Sweden has banned Chinese vendor Huawei from its network, but Hungary has not. With networks so entwined, such discrepancies could imperil the whole single market. European legislation may be required to prevent this
Relief is on the way, with up to €200M per year extra for R&D funding from 2024. But before that there is a risk budgets will fall in 2023, the University of Helsinki vice-rector tells Science|Business
Deep tech is one of the hottest topics in R&D today, with many believing it could play a critical role in solving a range of global problems, and in driving Europe’s green and digital transitions. In a new Science|Business mini-series of three podcasts, created in partnership with the INESC Brussels Hub, we explore why, and how leading scientific organisations are so keen to harness deep tech’s vast potential.
IHI is looking for people who want to represent the scientific and healthcare communities in its Science and Innovation Panel. The panel will play a significant role in setting priorities and designing calls for proposals.
Europeans are amongst the most distrustful in the world of artificial intelligence companies, according to a survey that reveals a split between the rich and developing world over the technology.
Citizens from economically developing countries like China and India are “significantly more likely” than those from the wealthier world to be positive about the future impact of AI, to trust AI companies and to believe they understand the technology.
The EMA has also announced a plan to expedite study set-up on the back of the Clinical Trials Regulation, coming into force at the end of this month. But beneath the rhetoric of Brexit deregulation, the UK does not want to diverge from international peers
It’s currently shut out of international research in Horizon Europe, but Switzerland is now a member of the €1.9B project to build the world’s largest telescope, becoming the first non-founder country to join the club
New government aims to make the country a leader in quantum computing, following inauguration at the Jülich Supercomputing Centre of the world’s most powerful quantum machine, developed by Canada’s D-Wave Systems
Economy minister says the ‘planets are aligned’ to ease EU dependence on imports from China. But meagre R&D investment and a lack of raw materials could hold back France’s ambitious industrial agenda for its Council presidency
A report commissioned by the ITRE committee says small companies should tap EU funds to develop new products and services, strengthening Europe’s space industry and reinforcing its global competitiveness