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EU representatives have begun planning the bloc’s next research and innovation programme, which is scheduled to start in 2028. Austria’s science ministry said an ad hoc taskforce of the EU’s European Research Area and Innovation Committee “dedicated to elaborating early advice” on the programme met for the first time in February, agreeing “on an ambitious agenda for the coming months”. It will work with a high-level expert group, to be set up in the near future, to advise the Commission on the programme. Its findings are expected to be published next year.
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