Select Committee on European Scrutiny Seventh Report


ANNEX I: MAXIMUM OVERALL AMOUNT, RESPECTIVE SHARES AND INDICATIVE BREAKDOWN

Indicative breakdown
Million Euros
INTEGRATING RESEARCH[66] [67]
12,055
Genomics and biotechnology for health
2,000
Information society technologies
3,600
Nanotechnologies, intelligent materials, new production processes
1,300
Aeronautics and space
1,000
Food safety and health risks
600
Sustainable development and global change
1,700
Citizens and governance in the European knowledge-based society
225
Specific activities covering a wider field of research
1,630
Anticipating the EU's scientific and technological needs[68]
880
Specific research activities for SMEs
450
Specific international co-operation activities
300
STRENGTHENING THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE EUROPEAN RESEARCH AREA
450
Support for the co-ordination of activities
400
Support for the coherent development of policies
50
Total
12,505[69]




66  The aim is to allocate at least 15% of the financial resources assigned to this heading to SMEs. Back

67  Including 600 million euros in total for international co-operation activities. Back

68  Including 715 million euros for JRC activities. Back

69  To which should be added the 1,230 million euros under the Euratom Framework Programme, broken down indicatively as follows: Treatment and storage of nuclear waste 150 million euros; controlled thermonuclear fusion 700 million euros (of which 200 million euros is foreseen for participation in the ITER project); other activities 50 million euros; and JRC activities 330 million euros (of which 110 million euros are for the treatment and storage of waste). Back


 
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