How much funding India received in FP7 and H2020?

 

How much funding India received in FP7 and H2020?

Indigo Policy publishes a funding flow visualisation shedding light on the cooperation patterns in the framework of FP7 and H2020

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Indigo Policy publishes an interactive funding flow visualisation within the EC frameworks programmes - FP7 and H2020. The flow visualisation provides a general review on the Member States' partnering with India by thematic areas of cooperation.

As evidenced by these participation figures, India and the EU have become important research and innovation partners.

India participated in 181 FP7 projects and the European Commission's contribution received by Indian participants was about €35.8m during the FP7.

The participation of India in the 7th Framework Programme increased significantly when compared to previous frameworks. The number of India's participants rose to 142 in FP6 (2002-2006) and more than doubled in FP7 (2007-2013) which counted 305 participants.

The highest degree of cooperation is in the Health and Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy areas. Other active cooperation areas are Environment, Security and Social Sciences and Humanities.

By clicking on the different categories of the flow visualisation, you will be able to navigate easily in each section and check the participation of each country per thematic and per program.

FP7 Participations

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H2020 Participations

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For further information, please contact:

Teresa de Oliveira – Coordinator of Indigo Policy

deoliveira@zsi.at

This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological
development and demonstration.

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