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Grants for research projects focussing on security with a civil application in fields such as transport, health, civil protection, energy and environment

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Grants for research projects focussing on security with a civil application in fields such as transport, health, civil protection, energy and environment

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This programme continues under Horizon 2020, Pillar 3 "Societal Challenges" for the period 2014-2020. Its programmes reflect the policy priorities of the Europe 2020 strategy, like "inclusive and secure societies".

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