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EU health policy taking shape post-COVID-19

The EU came up short in running any pan-European clinical trials to advance the development of COVID-19 vaccines and therapies. It is now trying to fix the problem and be better prepared for future health emergencies

08 Dec 2022

EU gears up for ‘ambitious’ budget review in 2023

Additional ‘flexibility’ is needed in the multiannual budget to allow the EU to make targeted investments in new energy and defence technologies. There is a suggestion funding could be diverted from agriculture and cohesion and towards such ‘strategic autonomy’ projects

11 Oct 2022

More Horizon Europe draft work programmes leak online

Science|Business is posting new unapproved draft work programmes, one on climate and energy, the other on food, agriculture and environment-related research. They give researchers an early view of what calls for projects to expect in 2023 and 2024

04 Oct 2022

Fight begins over 2023 research budget

As the European Parliament begins internal talks on next year’s budget, some MEPs warn they might lose again in the battle with member states on using unspent research money

03 Feb 2022

Keeping up with the Cloud

New Science|Business paper on how Europe can meet fast rising scientific demand for data storage and processing calls for a long-term strategy

10 Dec 2018

COP27: fractured world threatens green transition

Decarbonising the economy will involve vast technology transfers and cross-border R&D. But with Russia a pariah, and US-China relations frosty, there are worries that politics could slow the diffusion of green technology

17 Nov 2022

More Horizon Europe draft work programmes leak online

Science|Business is posting new unapproved draft work programmes, one on climate and energy, the other on food, agriculture and environment-related research. They give researchers an early view of what calls for projects to expect in 2023 and 2024

04 Oct 2022