Live from the European Parliament: From Lab to Market

A Webcast conference on Horizon 2020 - and how the EU can advance innovation

Date: 12 November 2013 Time: 17:00 CET

On the eve of the new R&I programme's launch, Science|Business organises a conference at the European Parliament gathering key MEPs to review strengths and weaknesses of the final Horizon 2020 package and discuss what needs to be done next.

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The first annual Science|Business lecture

Maria da Graça Carvalho

* Christian Ehler
* James Elles
* Andrew Duff
* Waldemar Kütt
Deputy Head of Cabinet of Commissioner Geoghegan-Quinn

Hermann Hauser FRS
Partner, Amadeus Capital Partners

* Richard L. Hudson
CEO & Editor, Science|Business