Rather than creating a new single regulator, existing oversight bodies will tailor the rules to suit specific sectors. Five guiding principles will be applied to ensure safe and appropriate implementation of the technology
Across the globe, the number of early-stage trials of new COVID-19 vaccine candidates has slowly started to taper off, according to a report by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Already overdue, the new pharmaceutical strategy will not be published tomorrow as promised. The Commission says the proposal will arrive ‘slightly later’, as tensions fly high over how to incentivise industrial R&D
A year ago, the National Science Foundation set out to promote translation of the basic research it funds, forming its first new directorate in 30 years to do so. On the first anniversary, Science|Business assesses progress
Spanish research is on the up, coming second in the value of grants won from Horizon Europe to date. Now a new scheme aims to build on these foundations, promoting capacity building and helping to explore new ideas
Researchers in Ukraine are still struggling to access basic necessities such as electricity and internet connections needed to do their work, while many researchers forced to leave the country have not found suitable jobs
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.
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