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Horizon 2020 evaluation briefing

I undertook my first Horizon 2020 (H2020) evaluation recently. A few common themes emerged which I thought might be of interest to H2020 proposal writers. Also included is a summary of the evaluation process itself, providing background context. Charles Henderson, Project Director  … READ MORE >


February 2016 news update

  Welcome to our February 2016 news update Delivering impact for European research projects has been our main focus over the past few months. We have developed a community ‘resilience tool’ for TESS, written the impact chapter for a Horizon 2020 proposal and disseminated findings from our evaluator survey.… READ MORE >

Deadline imminent! Discover what Horizon 2020 evaluators expect from winning proposals

Q2: What are the key components that made the H2020 proposals you evaluated stand out? (views of three evaluators) … READ MORE >

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Insights into winning Horizon 2020 funding: exclusive access to research findings

Horizon 2020 (H2020) has a greater emphasis on research impact than previous EU funding streams such as FP6 and FP7. In 2014, 26,000 eligible proposals were submitted, of which 3,800 were above the threshold (16%), but only 1,400 grants were awarded. Although a third of an evaluation score is awarded for impact, it is widely understood that it can be the major distinguishing factor in a winning proposal. Climate Futures is undertaking a study to better understand the views of both H2020 applicants and evaluators on the subject of winning research impact:… READ MORE >

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From pure to applied environmental research – ENDS Report feature

This is a summary of a feature article written by Charles Henderson for the ENDS Report June 2015 Issue… READ MORE >