these budget negotiations, when it should have been the spearhead of an ambitious, future-oriented, knowledge-based plan for Europe. Science Europe now calls the European Parliament and the European Commission, as the protectors of European R&I, to continue taking a strong stand in favour of a larger budget for Horizon Europe
Lidia Borrell-Damián, Science Europe Secretary General, quoted in Times Higher Education expressing disappointment over the proposed Horizon Europe budget.
Marc Schiltz, the President of Science Europe, is quoted in Science Business saying that the new Horizon budget is lower than anyone had expected it to be: “We are hugely disappointed that the budget is not in any way commensurate to the challenges ahead,” said Schiltz.
Science Europe calls on research funding and performing organisations to continuously evaluate their research assessment processes to ensure that they are effective, efficient, fair, and transparent.
Research organisations urged to disclose their assessment practices and how they address bias.
Lidia Borrell-Damián, Science Europe Secretary General, quoted in Research Europe saying that a 20 per cent target would be “a good starting point”.
She was commenting, as part of an article on proposals for the European Research Area to include spending targets and a ‘Cern for climate change’
Science Europe calls for the European Commission’s recovery package in Horizon Europe to be extended beyond 2024