The final budget and legal text for Horizon Europe is ready to be negotiated with the European Parliament, after research ministers agreed to cut all components apart from the Marie Curie researcher mobility scheme
In what is promised as one of many initiatives to reduce dependence on US and Chinese technology, the EU public-private partnership on high performance computing gets twice as much money and an extended brief
A report from the OECD on worldwide post-COVID green recovery finds Poland invests over 8 per cent of its total R&D budget on environmental technologies, a greater proportion than any other OECD country.
A new platform will bring together universities, industry and policymakers to find ways to promote and better regulate innovation, the European Commission announced at the EU Research and Innovation Days meeting
The scope of Horizon Europe research missions became clearer, as mission boards handed over their final recommendations at the EU Research and Innovation Days meeting. Next comes haggling over the budgets in time for the launch in 2021
Since COVID-19, EU leaders are pushing for greater independence from US and Chinese technology. Industry and researchers warn against closing Europe’s arms to the rest of the world. This special report decodes the debate
The Science|Business’ “Digital skills for industry” group brought together a unique group of stakeholders from industry, academia and policy. The group met twice, in January and June, in the course of 2020. This report is the summary of the discussions held during the events
The pandemic has hugely amplified the importance of measuring health outcomes – both in Europe and beyond. Which steps can health leaders take to embed this in the heart of post-COVID systems and policies? A new Science|Business guide explores the options.
The pandemic is causing huge disruption to the EU’s flagship research programme. Which steps can Europe take to help its R&D communities navigate through the crisis? A new Science|Business report explores the options