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The European Parliament is seeking to ensure all 11 Horizon Europe research partnerships are more open and less bureaucratic than their predecessors.

Setting down the markers, MEPs have agreed a joint position on the first partnership of the bunch, the EuroHPC €8 billion high-performance computing collaboration project, calling for greater openness and simpler management and more balance between small and large partners, paving the way for 11 other big research partnerships in Horizon Europe.

In the past, these ‘joint undertakings’ between the Commission, governments and industry have been criticised for making it difficult for smaller players to take part among the industry giants and giving industry too much say in EU research programming. MEPs are now seeking to get the balance right, as their decisions on the partnerships this year will set the tone for the next seven years, writes Science Business.

Read the next steps here.

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