It is ‘Europe’s man on the moon moment’, as Brussels unveils plan for climate neutrality by 2050. But the target is stirring tensions between richer member states in the west and the fossil fuel-dependent east
IMI’s EHDEN project dramatically demonstrated the power of using clinical data in research by replicating, during a five-day ‘study-a-thon’, the results of a systematic review covering 20 years of research, and a multi-year clinical trial.
Ahead of crunch talks this week, a growing chorus of leaders in Brussels is calling on member states to agree a spending plan that matches EU ambitions in science, digital technologies and greening the continent
Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, president of the European Research Council who became a forceful advocate for science in Brussels, tells researchers to stay scrappy. ‘There are more battles to fight,’ he says
France, Canada and others are pushing for some international ‘rules of the road’ for artificial intelligence. But differing cultures, industries and policies complicate efforts to develop a global approach, say international experts at a Science|Business conference