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Five new H2020 projects to Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy

CFA receives close to DKK 20 million for five new Horizon 2020 projects. Four projects revolve around issues of responsibility and integrity in research. The fifth project is concerned with developing measures of intangible assets at the level of firms.

2018.08.06 | Ingrid Marie Fossum

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During spring 2018, the Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy (CFA) at the Department of Political Science submitted eight proposals to the EU Horizon 2020 research programme within the broad area of research and innovation policy. It was recently revealed that five of these proposals were successful. Almost 50 European partner organisations can be counted across the five awarded projects, which have a total budget of € 13.5 million, just above DKK 100 million. CFA plays a large role as coordinator or partner in all projects and receives close to DKK 20 million.

Four projects revolve around issues of responsibility and integrity in research. CFA coordinates the largest of these, the SOPs4RI project, which aims at developing guidelines and standard operating procedures that research organisations and funding organisation can use to promote integrity and counter research misconduct. The fifth project is concerned with developing measures of intangible assets at the level of firms.

For more information about the individual projects, please follow the links below or contact the project leaders:

For more info about Horizon 2020, please follow this link

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