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The Science|Business news service reaches key members of Europe’s research and innovation community. We provide expert knowledge, latest intelligence, and the inside track to research and innovation developments in Brussels and beyond. Our editors include former editors of Nature, New Scientist, Business Week and The Wall Street Journal.

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Science|Business is dedicated to helping Europe innovate. Since 2004, Science|Business has reached a targeted and loyal audience of key decision-makers in the worlds of research, industry and policy. Science|Business provides key R&I stakeholders with insights into sector-specific innovation policies (e.g. ICT, energy, healthcare, trasnport) and horizontal initiatives (e.g. EU-funded programmes, unitary patent, trans-atlantic


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