The pandemic has both spurred on and demonstrated the value of open science, but has also exposed gaps in science policy. Now is a good time for reform, says OECD
Estimates indicate OECD’s 37 member countries intend to invest €312 billion in green technologies, as a route to economic revival. Experts are calling for more clarity on how this money will be spent
The Global AI Partnership, a body set up to develop a global approach to governance of the technology, gets underway with opening of hubs in Paris and Montréal and recruitment of a pioneer of the field
The current crisis is a testing ground for artificial intelligence, but an expert panel says a lack of quality data and official reticence is holding back the development of practical tools
OECD survey shows countries that were hardest hit by the 2008 crisis fear the global recession following in the pandemic’s wake will stifle R&D budgets and spark a new brain drain
After ‘thoughtful’ initial response, science funders worry about longer term impact of mobility restrictions on international cooperation
The unique forum convening public and private sector leaders for networking, intelligence and debates on research and innovation.
These updates are republished press releases and communications from members of the Science|Business Network
Receive our news bulletin each Tuesday & Thursday and news about bridging Europe’s east-west innovation gap twice a month in The Widening.
Sign up for the Bulletin
Sign up for The Widening
Read all Horizon papers
Read our expanding news coverage of climate technologies and policies here.
LATEST: Research rEVALution