Brazilian Participation in the H2020

In the 9th Joint Steering Committee Meeting of the Bilateral Cooperation Agreement on Science and Technology between Brazil and the European Union, both sides agreed to continue to join forces to tackle global challenges, increase the impact of research and promote new breakthroughs in the following key areas:

  • Agriculture and Sustainable Food

  • Information and Communications Technologies

  • Oceans

  • Water Resources

  • Aviation

  • Science with and for Society

  • Energy

  • Innovation and Startups

  • Smart Specialization

  • Sustainable Urbanization

  • Health

  • Cooperation with the Joint Research Centre

  • Mobility/Support to international research involving students and scholars

Considering Social Sciences and fields related to, the historical of Brazilian participation as up to now is:

28 Consortia with 31 Brazilian partners, € 49,2 Million of Grants to all the participants and € 1,9 Million of Grants to Brazilian partners

28 Consortia with 31 Brazilian partners, € 49,2 Million of Grants to all the participants and € 1,9 Million of Grants to Brazilian partners