The European Union has created a website for their science, research and development service, which has three goals: facilitation of European research, enhanced use of research results--especially in areas "crucial to Europe's competitiveness", and spreading knowledge to foster the acceptance of new technology. Visitors interested in funding for their won research should definitely check out the "Funding" tab near the top of the homepage, which provides help to researchers on how best to get funding from the EU for their research projects, including helpful topics such as "Supporting Your Ideas", "Combining Different Options", "Understanding the Roles of Authorities", and "Checklist for Funding". For an explanation of co-financing, complementary financing and double financing, visitors must take a look at the "Combining Different Options" link. Those persons curious to read some success stories of EU funding should click on the "Results" link to see how nanotechnology, exercise, and computer gaming have all been involved in EU-funded research to improve people's lives.


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