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The European Union is pushing its researchers to collaborate with their most distant colleagues

Collaboration with international partners is a basic requirement for ambitious modern researchers, a driver of papers, prestige and funding. Those working in Australia and New Zealand, then, have a big reason to look enviously at their European Union colleagues with their unfettered access to the EU’s massive, collaboration-boosting R&D Framework Programmes.

But for the latest such scheme—the seven-year, €95.5 billion Horizon Europe programme that launched in 2021—Europe’s research leaders are keen to encourage links between academics separated by thousands of miles.

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