CEOs sign letter saying problem solved, after raising concerns about proposed changes to how European Institute of Innovation and Technology clusters operate
A new Science|Business report analyses the principles and strategies that lie at the heart of one of the world’s most productive tech transfer offices, Leuven Research and Development
Alexander von Gabain, the new innovation leader at Karolinska Institutet, pushes the famed medical school to bring more companies, entrepreneurs and investment on campus
The world has all the technology it needs to completely switch to renewable energy, but adoption remains slow, said delegates at a Science|Business conference in Barcelona
The company claims it is the first in the world to have developed an anti-corrosion and wear-resistant coating based on silicon carbide, one of the world´s hardest compounds. It beat three other finalists in the 7th annual ACES competition today in Barcelona
A new high-tech camera helps neurosurgeons to distinguish more accurately between cancer cells and brain tissue. The technology, which is now being tested by Spanish neurosurgeons, has been developed by a consortium of European universities and it was funded by the EU’s 7th Framework Programme.
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As climate talks convene in Paris, research stands ready to make a greater contribution to addressing this challenge, says Luke Georghiou. However, it must be properly integrated into a broader approach, he tells the Science|Business Annual Summit in Barcelona
As the first World Antibiotics Awareness week has highlighted, the traditional business model for antibiotics is broken. Incentives are required to promote development of new products, says Luke Moore. What about a lump sum payment?
Four of the seven members of the Commission’s new science advice panel talk to Science|Business about bridging the science-policy divide and avoiding the Brussels bear traps
The fact that original research cannot be replicated does not point to fraud, but it does waste resources and slow scientific progress, says Jim Smith of the UK Medical Research Council. He shares his ideas for tackling the problem with Science|Business
Leading research universities around the world are becoming powerful engines of innovation. The most successful institutions generate tens or even hundreds...
This report explores the effectiveness of Finland’s high-growth entrepreneurship policy: whether or not this policy has helped mitigate money and skills gaps in the Finnish entrepreneurial ecosystem, thereby helping new firms grow.
report Picking up where the banks left off: Can IP help small companies grow, and Europe’s economy revive?
In this report, we look at the big picture of IP management across the globe – and offer some case studies...
This study offers an overview of the leading life sciences innovation hubs across Europe – some of which are also world...
For the tenth year, on 3 and 4 December 2015, Premier Cercle™ will gather 100+ IP high-level speakers and 500+ delegates from corporate, private, institutional and academia worlds at the Pan-European Intellectual Property Summit (IP Summit Berlin)
Berlin, Germany - 03 December 2015
Igniting conversations about science.
International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa - 08 December 2015
event Big data in healthcare
How will big and better data help healthcare delivery and patient outcomes?
Brussels - 26 January 2016
Aalto has succeeded exceedingly well in obtaining funding from the EU framework programme
Representatives from 21 of Europe's leading research universities met at Imperial on Friday and Saturday.
CERN’s Knowledge Transfer Group has just launched a new tool to encourage CERN researchers and businesses to share their technologies, ideas and expertise.