Decision to postpone is ‘organisational’ but could be read as a signal to member states and national research ministers to agree on the final details of the research programme before the next EU budget comes into force
Research funders around the world this spring rushed out an unprecedented number of calls for COVID-19 studies – and nearly half remain open for scientists seeking to further expand our understanding of the novel infection.
New head of the European Defence Agency, Jiří Šedivý, took up the post in the midst of crisis. In a Q&A with Science|Business, he says the pandemic makes cooperation in defence research even more important
With the EU’s revised budget proposal due on Wednesday, new European Defence Agency head Jiří Šedivý says the best response to shrinking national budgets for defence research is to engage in more cost-effective collaborations at EU level
In February 2020, scientists, clinicians, patients and industry representatives met in Stockholm to discuss how governments, education systems, and new technologies can help treat and prevent mental health problems. The roundtable was the latest in the Science|Business Healthy Measures series.
As the globalisation of research proceeds apace, the nascent European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) will need to be connected with similar initiatives elsewhere in the world. This paper explores how open science is developing around the world and the ramifications for EOSC and research in Europe.