Platform ‘is not accessible anymore as of today, due to a contractual dispute’, the Commission announced on 2 June. Start-ups are happy to see the complex submission process go – but question closing it five days before a call deadline
The Research Data Alliance has been working for ten years to build a global infrastructure allowing researchers and innovators to openly share data. Its director Hilary Hanahoe tells Science|Business about plans for the future in a rapidly changing world
The EU is lagging behind its international competitors in terms of the proportion of private sector R&D, according to a European Commission analysis carried out to set the scene for the strategic plan for the Horizon Europe research programme from 2025 – 2027.
As a body representing more than 50 of Europe’s leading science and technology universities, CESAER wants to see EU institutions and local and national governments provide better support to scientists in commercialising their research
Policymakers, companies and civil society on both sides of the Atlantic worry that in the absence of proper regulation, generative artificial intelligence will pose significant threats. The Commission is promoting a voluntary code of conduct to fill the legislative void
In the face of the challenges of the green and digital transition, the uncertainties caused by multiple crises and a rapidly changing geopolitical landscape, the capacity of research and innovation to shape a better future has never been more important
Universities want to reshape research assessment, giving less prominence to metrics such as citations and journal papers published and putting more focus on quality. But will the international rankings add their considerable heft and follow suit?
A lack of funding for high quality research is highlighted in a report looking at the importance of science and innovation in addressing future challenges and bolstering the EU’s place in a ‘new global order’
Governments are walking a thin line between naivete and protectionism in the fight against technology espionage and the theft of intellectual property. A recent edict in Sweden illustrates how this is threatening academic freedom
As the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) drafts an international accord on pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response, this report fleshes out a number of measures that could help the world prepare for the next pandemic.
In a first of a series of network events exploring what future non-European collaboration in Horizon could look like, this event gathered together international experts who have taken part in Horizon Europe or its predecessor, Horizon 2020. Read the report to see what they had to say.