New world order: Science, technology & trade

The world is changing fast. Will technology trade barriers rise? Will relations among Europe, the US, China, Russia and other powers be upended? Will research priorities change – for climate, energy, health, defence? All of these questions will force new strategies for companies, universities and governments around the world

The annual Science|Business Network conference focused on how international relations in science, technology and trade could be transformed – and how these changes will, in turn, affect the EU’s next flagship R&D effort, Framework Programme 9.

 

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Report of the Science|Business Framework Programme Working Group

report Why fund research?

The European Union is drafting its next 7-year budget plan. How much should go to research and innovation?

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The Commission’s cloud project could draw on Europe’s strengths in science to improve overall competitiveness – and change the way science...

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