Scientists should continue to apply for Horizon 2020 grants. Any projects that go on after the UK leaves the EU will be funded from national sources, the UK government says
This year’s Shanghai Ranking has just been published, with Cambridge and Oxford the only EU institutions in the top 10. The US continues to dominate as universities in China and Singapore make the top 100 for the first time
Multibillion-pound Hornsea Project Two will consist of 300 turbines and generate power for 1.6 million homes
Fifteen of the top 25 innovators in the world are in Europe, including the top three
EU makes open science the new norm and earmarks €11 million for research on migration. Free availability of data is a response to the post-factual age, Carlos Moedas tells the Euroscience conference in Manchester
Digitisation and effortless communications allows emerging economies to "create and market innovations at international level," says Bruno Lanvin, executive director of global indices at INSEAD and one of the authors of the Global Innovation Index report.
As the European Commission is just now beginning to draft its next big R&I effort, Framework Programme 9, Science|Business offers a unique opportunity to debate policy options for the future.
The EU’s Green Capital programme aims to bring back nature and make our cities sustainable. But green projects cost money. The EU needs to articulate the vision and improve incentives to attract private investment
A formal debate at Euroscience Open Forum in Manchester pitted pro- and anti-patent experts. You decide the outcome.
viewpoints How to grow a new ARM in Europe
Its imminent sale to Japanese technology giant Softbank is a good time to reflect on some of the reasons chip designer ARM Holdings became a global phenomenon, says Peter Williamson of Cambridge University’s Judge Business School
While Brexit has put hopes for the unified European patent on hold, a new US pilot exemplifies how a single efficient patenting system can be used to underpin and promote innovation
In this report, for presentation to the Commissioner at the annual Science|Business Horizon 2020 conference on 16 February 2016 in Brussels,...
This report elaborates on challenges and opportunities that three "Megatrends" - globalization, demographic change and technological change - represent for Europe’s...
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.
A Science|Business Network roundtable, by invitation only
Brussels - 20 September 2016
A Science|Business Network conference
Brussels - 12 October 2016
A Science|Business conference, supported by Huawei
Brussels - 18 October 2016
A by-invitation Science|Business event as part of a series of high-level roundtables around the EU on healthcare data and analytics
Paris - 08 November 2016
New strategies of making steel production more efficient have been discovered, thanks to research led by WMG at the University of Warwick on the role of oxidation during alloy additions
The 9th edition of the Global Innovation Index 2016 (GII) report highlights CERN as an example of successful, regional innovation initiatives