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BBI JU Stakeholder Forum 2019
As the media partner of the 2019 BBI JU annual conference, Science|Business carried out an extensive outreach communication campaign (including advertising banners on the Science|Business website and in the newsletter, social media communications, and sponsored editorial) to promote both the conference and BBI JU's aims, priorities, and achievements. Moderating and rapporteuring services were also commissioned. Science|Business produced a report providing highlights from this conference to be published on www.sciencebusiness.net
In partnership with Sanofi, Science|Business carried out this forward-looking health policy project, which included a high-level roundtable, recommendation collection and reporting, and a public launch of the final report. The project started with the organisation, in January 2019, of a half-day private roundtable that brought together carefully selected EU policy makers, industry executives, regional stakeholders and academic experts. The participants evaluated the current state of play and suggested a set of recommendations towards a coherent EU innovation strategy for health in the years to come. A set of 10 recommendations were presented during the Science|Business Framework conference in September 2019 to an audience of 300+ participants and about 3,000 online followers.
January - September 2019
In a partnership with COCIR, Science|Business carried out a year-long initiative of interviews and surveys across the EU on the topic of technology in breast cancer care. Data was gathered from over 100 stakeholders ranging from patients to doctors and researchers. Science|Business then produced and designed a report summarising the finding of the survey, which were discussed during a high-level panel during the 2019 Science|Business Framework conference in September 2019. In parallel, the report was promoted through all Science|Business online chaneels and targeted mailings.
April 2018 - September 2019
In a partnership with DG CONNECT, European Commission, Science|Business organised this high-level roundtable focused on a matter of rising importance on the EU agenda: creative and cultural industries. The event brought together technology companies, broadcasters, publishers, researchers, and governments to discuss new finance and business models, the role of CCI in Horizon Europe, and to improve collaboration between various relevant parties in the future. Rapporteuring of the discussions was also commissioned and the resulting summary of the event can be found here - 'Make sure that open standards prevail,' says inventor of MP3 audio.
Human and Artificial Intelligence, a mapping report
Commissioned by Toyota, this mapping research report features 20 of the top researchers, 15 of the top research institutions, and 15 of the top SMEs currently working in the area of interactions between human and artificial intelligence. The report, delivered confidentially to Toyota, provides a snapshot of who matters the most in Europe in this field. It includes a presentation of each researcher, research institution and SMEs, and the reason why they could matter to Toyota Motors Europe.