EU-collaborative projects at KI
Karolinska Institutet is one of Sweden's largest recipients of EU funds with 203 ongoing EU projects in 2022. Most of the projects are financed by the previous framework program for research, Horizon 2020 (H2020), and the current program Horizon Europe.
Of the 203 projects, close to 150 are so-called collaborative projects where KI, together with several other European and international organisations, contribute to the results of the projects. These projects are funded by various parts of the EU's research programmes.
Ten of the projects are coordinated by KI researchers. As coordinator, KI is given an opportunity to be noticed internationally and to a greater extent influence European issues around research and education at research level.
KI is Sweden's largest recipient of grants from H2020's and Horizon Europe's sub-programme for health, where KI had 76 active projects in 2022.
In 2022, KI also participated in 11 projects within Horizon Europe's European Innovation Council (EIC) and its counterpart in H2020. KI also participates in the Innovative Medicines Initiative, which is a joint venture of the European Commission and the pharmaceutical industry, as well as in other parts of the EU's research and innovation program, including those relating to infrastructure, nanoscience, and cybercrime.
Detailed information about the EU projects
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News in this area
Horizon Europe grants over SEK 100 million to KI researchers
Through the Horizon Europe programme, researchers at Karolinska Institutet have been granted large financial grants for approximately 20 different projects aimed at solving various societal challenges in health. One of the projects will explore the possibility of creating a common system for the reuse of already approved medicines to treat various diseases.
Major EU funding for the development of AI in healthcare
Researchers at KI have, in collaboration with other organisations, received a grant of over SEK 100 million from the European Commission's Digital Europe programme. The project, called TEF-Health, will promote the rapid introduction of new artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics solutions in healthcare.