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European Parliament presidential election: where the candidates stand on research
During five years in office, Martin Schultz has turned the post of president into one of the most influential in the EU. With seven MEPs vying to replace him in the election today Science|Business assesses their attitudes to R&D
Antonio Tajani: My outlook for EU research
Presidential hopeful Antonio Tajani tells Science|Business where and how the EU should be spending its research cash in the coming years
A well-oiled R&D machine
The way companies and universities work together is changing. A look at Rolls-Royce illustrates the new model
Five science groups call on legislators to extend text and data mining rights
Copyright file making its way through European Parliament should be redrafted to include a broader set of exceptions for R&D, science funding and research bodies say
Cross-border cooperation in R&D on the rise, speeding growth of Science|Business Network
Brexit, healthcare management, EU R&D planning and other hot-button topics drive expansion of Brussels-based innovation network to more than 50 members from 17 countries
EU governments slash Horizon 2020 top-up in half
Incoming budget head Günther Oettinger says the research programme will receive an extra €200M – and not €400M as proposed. Top universities say this is “peanuts” next to the €2.2B taken from Horizon 2020 to fund the Juncker Plan
Ties that bind: Brexit to deliver challenges and opportunities for Irish universities
The UK’s exit from the EU may have bigger consequences for Ireland’s universities than counterparts in mainland Europe. Patrick Prendergast, head of Trinity College Dublin, spells out his concerns
Austrian FP9 Think Tank: Focus the money on key priorities
Austrian R&I leaders offer some early principles for designing the next Framework programme.
National Research Council of Italy (CNR): An innovation focus
In mapping the current political landscape, CNR offer projections on possible future orientations of the next Framework policy, suggesting innovation may come out on top.
European Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities (EASSH): Better research requires the social sciences and humanities
EASSH argue for a pivot towards a more open, interdisciplinary and extended research agenda in the design of the next Framework Programme.
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In October 2016, the Science|Network of universities, companies and innovation organisations gathered in Brussels to debate the future of EU R&D programmes. The result: A profusion of ideas, recommendations and warnings for the future of EU research and innovation.
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