We advocate that 25 to 30 per cent of the Horizon Europe budget should be dedicated to biomedical and health-related research. This would ensure a coherent and competitive research landscape, capable of generating benefits for individuals and economies. The Commission’s own assessment found that Horizon 2020 lacked the funding to meet its goals. This underfunding has proved a challenge for policymakers and researchers, with low success rates for applicants making it more difficult to attract high-quality proposals.  

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