In General

The document provides the key elements of the Brussels participation since the beginning  of Horizon 2020 in January 2014.

In a nutshell, NCP Brussels highlights the following:

Since the start of the Research and Innovation (R&I) programme in January 2014, the Brussels-Capital Region (BCR) obtained :

– The financing of 1.745 projects coming from 615 Brussels beneficiaries (=45% of Belgian beneficiaries)
– A total financing amount of 889,9 million €, which corresponds to 38% of the total amount granted to Belgium, while the BCR represents 14% of the gross R&D expenses of Belgium
– The average success rate of project proposals involving Brussels organisations is 20%, compared to 17% at Belgian level and 12% at the level of the whole programme
– The average amount of financing amount granted to Brussels beneficiaries is 369.563 €, an amount slightly lower than the Belgian average (413.445 €)

The full report is available HERE

 

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