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EU proposes method for picking the winner of EMA contest
Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Barcelona among top contenders to replace London as home for European Medicines Agency, following new rules for the October decision
Imperial College tech commercialisation group rejects takeover bid from IP Group
Combination of the two would create £1.3 billion university technology investment company
Declaration calls for all clinical studies to be registered and the results published
Leading funders of clinical research around the world say they will require grant holders to register trials in advance and to publish data in full, regardless of whether the results are positive or not
No good outcome for science from Brexit
As the opening of Brexit negotiations is authorised by the EU Council, the UK’s leading research universities call for science to be a priority
The European Research Council: Scale us up!
The Scientific Council of the European Research Council (ERC), the EU’s body funding individual researchers in frontier research, has laid out its argument for a larger slice of EU funding. They use their 10-year track record to argue for a doubling in funds in the next Framework Programme
EU an ICT laggard in latest figures on the sector worldwide
The ICT sector has tripled in value-added in the last 20 years. There has been growth in Europe, with 5.7M jobs in 2014, but the EU is behind other economies
Bulgarian MEP picked to fill vacant EU digital job
Mariya Gabriel will become the new digital Commissioner if confirmed by the European Parliament
MEPs call to trigger Article 7 against Hungary in wake of university row
Hungary’s attempt to shut down Central European University and its crackdown on NGOs has undermined the rule of law, MEPs say
Open Sesame: Triumph for science diplomacy as synchrotron opens in Jordan
Exactly 20 years after it was proposed, the first shared world class scientific facility in the Middle East is about to get up and running
Experts call for ‘people before projects’ revamp of EU research programme
New report from influential group recommends ditching large-scale projects in favour of funding outstanding individual researchers, getting rid of submission deadlines and awarding smaller grants to make the pie go further
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Fraunhofer launches R&D project with Opole University of Technology in Poland

The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and the Opole University of Technology in Poland are launching a joint research and development project in automotive lightweight construction

Rainbow seed fund & University of Birmingham back promising technology spinout Linear Diagnostics

Spinout developing novel hand-held reader to help in the fight against antibiotic resistance

Finland's first 5G development environment opens to businesses in Oulu

The 5GTN test environment supports corporate product development. 5G benefits include e.g. high-speed and reliable connections, short delays, energy savings and connectivity.

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