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Funding to encourage increased participation in EU health research (HELSE-EU)

The primary objective of the HELSE-EU scheme is to encourage Norwegian health researchers to participate in Horizon 2020.

This is to be achieved by promoting better collaboration between leading research actors within thematic areas defined to be of particular strategic importance. Collaboration must encompass actors across institutions, research groups, disciplines, subject areas and/or sectors. The collaboration may include pre-projects, pilot projects or demo projects where the results provide the basis for a larger Horizon 2020-funded project. Sharing best practice, exchanging knowledge and developing alliances will better enable Norwegian health research groups to win Horizon 2020 funding. Collaboration allows the partners to expand their expertise and better equips them to compete successfully under Horizon 2020. Collaboration within one of the strategic thematic areas must lead to submission of one or more proposals for health research projects under Horizon 2020.

In addition, the HELSE-EU scheme provides funding incentives for participants whose proposals for EU health research projects have been placed on the reserve list. Funding may be used to revise the project proposal for resubmission or to submit an entirely new project proposal to Horizon 2020. Proposals on the reserve list are of very high quality and have not received funding due to budget constraints. HELSE-EU funding is to be used in the preparation of one or more project proposals on health topics to be submitted to Horizon 2020.

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