• The UK joins a world-class European supercomputing eco-system and unlocks an enhanced share of the Horizon funded portion, worth £770 million from 2021-2027
  • EuroHPC brings together supercomputing resources from across 35 countries, boasting eight supercomputers based in every corner of the continent, from Portugal to Finland
  • UK scientists can use the facilities to power the discovery of new drugs, targeted medical therapies and advances in clean energy
  • Membership means UK’s brightest minds can now work in partnership with European colleagues, and access EuroHPC Horizon Europe-funded projects.

British researchers, businesses and academics will have enhanced access to future supercomputer research funding from today (Monday 13 May) as the UK joins the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC). The move will boost the UK’s already world-leading supercomputing research community, to power the discovery of new drugs, harness the full potential of AI and more. 

UK joins European super-computing scheme as world-class British researchers now able to bid for funding – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)