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Strategic autonomy: A guide for the perplexed

Efforts to boost European science and technology have taken on a new, geopolitical tone. What are these new policies? How do they affect global R&D? And will they help or hinder progress in Europe – and beyond?

A special Science|Business news report, with guest opinions, explains it all – for companies, universities, and other research organisations across the globe

07 Feb 2023
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Research assessment reform: From rhetoric to reality

After years of debate, research assessment reform has become an urgent priority for policy makers and science organisations alike, both in Europe and beyond. But what are the most effective ways forward? How can all key stakeholders contribute to shaping a new system?

Sponsored by Elsevier.

09 Jan 2023

The future of data-driven healthcare

Innovative collection and use of health data will play a vital role in Europe’s future approach to medicines evaluation and regulation. This report explores what the EU can learn from Denmark, one of the world’s leaders in health data systems and strategies.

Sponsored by the Science|Business Future-Proofing Medicines initiative

27 Sep 2022

The conduct of science in times of war

The invasion of Ukraine has prompted a wave of measures to isolate Russia’s scientific establishment. As geopolitical tensions mount, we must seek global agreement on how researchers can continue to operate, without aiding an aggressor or hampering science.

A Science|Business discussion paper

07 Sep 2022

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