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The European Commission has published the results of the first 23 calls in the Framework Programme Horizon Europe.

Horizon Europe is a new innovative programme launched last year to support research and innovation that aims to support fight climate change, help reach the UN sustainable development goals and simulate EU competition. The budget for 2021-2027 is over EUR 95 billion.

11 out of 86 proposals recommended for funding in the first Horizon Europe calls were carried out by the Polish research institutions which constitutes 12.79% of the total number of funded projects. The total value of projects is EUR 5.11 million which places Poland in thirteenth position among the beneficiaries from the EU (first among the “new EU states” and thirteenth in the EU).

Having received EUR 688 thousand, the National Science Centre is the second Polish research institution in terms of funding. The leader (the National Center for Research and Development) has been allocated almost EUR 2.3 million so far.

The results are now available in the form of interactive statistics.