Europe has begun planning its next multiyear research initiative amid concern that negotiations with the UK over its exit from the European Union (EU) will disrupt plans for a follow-on to the Clean Sky 1 and 2 civil aeronautics research programs. The proposed Clean Sky 3, still to be defined, would be part of the next framework program, FP9, under which the EU provides funding for research and innovation. FP9 is to begin in 2021 and planning is getting underway within the European ...


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