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Special issue of the journal Echo 1/2024

22/01/2024

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The  topic of this special issue of the journal is an analysis of the Czech Republic's participation in the first third of the Horizon Europe programme. The content of the analysis, compiled from selected and updated analytical blogs published on the HE website over the past two years, focuses mainly on some temporal trends or specific characteristics of the Czech Republic's participation in this FP. Several analytical outputs present the Czech participation in Horizon Europe in the context of other European or national programmes supporting research, development and innovation. 

The published text below is a summary of the main findings of the analysis, which the authors consider important.

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