Horizon Europe - Global Challenges & European Industrial Competitiveness pillar
Horizon Europe is open to everyone and has a broad range of focus areas, divided across 3 pillars: Excellent Science, Global Challenges and European Industrial Competitiveness, and Innovative Europe. Each pillar has a specific set of grants and tenders connected to it. This page provides a brief overview of the Horizon Europe – Global Challenges & European Industrial Competitiveness pillar.
The 7 clusters of Horizon Europe Global Challenges & European Industrial Competitiveness
“Boosting key technologies and solutions underpinning EU policies & Sustainable Development Goals”
- Health. Areas of intervention: health throughout the life course; Non-communicable and rare diseases; Tools, technologies and digital solutions for health and care, including personalised medicine; Environmental and social health determinants; Infectious diseases, including poverty-related and neglected disease; Health care systems.
- Culture, Creativity, and Inclusive Society. Areas of intervention: Democracy and Governance; Social and economic transformations; Culture, cultural heritage and creativity.
- Civil Security for society. Areas of intervention: Disaster-resilient societies; Protection and Security; Cybersecurity.
- Digital, Industry and Space. Areas of intervention: Manufacturing technologies; Advanced materials; Next generation internet; Circular industries; Space, including Earth Observation; Emerging enabling technologies; Key digital technologies, including quantum technologies; Artificial Intelligence and robotics; Advanced computing and Big Data Low-carbon and clean industry; Emerging enabling technologies.
- Climate, Energy and Mobility. Areas of intervention: Climate science and solutions; Energy systems and grids; Communities and cities; Industrial competitiveness in transport; Smart mobility; Energy supply; Buildings and industrial facilities in energy transition; Clean, safe and accessible transport and mobility; Energy storage.
- Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment. Areas of intervention: Environmental observation; Agriculture, forestry and rural areas; Circular systems; Food systems; Biodiversity and natural resources; Seas, oceans and inland waters (read more about Mission Starfish 2030 as a proposed mission under the healthy oceans, seas, coastal and inland waters); Bio-based innovation systems in the EU; Bioeconomy
- Joint Research Centre: Supporting policymakers, both European and national, with independent scientific evidence and support.
Further information: Global Challenges & European Industrial Competitiveness
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