IP Guide: Your Guide to Intellectual Property Management in Horizon Europe
This guide aims to spotlight critical aspects and novelties related to Intellectual Property (IP) management in the context of collaborative research and innovation projects funded under the European Union’s current Framework Programme for Research and Innovation “Horizon Europe” (2021-2027). It does not claim to be exhaustive. The IP rules of Horizon Europe are built to a large extent on the regulations established by the previous Framework Programme “Horizon 2020”.
Article: Introducing Horizon Europe
Horizon Europe is the European Union’s newest framework programme for research and innovation with a seven-year programme period from 2021 to 2027. As the main instrument for promoting science and technological development in Europe, it has a total budget of €95.5 billion, making it one of the world’s largest public funding programmes for research and innovation.
Article: What Is New? Central Novelties Related to Research Valorisation in Horizon Europe
The valorisation policy of the Europen Union (EU) illustrates the EU’s strategic focus on making research results work for society. Horizon Europe has introduced new measures and practices to facilitate collaboration and to maximise the impact of research and innovation in delivering on the EU’s strategic priorities.
Article: Introducing the Horizon Results Platform and Horizon Results Platform TV
The Horizon Results Platform (HRP) promotes EU Research & Innovation funded results and facilitates matchmaking between: beneficiaries of EU-funded Research & Innovation (R&I) Framework Programmes, looking to take their research solutions to the next level, and potential investors, partners or policy makers, looking for specific thematic R&I research results.