Life Sciences
Bidding war for European Medicines Agency intensifies as Article 50 trigger looms
The competition among cities vying to replace London as home of the drug regulator is hotting up. A decision on the new location could be announced before June
Trump slays science budget
Whopping cuts unveiled in budget proposal undermine United States’ leadership in science and technology
US companies call for UK to maintain freedom of movement
They invested £487B in the UK in 2015. Now US multinationals are prepared to relocate operations and staff to stay within the single market. The message to the UK government is clear: a hard Brexit will jeopardise investment
How competitive is your region? Find out in the 2016 Regional Competitiveness Index
The third edition of the Regional Competitiveness Index compares 263 EU regions, providing useful insights for boosting economic and innovation performance.
‘Know-Nothing’ Trump cuts science funding – and opens a door for Europe
Budget cuts proposed in Washington ignore what we know about the value of science. To support science everywhere, join us April 22 on the streets, at Science March Brussels
Rocks and hard places: Romanian R&D needs EU help with funding dilemma
Changes to Horizon 2020 salary rules are compounding difficulties Romania faces in attracting and retaining researchers. The EU could help by speeding up amendments on how salaries are calculated, says Daniel David, Vice-Rector for R&D, Babeș-Bolyai University
Why optimism is in short supply following Theresa May’s Brexit speech
A Portuguese researcher who has worked in the UK for more than 15 years gives her reaction to the prime minister’s plan for a clean break from the EU
Innovation Intelligence
Experts debate the future of stem cells
Europe is currently a world leader in the fundamental science underpinning regenerative medicine and cell therapy, and in its therapeutic use and regulation. But how can Europe build on its leading position?
Unlocking the value of personalised healthcare in Europe
This new study shows ICT investments could cut healthcare costs for key ailments by more than 35%.
The promise of personalised healthcare in Europe
Science|Business and Sweden's Karolinska Institutet have conducted a survey of a wide range of stakeholders in personalised healthcare across four major EU-markets (Belgium, France, the Netherlands and the UK).

Innovation in Progress - Science|Business Network
Major research project provides new clues to schizophrenia
Researchers at Karolinska Institutet collaborating in the large-scale Karolinska Schizophrenia Project are taking an integrative approach to unravel the disease mechanisms of schizophrenia.
Aalto researcher: the proximity of manufacturing increases the rate of R&D efficiencies
The centralised operations model keeps most of the product’s added value in Finland. Usually, the price is the decisive factor when it comes to standard products.
KTH climbs overall in QS engineering and tech rankings
KTH continues to rise in the global subject ranking of engineering and technology.
Finland gets ready for SciFest 2017
SciFest is the prime Finnish festival that celebrates science, technology and the environment together with children and young people.
Horizon 2020 Special Coverage