Euratom Research and Training Programme Receives €300M For 2021-2022

The European Commission recently adopted the Euratom Work Programme 2021-2022, implementing the Euratom Research and Training Programme 2021-2025.

The Work Programme outlines the objectives and specific topic areas, which will receive €300 million in funding.

These investments will support fusion research, and help to foster progress in a wide range of areas, from further improving nuclear safety and radiation protection, to boosting non-power applications of nuclear technology.

The Work Programme contributes to the EU’s efforts to further develop technological leadership and promote excellence in nuclear research and innovation.

This year’s calls have a particular focus on the medical field, directly supporting the priorities of the EU’s Beating Cancer Action Plan and the SAMIRA Action Plan.

The 2021-2022 Euratom calls for proposals are published on the Commission’s Funding and Tenders Portal, followed by opening for applications on 7 July.

The Euratom Info Day on 16 July marks the occasion to provide general information on Horizon Europe as well as detailed presentations of the Euratom Research and Training Programme 2021-2022.

Read the Euratom Press Release.