Wales passes €50m milestone in flagship EU research and innovation programme
Welsh businesses and universities have secured more than €50m in funding from the EU’s largest research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020.
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- Wales passes €50m milestone in flagship EU research and innovation programme
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