Research directorate will see 15% of staff move over to executive agencies, as part of a broader effort to help member states reform and strengthen their research and innovation systems, and to revamp the European Research Area
Power systems will have to change if we are to achieve the goals set out by the European Green Deal. But while innovation is a much-needed step to reach carbon neutrality, the right approach in the digitalisation strategy must be adopted with a central figure and a watchword in mind: end-users and interoperability
The Horizon Europe start, a new international research strategy, EU Presidency plans, epidemic preparedness and more from 3 commissioners, 2 ministers, and many others... all in our Feb 22-23 conference tapes
COVID-19 has brought science to the forefront of policymaking around the world, and science advisers have become minor celebrities. Now, the public demands the experts are consulted, says Canada’s chief science adviser
Association agreements will have broad provisions that are the same for all countries, but the process of concluding them is slow because each agreement needs to reflect differing political and economic relationships
To boost infectious disease research post-pandemic, Europe should emulate the Crick’s dual approach of running basic research in parallel with translating discoveries to treatments, saysNobel prize winner Michael Houghton
As the US rejoins the Paris agreement, Ernest J. Moniz, former US energy secretary, urges bigger budgets, broader ambitions for climate technologies. ‘We need to know which of these dogs can hunt by 2030’
Oceans have enormous capacity to supply the earth with clean, renewable energy. Are we ready to harness this potential at global level, and what will be required to do so? A new Science|Business report explores the options.