The European Commission wants to cut the number of industrial R&D partnerships from 120 now, to fewer than 50 in the next research programme, Horizon Europe. At a roundtable organised by Science|Business experts discussed how to ensure this increases impact without losing focus
Citizens everywhere must be directly involved in formulating the moonshot missions in Horizon Europe, says European Commission special adviser. The way schoolchildren have pushed the climate emergency to the top of the political agenda shows the appetite for involvement is there
As incoming MEPs convened for the first time, political groups announced who they’ll be sending to the parliament’s committee for industry, research and energy. Science|Business canvassed new members’ views on the upcoming R&D programme, Horizon Europe
Chris Skidmore says joining the EU’s €94.1B research programme after Brexit remains a priority, but admits in some areas UK may need to “fill the gaps”. Scientists, meanwhile, fear that EU election results make crashing-out more likely
Autonomous vehicles, 6G mobile and an expansion of the Innovative Medicines Initiative to take in medical devices, diagnostics, vaccines and biopharmaceuticals are on the list of public-private partnerships. Six existing partnerships march on, with fresh objectives
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