The Research Infrastructures Working Group within the Italian Agency for the Promotion of European Research (APRE) issued the Recommendations for exploiting Research Infrastructures in Horizon Europe (HE), which aims at identifying key areas of intervention to propose specific measures for promoting the participation of the Research Infrastructures in all areas of the new Horizon Europe Programme.
The first section of the document is devoted to the EU Framework Programmes: on one side, Horizon Europe, and the opportunities it can offer to the Research Infrastructures. On the other, the analysis of the participation rate of the Research Infrastructures (taking the already established ERICs as a sample) in all Pillars of Horizon2020 Programme can represent a reliable benchmarking element.
Research Infrastructures have played a key role in Horizon 2020 for the consolidation of the European Research Area, this could continue promoting policy actions able to leverage their potential and impact.
In particular, the document addresses the relevance that Research Infrastructures have in implementing the Open Science and International Cooperation policies.
Among the authors of the document there is Mariangela Lupo member of the Coordination team of EPTRI.
To read the Recommendations click here.