Not Quite

Horizon 2020 — the European Union's proposed research funding program beginning in 2014 — is expected to bring EU researchers a funding boost, says ScienceInsider's Gretchen Vogel. But those researchers shouldn't count their chickens just yet, says Christopher Hull, secretary general of the European Association of Research and Technology Organisations.

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