EIT Food will host the 5th edition of the EIT Food Annual Event “Transforming Food Systems” on 27-28 June 2023 in Riga, Latvia. The event is an exceptional opportunity for individuals and organizations interested in the future of food systems to learn, connect, and amplify their impact.
As negotiations on the EU plan to promote industrial data sharing continue, universities point to missed potential, while industry calls for a timeout. ‘We seem to be hurtling through the legislative process like a runaway train,’ says one lobby group
Research commissioner given unpaid leave from Brussels after she was nominated to be Bulgaria’s next prime minister. Research lobbyists say the timing is ‘particularly unfortunate’ as work begins to shape the next decade of R&I policy
Science expat networks in eastern Europe aim to turn brain drain into brain circulation, support mobility and narrow the gap between Widening countries and western Europe. But intermittent funding threatens the future of these grassroots initiatives
The ERC has clarified plans for a more inclusive process for assessing grant applications from 2024, with evaluators giving more weight to project proposals than the bare metrics of a scientist’s career. Researchers tell Science|Business they support the change
To boost capacity in China monitoring, the Commission is funding three Horizon Europe projects to support and connect EU-based China scholars. ‘We have to get our own feed’ of information independent of US, says one
Elon Musk may have gone off the idea of building an ultra-high-speed transport system, but Europe still believes. With testing infrastructure under construction and an EU regulatory framework on the cards, the ground is being prepared for the first pilot projects