Teaming incentives for strong performers unclear

18. Jul 2014

Article in Research Europe published quoting Klaus Schuch from ZSI

Horizon 2020’s teaming initiative, aimed at reducing R&D disparities between regions, may not provide enough incentives for “advanced” countries to create partnerships, an event has heard.

Read more about it in Science Europe from 17 July 2014.

The article is referencing Klaus Schuch, who is involved in the MIRRIS project supported by the EC under FP7 to mobilise institutional reforms in research and innovation systems in the European Cohesion countries in Central Europe, Malta and Cyprus.

Verwandte Artikel:

Tags: cohesion policy, European Research Area, research and innovation policy, research policy, widening

Leider ist dieser Inhalt in der ausgewählten Sprache nicht verfügbar.

INCO project news