All organizations concerned by research in the EU Member States can participate to the FP6. The candidate countries will be treated as the Member States. The FP6 associated countries like the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) et some other third countries are eligible and so they can obtain co-financing from the programme. The other third countries , the MED countries, the NIS countries are particularly concerned in the programme: International Cooperationâ€. Moreover, those countries can participate to the FP6 without receive any common fund.
Several instruments will serve the participation to different thematic and specific programmes. With the FP6 new instruments have been created to fund the projects:
European Research Council - Budget: 7.4 billion EUR (2007 - 2013)
Training and career development of researchers - Budget: 4,7 billion EUR (2007 - 2013)
Building the knowledge economy - Budget: 4.2 billion EUR (2007 - 2013)
Fifth Specific prgoramme dedicated to nuclear research- Budget: 2.7 billion EUR (2007 - 2013)
FP7 has some key differences to earlier EU research programmes, including:
Activites supported under FP7 are implemented through several types of action or categories of projects, called funding schemes.
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